If you go to the Sephora website, and put in 'oily skin' a host of cleansers will come up. Or if you suffer acne as a result of oily skin, the skinID website will evaluate your skin through the answers that you give to a series of questions. Then products will be selected and offered for your particular skin type.
Whatever you do, be sure to gently cleanse and tone your face at least twice a day, using non-comedogenic (non pore clogging) products.
I start by wetting a washcloth then I wipe my entire face with it, then I use eye makeup remover around my eyes, I clean my face with face soap and after brushing my eyelashes and eyebrows I put eye cream then face cream. For my lips I put a normal lip moisturizer four times a day. I do that twice a day. As for my body I take one shower per day and I always wash my hair and my entire body. For my hands I put hand cream three times a day. For my body I put on body lotion but I sometimes take break of that to let my skin breathe.
Having slightly oily skin is not all that bad because the oil helps to lessen wrinkles and other natural signs of aging, especially on the face. The excessive oil can causes problem. It is best to use a mild and gentle cleanser. You can try Dermpura, it is an all-in-one skin balancing and repairing cleanser. It's gentle foaming and deep cleansing action lifts and removes oils and skin-dulling impurities.
I definitely want to take better care of my skin, as I am into beauty regimens. I currently just use a facial wash and moisturizer. Do you know of any great toners? Also, I am interested in LUSH beauty products. Are you familiar with them?
I have never used toners. As far as the Lush products I only have used a few bubble bars and I was a huge fan of one of their hair bar treatment (snake oil it was vegan so do not know why they called it that) but that product was sadly discontinued. They use a lot of nuts to which I am allergic so for the face and lips I cannot use most (if not all) of their products.