There's just something about that vanity mirror that allows even the tiniest little spots to appear huge. Whoever invented it, must have been employed by the beauty industry and known that that mirror by itself could sell thousands of pounds worth of beauty products.
So, oily skin. You may have it, I definitely have had it, you’ve probably had enough of it, so how to get rid of it? Let’s first look at what causes it.
The regular consumption of dairy (and in particular low-fat dairy which has been shown to have an even greater impact on sebum production than full-fat dairy) leads to higher insulin and IGF-1 hormone levels and more problems with oiliness and acne.
Most of us who have at one point or another struggled with oily skin, or acne, know that it can often feel like we need to be washing our face often to keep oil and bacteria in check. And whilst washing your face is important, most cleansers and water itself can be problematic if you suffer from oily skin.