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how about oil skin? the summer is coming.... I am really feel uncomfortable..

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Hi, New Forum Member,

Thanks for your question. We plan to cover oily skin problems in an article in the near future. Please keep visiting the forum and Body Care Site for details. And don't forget to sign up for the Body Care Newsletter!

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Hi, Try this simple home made recipe.. Really it works good.. Naturally antiseptic and antibacterial, honey makes a good cleanser for oily and blemished skin. How to use Once a day slightly warm 1 or 2 tablespoons in your hand or the microwave to soften it, and massage it onto clean, damp skin, pressing and releasing with your fingers for deeper cleansing. Rinse well with warm water and pat dry. Hope this will be useful.. evescafe.com

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First you have to consult some good skin specialist to find out the type and problem of your skin, then only it is possible and safe to use of cream.

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Neutragena is a good brand, I like the Deep Clean. And Queen Helene is a good mint mask. I use it every week. ----------- Retailtherapy.com

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Try and get some samples of products and then you can try several without it costing a fortune!

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I'm new to the forums! My name is sonya madden. I now use a lotion with coca butter in it, for all over softness. First use a loofah scrubber in the shower to prep your skin. You could use a body oil on your body if you want. It's too greasy for your face. (might break out)

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you had better ask for help from the professional for frofessional advise!



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Have you tried Olay?

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Thank you for your suggestion.

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