Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Results are in I have Oily Skin

Did a skin test online and well the results were what I expected.

You have oily skin
Your skin is considered oily. The amount of oil your skin produces is determined by your genetic make-up and hormone activity, which both affect your sebaceous glands (the part of your skin that produces oil). Sometimes these glands are over-active and produce more oil than your skin needs. This extra oil rises to the surface and makes your skin look shiny and can keep dead skin cells from shedding away. These dead skin cells can accumulate around pores, making them appear noticeably large, and can even clog pores to cause blackheads and whiteheads.

What I use to cure:
St. Ives Elements Olive Cleanser ( I purchased at Rite Aid)
Gently wash away impurities with the Olive Cleanser. A unique olive oil complex with natural anti-oxidants, leave you feeling rejuvenated and healthy.

Dermatologist Tested

Olea europaea (Olive) fruit oil is a natural fruit oil rich in omega fatty acids.

Olive oil PEG-7 esters are derived from natural olive oil to deliver emolliency and moisturization.

Olive leaf extract acts as a natural source of natural anti-oxidants that help stop damage-causing free radicals.

Sunflower extract

Also I use Dickinsons witch hazel ( I purchased at Rite Aid)
gently cleanses+conditions to maintain your skins natural balance. It can be used as a daily facial toner. It is much better than using alcohol which burns the skin and causes the skin to feel dryed out.

Last but not least I use Freeman Facial Clay Mask with Avocado & Oatmeal once a week ( I purchased at
- It purges pores+firms and smoothes skin. It draws out excess oils and dirt, leaving your skin clean and soft. On their website they have more facial products to offer. You can also purchase their products at Walmart.