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    Quote Originally Posted by homenalto View Post
    Washing your face more than twice a day isn't going to harm your skin as long as you don't use any strong soap that can cause damage. Some people, me for one often lead a very active life, workouts, athletics in the old days, getting ready for work or school, etc. None of the soaps I used damaged my skin. You should wash it when it becomes oily for the oil clogs your pores and causes the acne infections. I found a soap that is incredible and I mentioned it previously.
    Am I correct in believing this product is available on a USA horse supply site??? What clinical studies have been undertaken to approve its use on the delicate facial skin?

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    Hi, Fantastic Anti aging cream supplying you with a youthful radiance naturally.Make your skin appear as if an adolescent with this terribly outstanding anti-aging answer that you simply will use.If you have got any questions on anti aging cream, be at liberty to request from me and that i can do my best to answer them timely! you enjoy

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    paula, have your checked out this site. some products for horses are used by humans all the time. there is a shampoo for horses tails that people use on their own hair. it is all healthy ingredients. most of these horses are pampered and show horses. i don't see what the problem is if you use some products for animals. bagbalm is a great hand moisturiser. and yes it is used on cows teets!!!!

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    Add lemon juice to your face cleansing soap.

    Use egg whites on your face once a day. Simply crack and egg and using your fingers rub the whites on your face let dry and sit for 15min. Rinse off thoroughly

    It is important to note that you should not just be trying to dry out your skin. You still need to use a moisturizer every few days so your skin can perform normally.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vencasand View Post
    paula, have your checked out this site. some products for horses are used by humans all the time. there is a shampoo for horses tails that people use on their own hair. it is all healthy ingredients. most of these horses are pampered and show horses. i don't see what the problem is if you use some products for animals. bagbalm is a great hand moisturiser. and yes it is used on cows teets!!!!
    Ohhh we live and learn don`t we?

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    Quote Originally Posted by homenalto View Post
    Paula,
    I found this soap on an Equine site and there is also a site for people.
    I couldn't tell you about any clinical studies because this isn't my show. I know only what my friends told me and a wide variety use it, even some who never believed in using any soap on their facial skin. All i can tell you it works great on me.
    I`m very happy for you Doug - its so hard to find a product that is so right for you


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    Oily skin is often dehydrated skin and responds well to drinking lots of water so that the skin is moisturised from within. Also, try rinsing with half a lemon in a basin of water mornings and evenings. Helps for oily hair as well.

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    Cold water

    Lemon juice

    Egg whites

    Exfoliation

    It takes persistence, oily skin can be hard to beat. I would searching for different natural recipes and try them each out for a week or two and see what works.

    I certainly would not be using everyother chemical based product regulary in my face, they become way too harsh for myself.

    Just my $.02

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    To get rid of the oily skin one of the best ways are drink plenty of water, eat fresh fruits , avoid oily food and junk food, wash your face before going to bed and please do not apply any cream or moisturizer, do apply Aloe Vera gel, if you can. All these tips surely help to get rid of the oily skin problem.

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    Use products that are made for your skin condition. Although Aloe Vera gel is great it isn't for everyone. Your goal would be to balance your skin so you do not want to dry it out, you want it in balanced. There are many good products on the market for oily skin. I do not recommend any as each person's needs are different. Ask for samples so you can try the products out without putting out a lot of money before you find the one that works for you.


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