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#1 Popinjay

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Posted 10 March 2013 - 05:23 PM

I'm looking for something I can put on my face that will simultaneously block oil production for as long as possible throughout the day and conceal acne-related redness.  So, basically a tinted oil control cream.  I know there's oil control makeup, but maybe there's something specifically formulated for extreme, acne-related oil.  Tinted benzoyl peroxide cream is another option, but is it the best option?



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Posted 10 March 2013 - 10:18 PM

I'm looking for something I can put on my face that will simultaneously block oil production for as long as possible throughout the day and conceal acne-related redness.  So, basically a tinted oil control cream.  I know there's oil control makeup, but maybe there's something specifically formulated for extreme, acne-related oil.  Tinted benzoyl peroxide cream is another option, but is it the best option?

 

As far as blocking oil production, I think Accutane does that job but I heard it leaves skin severly dry.

 

I found that my skin is not as oily when I mix in jojoba oil with my moisturizer. Also, I do carry a lot of oil blotting sheets for my really oily days.

 

As far as concealing the redness, I use a revlon concealer that I apply to my red spots.



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Posted 14 April 2013 - 06:38 PM

Try using the green cover sticks to counteract the redness, then apply your regular concealer/foundation. Just make sure to apply the green concealer as light as possible because it might be a little harder to clean off than your regular concealer.

Also, there's a cleanser from Clean and Clear that leaves a translucent, barely noticeable powder-like substance on the skin to absorb oil throughout the day. I'm unsure of the name, but the packaging is gray and purple if that helps. Blotting papers are a great option (they have super cheap options at Target), and using a great moisturizer (perhaps for oily skin) is always a good choice. Make sure to wash your face twice a day, too! And drink lots of water!

Hope this helps!




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