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    Is there any facial washes etc that help with oily skin? I usually get the oil coming out after a few hours & want a new wash or mousturiser that helps reduce it x

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    I have had a terrible time with oil puddling up on my nose, especially in the summer. I now use these all-natural soaps from a place called Soapynature.com. They're made with green clay and lemongrass eo. I also follow up with baking soda once a week or so, if it's real humid and hot to absorb any extra yuck.

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    Oooh thank you.. I shall give the site a try, am not sure on the baking soda though.. It seems a bit wierd to me.. but then again, if it works then go for it eh?

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    You need to get your skin pH in balance. I recommend the SeneGence 3 n 1 Cleanser, normal to oily. Its detergent free and removes dirt, oil and bacteria without stripping your skin!

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    I think the baking soda helps with the PH of my skin. I'm very satisfied and happy with the soap I get. I haven't had breakouts since I've started using it and I avoid that terrible tight feeling that other soaps have given me....

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    I am oily skin. I have the same question. I usually get the oil coming out after a few minutes & want a new wash.

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    The past few days, after this email post, I tried using a bit of apple cidar vinegar mixed with water as a toner after washing my face with the Soapynature "spa day" soap and it has been even better. I didn't even need to use the blotting papers today. It think it helps even more with the ph. I hope the soap and maybe even the vinegar works for you, especially with summer coming up. I still haven't found much info to help with my mom's rosacea. I'll keep checking the posts....Good luck!

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    Thank you for the suggestions.. I will give them a bash & see how it goes. Will post to see which is the best

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    Thank you CeCe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brybry View Post
    Is there any facial washes etc that help with oily skin? I usually get the oil coming out after a few hours & want a new wash or mousturiser that helps reduce it x
    I suggest you use iS Clinical Hydra Cool Serum. It moisturizes the skin without making it too oily or greasy.


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