Switch to the 3 step I also have oily skin and this has really helped me. I don't breakout like I used to and my face feels fresh.
I recommend ordering the 3 step from the Clinique cite get one of their gift sets (one is for for dry skin the other for oily )you get the full sized products, the toner is bigger than the regular size and you get them in travel size. They have a lot of promotions I usually order when they give out little bags filled with some of their products and if your order is 50 or more you get free shipping.
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This is a great product I also breakout with other facial soaps but this one has actually helped me. I'm also oily this has made my skin feel better. I use the 3 step and it's actually worth it. Buy it on the holidays in the gift sets and you get the full sized products. The toner comes in a bigger size and you get them in travel size inside a bag and a pretty box I think they only have them in the Clinique cite and they have small makeup bags at times that's when I usually order
No way! I have a little oil around my nose and chin in the summer and this isn't for that condition. Go up one or two levels, perhaps Liquid Soap in number 2 or 3.
answered 2 years, 11 months ago
The liquid facial soap for oil skin is amazing. I have oily skin AND sensitive skin and it's the best cleanser I have used for both. I would recommend following the 3-step skincare regimen: use the liquid facial soap for oil skin with sephora collection cellulose sponges- they are good for total face cleansing; follow up with #3 clarifying lotion- it gets rid of any excess dirt and oil and makes your skin feel fresh and fabulous; then use the dramatically different moisturizing gel-best lotion for oily/sensitive-it hydrates without making your skin greasy. I also use the murad oil mattifying lotion in conjunction. Hope my regimen works as well for you as it has for me :)
You sound like me! I would highly suggest this cleanser for you. I have noticed a drop in the amount of oil on my skin and it is non drying or irritating. I do use the clarifying lotion for oily skin to help with the extra slick spots. But even then I use it all over my face and it doesn't dry me out at all. Give it a try!
answered 3 years, 3 months ago
I am no professional, but I would suggest the mild soap. And then exfoliate with either a 3 or 4 toner, and then the moisturizing gel. You should follow Clinique's 3 step system. Ask a consultant about it.
answered 3 years, 4 months ago
I have oily skin all over and sensitive skin as well and I get oily througout the day. I've been shopping for products that does not make my face oily throughout the day.
I would recommend Clinique's extra mild liquid soap, its more gentle than the regular mild soap. The regular mild soap makes my sky dry and itchy afterwards.
I have not tried the extra mild toner yet, but will get to it soon.
For sensitive skin and to avoid cleansers from stripping away your face, try using alcohol-free products.
I really like Clinique's 7-day scrub as well, its very gentle and helps wash away impurities like dirt, dead skin; and minimizes pores as well.
For foundation, use mattifying or mineral products because they help absorb oil. I use and highly recommend Sephora's Mineral Pressed Compact. It gives your great coverage, does not feel heavy, unless you apply layers and layers of it.
For sunscreen moisturizer, I LOVE the Perter Thomas Roth "Uber-dry Sunscreen SPF 30." You can use it as your daily moisturizer all over your face. I use it under my eyes as well but not too close because you dont want it to get into your eyes, it will burn like regular sunscreen.
Hope this helps!
answered 3 years, 5 months ago
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answered 3 years, 5 months ago
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