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oily skin

Skin Care



for prejuvenation + rejuvenation

You're probably not always in love with your oily skin, but oily skin isn't all bad. One bonus: your oily skin is much less prone to wrinkling than dry skin. Still, oily skin, and the breakouts that often come with it, can be frustrating.


Sebum is vital for keeping the skin healthy. However, too much sebum can lead to oily,  shiny skin, clogged pores, and in the most extreme cases, acne.

  • your face is shiny and usually appears greasy later in the day.

  • often has large, open and clogged pores, especially on your nose, chin and forehead.

  • makeup doesn't stay on and seems to “slide” off.

  • the oilier areas of your face may have blackheads, pimples or whiteheads.

  • skin appears thicker and paler, can appear more youthful.

  • high moisture content with good tone and course, thick epidermis.

Recommended Care

Oily skin is prone to wrinkles so it is important to keep hydrated.

  • Use AHA/BHA Cleanser twice daily. The glycolic AHA acids will break down and flush out the oils.

  • AHA/BHA Toner is recommended to use after cleansing because will help with controling the oil and bacteria.

  • C+E+Ferulic Peptide Serum is a fantastic serum to prevent breakouts.

  • Spot Fade Serum is recommended to use on any post-pimple spots to keep your skin even toned without hyperpigmentation.

  • Use Marine Seaweed Mask twice a week to absorb oil and balance skin

Tips for best RESULTS

Gently exfoliate using MicroDerma Scrub only once per week. This will remove crusty skin covering pores to allow your skin to breath and oxygen to kill the bacteria. Be careful not to over exfoliate.

Regularly change your face cloth, towel and pillow case.

Always wash your face following your workout.

Wipe down your headphones and phone regularly.

Avoid touching your face.

Don't pick or pop your pimples.

Avoid wearing make-up and choose a quality mineral make-up if you must.

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