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Is there something I can put on my face to make it less oily?

Many products: Cleansers to remove existing oils am retinoids to reduce oil gland secretions will work together. Use non comedogenic moisturizers or none at all. ...Read more

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When I am young I have a good fair and soft skin but today I have darkness, oiliness and bad face.So, how can I improve my face to get back my fairness.

When I am young I have a good fair and soft skin but today I have darkness, oiliness and bad face.So, how can I improve my face to get back my fairness.

Retin A (tretinoin) and lighten: You may need to see a dermatologist for a prescription for retin a, (tretinoin) which is still the gold standard to improving skin tone, texture and acne. There are many skin lightening creams available over the counter including my own called "brighten" available on balshiskincare.Com. Good luck. ...Read more

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What is the cause of sudden stickyness & oilyness in hair except genetic and hormones?

What is the cause of sudden stickyness & oilyness in hair except genetic and hormones?

New products?: Did you try a new gel or shampoo that may be causing it? Have you noticed any rash on the skin of your scalp? If so, you may have a skin condition like seborrheic dermatitis or psoriasis causing it. Otherwise, it may just be hormones kicking in. Best to see a doctor and have it checked out. ...Read more

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Hi, I have got an oily skin and I can't get off the black heads from my nose. Is there anyway I can reduce the oilyness and the blackheads? Thanks

Hi, I have got an oily skin and I can't get off the black heads from my nose. Is there anyway I can reduce the oilyness and the blackheads? Thanks

Blackheads: Don't scrub! It just injures the skin and increases the risk of infection. Your hormones are to blame for the only skin and I don't think you want to attempt changing that. A salicylic gel or base is probably the most helpful but apply sparingly at night, starting with a couple of times per week, increasing nightly. Use a very gentle cleanser specifically for the face (not for oily skin). ...Read more

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