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Originally posted by Noah Noah wrote:

Hello

i am using kaya tips that help me a lot to avoid this problem




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The oily products I swear by are Monistat anti chafing gel, Queen Helene mint julep mask and now Queen Helene cleansing cream. I was using baby wash as my cleanser but this is soooo much better for my skin. It's a cold cream which is very oily. The baby wash was stripping my skin and giving me dry patches. The oil in the cleanser moisturizes my skin and keeps the oilies to a minimum. 
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hmm, why can't I see the original posters post?
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Aloe Vera works really well.  U can use to gel part from the actual plant and rub on your face and leave on for an hour or two than wash off.  Use it a couple times per week and it works wonders.
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Originally posted by sxcctee sxcctee wrote:

Use Phillips milk of magnesium. This is a life saver for oily skin. A lot of info on youtube.


I will be going by the store tomorrow to purchase some. Thanks for the tip!
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Well I purchased the M.O.M. and it works! I am very pleased and surprised that it did.
Thanks for the tip!!!
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I'm gonna try the MOM method. I never even thought about using it for my skin.
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Try washing ur face with only cold water.... That and using 50/50 water and acv as a toner every night. Is really keepin my oiliness at bay.....
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Originally posted by GoodKarma4me GoodKarma4me wrote:

Try washing ur face with only cold water.... That and using 50/50 water and acv as a toner every night. Is really keepin my oiliness at bay.....

I've been doing this nightly, and it must say, it does work at combating the oiliness.

I just hope that my skin doesn't become immune to it and the ACV becomes less effective. That's what happened to me with using tea tree oil :(
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