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09-04-2004
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no offense taken b/c the truth is sometimes it does suck! no control!

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11-04-2004
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I love aubrey products. you can find it at most health food stores or at aubrey.com I might be spellign it wrong. anyway they make a really good iol free moisturizer or moisturizer for oily skin

I also really like pure zone I think it's loreal

and mac makes a good iol free lotion. I also just got clean and clear whatever brand that is and it was really cheap and it's really light.

hope that helps,
ive tried all of them too

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Phytomer acnigel. According to the company it actually curbs oil production as well. I don't know how true that is but I love the texture.

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I'm a 16 year old female and just last year, my skin has changed from completely clear and "normal"... to occassional breakouts, shine, and oily t-zone. I'm looking for a good facial moisturizer (preferably light, oil free, and non-comodogenic, and containing no salicylic acid or SPF protection). Any suggestions? Thanks!

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Hi there!

I suggest that you try Clinique. I think that its really good for young skin. I use Clinique mostly and Im happy with it.

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i use this one
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Kiehl's has an oil free moistruzer that is rather effective.

And la Prairie as well.

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agree with incroyable...kiehls has wonderful stuff....


maybe try its ultra facial moisturizer, sodium pca oil free moisturizer..

heres the Kiehls Website

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I have combination skin during summer and the oil/shine at T-zone just totally bothers me until I used Estee Lauder Clear Difference Oil Control Hydrator
check it out at the counter

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Quote:
Originally posted by Plumour@Jul 23 2004, 04:26 AM
I have combination skin during summer and the oil/shine at T-zone just totally bothers me until I used Estee Lauder Clear Difference Oil Control Hydrator
check it out at the counter
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I totally agree with you........ the Estee Lauder Oil Control Hydrator is awesome! It moisturizes just enough, but controls the oilies as well

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a good clinique one is moisture surge-it is oil free

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this may sound weired but have you ever tried a moisturizing oil ?

i have combo/ oily skin and its the only stuff that works. all other moisturizers ( cremes and lotions) have all left dry patches, clogged my pores and left my skin oily.....

until i by accident put body oil on my face, i found no dry patches, perfectly smooth with a nice glow not dewy or oily.....just perfect!! ....PLUS no more oily skin!!! i swear! it works!. there was an article on this in vogue a few monthes ago, i guess oil liquifies the sebum in your face whci cause the oil......or something like that.....

you should really try it....( well, it works for me )

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I absolutely love Loreal Futur-e oil free moisturizer. I have tried a lot of the more expensive brands and I find that this is what I always go back to. It evens my skin out too. Even if I am having a hormonal break out, I still need a little moisture. It also works great mixed with a small amount of foundation to make it tinted.

http://www.walgreens.com/store/product.jht...304&id=prod7415

I am 27 and had a baby 16 months ago and still use this even after the hormonal changes of having a baby.

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I have the same problem but I am a male, I know that kiehl's is working good. Are there any other products that may help my skin? :-)

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Kiehls makes your face soooo soft!

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