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So B5 is supposed to decrease oil production and dietary fat is supposed to increase it. In terms of sebum I'm talking.

I've been taking B5 the past few days and have noticed a dramatic decrease in facial oil and I've been on a low fat diet in the meantime. I would like to incorporate a good amount of fats back into my diet, but its at the fear that my face will start producing a lot of oil again.

I can tell when my face gets oily: stressful situations, eating many fats, etc...

Can anyone answer what fats are secreted through pores and what fats are mostly metabolized by the body so they aren't secreted through pores? I'm heard omega 3's change sebum composition but I don't think that sounds true to me. Will vitamin B5 counteract an increased dietary fat intake?

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