I once heard an interview with a famous actress. She was asked about how she manages to look good in a very respectable age. The actress replied that she had oily skin, and wrinkles appeared on her much later than on dry skin.
I also have oily skin. But, frankly, while I see this as some flaws. Since childhood, I often have rashes on my skin. I remember how I treated them in grandma’s ways. But these methods did not help, and sometimes exacerbated the situation.
I went to the doctor. Talker, prescribed by a dermatologist, also did not help. Then the doctor suggested that the rash will go away on their own in a year or two. Time passed, I became pregnant, gave birth to daughters, and the rash on her face was like that of a teenager.
As soon as one pimple disappeared, several more immediately appeared in its place. I was shy, carefully masked the shortcomings of the foundation, and the rash became more and more.
My cosmetologist friend recommended me to wash with oatmeal. Just chop the flakes in a blender and use them instead of gel for washing. She warned that at first there will be even more rashes, and then they will be less and less.
A friend was right. Already a year I wash oatmeal. Rashes on the skin now appear very rarely.
Dear readers, how do you take care of oily skin?