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Quick Tip: Oily Skin | Sephora


Healthy Skin Tip: Avoid pore clogging and oily cosmetics when fighting the battle against acne. These types of products can create an environment on your face conducive to break outs, and cause flare ups to become worse when they do happen. Instead, choose products labeled as "non-comedogenic," "hypo-allergenic," or "oil-free," which can help you to avoid those adverse reactions and skin irritations.
Sephora PRO Artist, Jeffrey, shares his tips and tricks on how to treat oily skin using his favorite skincare products!

Which tip did you find most helpful? Leave your answers in the comments below!

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Murad: Clarifying Cleanser:
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Tatcha: Balanced Pore Perfecting Water Gel Moisturizer:
GLAMGLOW: SUPERMUD Clearing Treatment:
Kate Somerville: EradiKate Acne Treatment:
Tatcha: Aburatorigami Japanese Blotting Papers:

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10 Comments

  1. The Deciem Hylamide Matte 12 primer and the Cover FX Mattifying Setting Spray are my holy grail products to keep my oily skin at bay.

  2. I have super oily skin and I LOVE the Murad cleanser! It cleans my skin but didn’t over clean it to where it over produces oil, I LOVE it ❤

  3. i’m watching this, i don’t have oily skin.
    i have D r y skin.
    but i sweat?
    i just really like these videos lol

  4. Can you please, please, please do a video for the oily skinned girls who break out from silicones in products.

  5. The UFO Clarifying Oil is great when paired with the Martian Gel Toner! It’s not a quick acting duo though, my face when through a period of adjusting and purging so I had a few breakouts. But just be patient with it and you’ll see results!

  6. I have all of those products mentioned and they work great! I just don’t have the Sunday Riley oil. A little over my budget but I’ll get there one day. But these products work great! Can anyone share a good moisturizer that’s not too pricey? I’m currently using the Clinique Dramatically Different moisturizing gel. So far so good