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The Progesterone Experiment

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#41 Cleaarly

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Posted 27 December 2012 - 03:53 AM

@Green Gables:
I was wondering if you have oily skin and if you do, then if progesterone cream reduced sebum production at all. I have super oily skin which I believe is resulting from a hormonal imbalance because I get more or less oily and greasy with my menstrual cycle. Thanks!!

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Posted 04 January 2013 - 06:10 PM

@Green Gables:
I was wondering if you have oily skin and if you do, then if progesterone cream reduced sebum production at all. I have super oily skin which I believe is resulting from a hormonal imbalance because I get more or less oily and greasy with my menstrual cycle. Thanks!!


I had oily skin before I started spironolactone. Spiro stopped the oil. Since I started progesterone while still on spironolactone, I can't comment on the oiliness of my skin. Sorry :(