5 Tips For Handling Super Oily Skin: Collab With Veronica Gorgeois!

Healthy Skin Tip: The first thing you should do is always write down what you are consuming. Junk food, for instance, can be a major instigator of breakouts. Eat lots of healthier options, such as lean meats. By eating healthy, your body will have what it needs to fight the bacteria that cause acne.
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  1. I’ve always thought talc based setting powders were good for oily skin :/ all of my powders are talc based… what are some silica based setting powders you’d recommend? Thanks so much josh x

  2. Good to know about the primers. I was always wondering why my makeup was still slipping off my face by the end of the day!

  3. Thank you so much for sharing! I really appreciate all of the information and product recommendations! 🙂

  4. which would you say is better I have hyperpigmentation but also wrinkles, and sensitive skin. So Hydroquinone or Retin A luv debs x x

  5. I’m having a hard time applying imaculate foundation. I do use becca matifying primer, maybe thats not a great combo.

  6. Have you tried to use the Becca mattifying primer with the hourglass foundation? I just got a sample of both and wondering if this is a good combo for extremely oily skin.

  7. Super awesome tips!! Quick question, do most “acne treating cleansers” contain sulfates? I am using one that has “sodium C14-16 olefin sulfonate” as the third to the last ingredient. It does contain 2% salicylic acid as its active ingredient. It’s the Mary Kay Clear Proof. Their clear proof system seems to be helping my acne but not the oil. Any suggestions on trying to combat both? Products to recommend? What about the SIMPLE brand of cleansers & moisturizers?

  8. I always have a problem with using moisturizers that are meant for oily skin. I have oily skin, but my skin is super super dehydrated. I always try using gels or the moisturizers targeted to oily skin but they’re too drying and not moisturizing enough. I usually end up having to use moisturizers targeted towards dry skin, and even though it works, it leaves too much of a residue on my skin and i can’t seem to find a happy medium. is there anything you could recommend?

  9. I recently tried jojoba oil and it helped with my oily and ache prone skin. Comedones and whiteheads are gone. Tea tree oil helps as well but I prefer jojoba .

  10. Most oils, like jojoba, vary in their level of comedogencity from person to person. Jojoba clogs after one use. I’m glad to hear it works for you though 🙂

  11. Hi, it did clog my pores too after the first usage. But it eventually went away after usage. I’ve seen reviews on YouTube of it clogging the pores too. For first time usage, just a small proportion is recommended. I got mine from a place that sells aromatherapy oils, recommended by a colleague. I know some brands do clog pores. It is important to get the pure ones.

  12. Thank you so much for the videos. I find your videos to be very long and u talk alot. But Its Good!!! U explain everything so well!! I like it! Those little small things u say really do count. Like in one of ur videos on the mineral veil primer how u explained about using a brush instead of ur fingers. It really DOES make a difference how u do things. U don’t just tell us they are good u explain how and u get all scientifical. I appreciate u making these videos! Thank u so much! Your awesome!!

  13. Hi! I was wondering if you could make a list in the description of all of the products you talked about? It would be really helpful :] Thank you!

  14. Hello 🙂  I have friends that have extremely oily skin.  After their skin care routine and putting on makeup, less than 30 minutes later they get all shiny :/  Loving your tips and will share this video with them.  I have a question though if you don’t mind.  What did you mean by “break through shine”?  Can I, having EXTREMELY dry sensitive skin achieve this “break through shine” as well, if I think it is what it means; like healthy, smooth, porcelain shine like surface?