I have been using a moisturizing cream for my oily skin but it is only making it more oily. Can you

I have been using a moisturizing cream for my oily skin but it is only making it more oily. Can you recommend some products for oily skin?
Asked Oct 25, 2017

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You should use a moisturizing cream that gives you a matte feel and look and has least amount of oil content in it. Try out Kaya skin clinic's products. They have many good ones for oily skin.
Answered Oct 27, 2017
I would like to recomanded you to use Annimateo's natural skincare products for all types skin.
Answered Nov 29, 2017
I would highly recommend you to use Nyassa's moisturizer cream for any skin type, they are rich in nutrients and features anti-aging or anti wrinkle properties. It provides excellent skin care , repairs skin cells damaged by unhealthy diet, sun damaged and dirt. I have been using this moisturizer for quite a while now and the results are quite amazing!
Answered Jan 03, 2018
Edited Jan 03, 2018
I think you try changing your facewash. Facewash play a really important role in the nourishment of our skin. Use facewash made up of natural elements. I use a honey and saffron facewash by Nyassa.
Answered Jan 03, 2018
I did try a lot of moisturizers and creams to get rid of oily skin but later on I came to know about Nyassa's Carrier oil , which was a great help to my skin.
I would recommend for the same.
Answered Jan 04, 2018
According to me,you must try to go in a natural way.Using a natural,home-made and 100% vegan face-wash would help you solve this issue.I would personally recommend you to try out Nyassa's Rose and Lychee Face cream after having washed up your face with the face wash. I had extremely dry skin for which I tried Nyassa's Face wash and Its Rose and Lychee cream and the results were outlasting.
Answered Jan 04, 2018

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