So its been bothering me for quite awhile... actually about a year or 2. What actually causes oily faces? I would usually take a shower and 3-4 hours later my face gets oily for no reason, only my face not my hand, legs back just the face. Im 16 and a half and like all teenagers, we have pimples on our faces. I would usually squeeze or pop those big 1 and this yellow liquid comes out. After a week or so, you can see the place where you popped the pimple and there's quite alot of them on my forehead. Is it possible to get rid of them?
I don't have any professional explanation to that. I have oily skin, and after visiting a dermatologist, I started to wash my face with lukewarm water and it's really not getting oily to fast. Give it a try.
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