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#1 cruella22

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Posted 22 March 2005 - 02:16 PM

I have naturally oily skin, but just recently maybe due to hormones or a dry climate my skin has become DRIER and LESS OILY. AS A RESULT MY SKIN HAS BROKEN OUT MORE. Seems strange huh? Well because I have hardly any oil, I have dead skin cells (dry skin flakes) on the surface of my skin that block my pores and this creates blackheads, pimples, etc. I was wondering what would be a way to increase oil production in my glands naturally without irritating my skin? For example,I have already tried drinking hot liquids throughout the day. This creates more blood flow throughout my skin an stimulation of oil glands. I excercise, which increases sweat and oil in glands. ANy suggestions?

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Posted 22 March 2005 - 03:12 PM

QUOTE(cruella22 @ Mar 22 2005, 08:16 PM)
I have naturally oily skin, but just recently maybe due to hormones or a dry climate my skin has become DRIER and LESS OILY. AS A RESULT MY SKIN HAS BROKEN OUT MORE. Seems strange huh? Well because I have hardly any oil, I have dead skin cells (dry skin flakes) on the surface of my skin that block my pores and this creates blackheads, pimples, etc. I was wondering what would be a way to increase oil production in my glands naturally without irritating my skin? For example,I have already tried drinking hot liquids throughout the day. This creates more blood flow throughout my skin an stimulation of oil glands. I excercise, which increases sweat and oil in glands. ANy suggestions?

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Try these three things 400 IU's of vitamin E, or you can take about 800 IU's for a short time but then go down. Wash with cetaphil. Use curel ultra healing (this moisturizer is a dream trust me). Hope this helps.

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Posted 22 March 2005 - 03:15 PM

I say you make sure you exfoliate, you never really want oily skin. Try a gentle facial scrubbing pad. I juss started usin one again and it really helps gettin the dead skins off the surface.




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