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            [post_content] => There are so many cons to having oily skin, one of the biggest I can think of is Acne. But many people never knew this but there are some pros to having oily skin too! First oily skin provides a natual UV protection. Oily skin tends to burn less . Most importantly Oily skin is said to age slower. Because of the prolonged hydration that the oil provides people will see less wrinkles when it counts!  Lastly it is said that sebum delivers essential nutrients such as Vitamin E to the skin, which is an antioxidant that protects humans from free radicals.
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            [post_content] => Lets face it, our lives are busy, we work hard, we are always on the go, and we cant always eat as healthy as we might want to. The Convenience of unhealthy food is causing an epidemic of adult acne among both men and women. Diet has been linked to stimulating the sebaceous glands to produce more oil. More oil can mean more acne! So what do we need to do to REMI-D this? Part of having great skin is having a balanced diet full of healthy choices. First I would say you need to drink tons of water. Drinking lots of water will help to flush the impurities and toxins and help to renew the cells.  A diet rich in antioxidants will help balance the skin. The best place to find antioxidant is in your fruits and vegetables, so never skip the salad bar!
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            [post_content] => Did you know that stress can cause acne? When the body is under emotional stress, it produces an overabundance of hormones such as cortisol and adrenaline. Stress can also stimulate the sebaceous glands and produce more oil. It is important to stress less if you feel that your skin tends to break out when you are having one of those weeks!
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            [post_content] => While in their younger years, hormonal imbalances can really exasperate skin issues, caused by puberty.  Both boys and girls have increased male hormones called androgens that cause and signal the oil glands to mature. During this process we get an over production of sebum usually in the t-zone, chin, nose, and forehead. These condition usually ease after puberty, but can linger into adult hood.
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            [post_content] => When we have overactive sebaceous glands the skin produces too much oil which we call sebum. too much sebum makes the face appear oily and shiny. This sebum also clogs the pores and as a result you get bumps and even acne. If we do not treat the over activity the oils can weaken the skin and make it more vulnerable to harmful bacteria. the oil can trap environmental pollutants, debris, & dirt which can cause blackheads and acne. Since the skins defense is compromised  it makes it difficult to reject the bacteria. disregarding the build up of oil is going to cause congestion in the skin, and acne will develop when the glands mix with the dead skin cells and the dirt to suffocate and clog the pores. Here is a list of some great acne products to try. 

 
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