I have to be really careful of the types of moisterizers I use due to oily skin, is there a...
recipe that works best for oily skin?
I like to use plain vitamin e cream. It moisturizes without leaving grease behind.
All I would say is that it's best to avoid anything with alcohol in it. Other than that, pretty much any skin product should help. :-)
I use Olay on my sensitive skin, it doesn't irritate and will not leave oil on the top of your skin, it's inexpensive and you might find it suits your skin type (it won't cause stinging etc if you have blemishes).
you should really try natural products like
When dealing with oily skin you want to be sure to choose a moisturizer that is oil free so that you don't add any unnecessary oil to your skin. The moisturizer should say “oil free” on the label somewhere. Also choose a moisturizer that is alcohol free because alcohol actually strips all oils from your skin which amps up the production of oil in an effort to balance out the skin. I wrote a Hub article on natural remedies and tips for oily skin…you can check it out here…http://alisharenee.hubpages.com/hub/Oily-Skin-Home-Remedies
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