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I have combination skin with that all so annoying oily T-zone. I discovered Dr feel Good a few years back and Im sure glad I did. It’s probably one of the best products to keep your oily skin at bay without clogging up your pores or causing spots. You basically apply a small amount to your face after your moisturizer with the sponge applicator that comes with the product. Try not to over use  you can get a powdery residue on your face which can be quite annoying. All depending on how oily your skin is you’ll know how much you need to apply. It’s also great for filling in fine lines and wrinkles on your face.

All in all…. a great base to start off with before you apply your makeup.

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Benefit Dr Feel good- £19.50

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oil absorbing sheets £3.30

These works exactly like face powder but without all the fuss of using makeup. Sometimes we dont always want to lace our faces with lots of powder to hide that annoying shine. Try out these fab blotting sheets. They can also be used over makeup just blot them on the area that needs de-shining and your good to go.

Clean and Clear Oil absorbing sheets- £3.30

If you hunt around there are many brands that do similar products!

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I love this product, but probably for all the wrong reasons… Now most of you probably use this as a full on concealer, I dont!! Not sure if anyone has noticed, this product has lots of light reflecting qualities so when you apply it as a full on concealer you may think you look ok but when your on a night out and somebody takes a picture OH JHEEZ!! You look like you have two light bulbs shining underneath your eyes. So I use it as a highlighter instead, I apply a small amount on top of my concealer just to highlight certain areas under the eyes. I also use it to highlight my cheek bones, another fab tip, try using it underneath your favorite lipgloss/lipstick it really lifts the colour and gives you really fabulous full looking lips.

Ok so I know it’s a little pricey at £23 a pop, and on another downer the colours they stock are ridiculous, their colours come in numbers, 1 being the lightest and 3 being the darkest. My olive pale skin can handle no.2 just about but really I would like to wear no.3 if it wasnt such a nasty orange colour. I would love them to bring out more colours for different skin. Also you cannot get colours n0.2 and n0.3 unless you are buying from duty-free or at selfridges. If your lucky you can bag an online bargain of this product from as little as £13 if you look in the right places, duty-free always works out cheaper too.

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