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22-01-2005
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milk of magnesia sounds strange - I read it somewhere, maybe here but would try anything for a shine free face it goes on like water, no smell and has kept me oil and shine free longer than anything else I have tried and SUPER CHEAP!

That's so correct!! I heard this in a beauty program in tv, I tryied and it's wonderful!!

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25-01-2005
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Clean and Clear blotting papers are the best!!! I also love Estee Lauder Clear Difference and Idealist lotions. I've battled oily skin for YEARS, and these products are the first that I've found that really work :-)

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For shine control, get your hand on Clear and Clear OIl Absorbing sheets. They work quite well and leave no residual powder or film on your face.
i live in toronto, and i dont know where to look for any shine absorbing sheets.

does anyone have an recommendations??

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26-01-2005
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i've been using plain old witch hazel after i wash my face as a toner and i've noticed my face isn't nearly as oily as it used to be.

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i live in toronto, and i dont know where to look for any shine absorbing sheets.

does anyone have an recommendations??
walmart or any dugstores should have them.

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Shine Control Products
Does anyone know any good products that remove oil and shine from the face,but don't remove make-up? (oh and ones that I can get in the UK)

Thank you

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I use Oil Control Hydrator by Clinique for men (de-shines, controls oil, and reduces the look of pores).
It's good, I don't really feel like I need it but I like to use it as a precaution.

I would recommend Pore Minimizer (T-zone Shine Control) by Clinique, which does the same thing (11 ).
It can be worn over makeup or alone.

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You could take a preventative measure by using a sulfur mask which mops up excess oil. That works really well for me. I use it 2 to 3 times per week to keep it in check

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I have never met a shine control product that worked

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Do you have clean and clear in the uk? i would highly recommend their oil absorbing sheets they work so well.

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I suggest using Erno Laszlo Antioxidant Mattifying Complex under make up and MAC Blot Film for during the day touch ups (won't remove make up one bit). I have oily skin and this regimen keeps my skin matt all day

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Do you have clean and clear in the uk? i would highly recommend their oil absorbing sheets they work so well.
Yeah I used to use them but they don't seem to sell them overhere anymore.

Thanks for the suggestions guys!

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You could take a preventative measure by using a sulfur mask which mops up excess oil. That works really well for me. I use it 2 to 3 times per week to keep it in check
Which brand do you recommend? I did a google search, but came back with so many hits that I'm not sure which one to try...

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Which brand do you recommend? I did a google search, but came back with so many hits that I'm not sure which one to try...
Hi Luxmode!

I use Proactiv's version. I use their whole system, but you can buy the mask separately and I think it's their most effective product IMHO.

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Thanks Curious!!! I will definitely try it.

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