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oilyOILY

Fashion Fair Oil Minimizing Toner
Strip away shine, minimize pores, and stimulate cell turnover with this anti-bacterial toner. 
$19.00; FashionFair.com



Elizabeth Arden Visible Difference Oil Lotion

Fight breakouts and blemishes, and pamper your skin with oil-free hydration.
$39.50; ElizabethArden.com

 

 

oilySENSITIVE

Clinique Liquid Facial Soap, Extra Mild
Use this non-drying soap to loosen surface flakes, and cleanse without stripping protective lipids.
$16.50; Clinique.com

 

Aveeno Ultra-Calming Foaming Cleanser
Calm irritation, lift away dirt, and reduce the appearance of redness with Aveeno’s light, foaming cleanser.
$6.99; Aveeno.com

 

oilyCOMBINATION

Neutrogena Oil Free Moisture, Combination Skin
Dual action moisturizes dry spots, while controlling oily areas.
$9.99; Neutrogena.com

 

Bioré Combination Balancing Cleanser
Here’s an even, all-over cleanser that maintains your natural moisture.
$6.47; at Walmart

 

 

oilyDRY

Chanel HYDRA BEAUTY Gel Crème
Deliver optimal hydration to the deeper layers of your skin, and receive maximum anti-oxidant protection.
$87.00; Chanel.com

 

Clarins HydraQuench Cream SPF 15, Normal- to-Dry Skin
Immediate relief from tightness and dryness, with long-lasting hydration.
$49.50; Clarins.com

 

 

oilyAGING

Olay Professional PRO-X, Wrinkle Smoothing Cream
Smooth uneven textures with moisture, and reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
$29.99; Olay.com


L’Oreal RevitalLift Triple Power Eye Treatment

Fight wrinkles, reduce bags, and lift the eye area with greater power.
$24.99; LorealParisUSA.com c


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