Collection: Oily or Blemish-prone

Though oily skin and blemish-prone skin is most common in teenagers, it can be found throughout life. Ah, the joys of the afternoon glow. If you have ever experienced excessive oil on your face, you know it can be very frustrating. In the morning, everything looks under control. But, then, about 3 o'clock comes around.

Your cheeks are shinier than a diamond from Tiffany's. Even as we age, a dry face can shift to oily skin. The amount of oil that our skin produces is based largely on hormones and environmental factors—women who live in humid climates who produce too much oil naturally.

Using the wrong products can lead to the over-production of oil. You can often get rid of the afternoon glow with powder or try to blot away with oil-absorbing pads. While these are good short-term solutions, more long-term solutions can help to alleviate oily skin permanently.

Women with oily skin usually have larger pores than a woman with normal or dry skin. They also usually have a shiny complexion and are more prone to pimples, blackheads, and discoloration than women with other skin types.

Stress, adolescence, humidity, and heat can all contribute to oily skin; Technically, oily skin is caused by an overproduction of oil or sebum in the skin. This substance is designed to moisturize skin naturally, but if the skin cells cannot hold the moisture or produce more than necessary, the skin takes on an oily, dull appearance.

Even if it does occur immediately, it may develop through the day, popping through makeup and another measure that women take to curb the look of oily skin. In addition, an oily skin type may have another underlying cause, which is dry skin. If the body senses that the skin is dry, it will produce more natural oil to moisturize it.

But if this oil is leached away by caustic acne medications or washes, the skin is not properly moisturized and must produce more oil. This becomes a cycle until the skin has learned that it must produce more oil than it ever needs to keep the skin hydrated.
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Oily skin is most common on the face, but it also manifests itself on the scalp and back, where acne may occur. When it occurs on the scalp, women also face oily hair.

When This skin type may occur at any age of life but is, of course, most common during adolescence and early adulthood, as the body is growing and changing and producing new and different hormones, which alter the body's natural chemistry, this may linger even after age twenty and continue for the rest of a woman's life, depending on her body and the climate in which she lives.

Oily skin's hard to address because it has a multiplicity of causes. For example, if skin produces too much sebum or that the cells cannot hold it, it is necessary to wash the face twice a day and replace the oil with clean, fresh hydrators.

In this case, the skin is too dry, so so much oil is being over-produced. Through proper cleansing and moisturizing, you can train your skin to recognize the appropriate amount of oil.

An age-defying anti-aging skincare routine for oily skin that is prone to acne or breakouts.


Alpha Hydroxy Acid Probiotic Cleanser
Liquid Peptide Facial Mist
Peptide Eye Serum
Peptide Fusion or Anti-Aging Arsenal
Clear Skin Oil-free Moisturizer


Alpha Hydroxy Acid Probiotic Cleanser
Liquid Peptide Facial Mist
Peptide Eye Serum
Peptide Fusion or Anti-Aging Arsenal
Stem Cell & EGF Antioxidant Serum
Clear Skin Oil-free Moisturizer

One to two times a week:

Glow-On - may be used as a spot treatment. 

Clear Skin Anti-Aging Mask

Specific Concerns

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Crows Feet
Dark Circles
Dull Complexion
Expression Lines
Large Pores
Laugh Lines
Lip Lines
Sagging Neck and Jowl Areas
Under-eye Bags and Puffiness

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