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  • Hey all,
    Is there any connection between rhinoplasty and oily skin? Actually, my skin is a bit oily by nature and had tried different remedies to get rid of it. But nothing worked. I used
    to wash my face 4-5 times in an hour to control the oil secretion which has zero effect on my problem. Right now, I’m controlling it by using some medications and oil based cleansers. Actually, I’m planning to get a nose job to correct the shape of my nose. Will it increase the oil secretion in my face? Recently I read an article on this ( http://www.rhinoplasty.ca/2016/10/10/will-rhinoplasty-procedure-make-your-skin-oily/ ) . It says that after rhinoplasty, there are chances to appear swellings on the skin and this will lead to the overcompensation of the sebaceous gland. Is it true? Does anyone here have a similar experience? Is it a scientifically proven statement? Kindly share your experience and thoughts, Thank you in advance.



  • First off congratulations on your decision to have corrective nose surgery. Before you actually get it done I hope you have explored no surgical contouring. Let me explain with a personal story and I can also answer your post surgical oil question. I got an elbow to my nose in college basketball. I could breath fine but the bump was painful to the touch. 10 years later after an X-ray I was told my nose had broken and healed on its own!! A simple procedure to shave down the hump would fix it. Well it was surgery. It fixed the bump and it was $7,000!! 10 years later it came back. Turns out the nose has memory!! Now let me tell you how I fixed it!! FACIAL FILLER!!! This is so fast and easy and affordable. 1/2 of a CC OF PERLANE injected painlessly on both sides of my nose makes my nose SO straight. WAY STRAIGHTER (is that a word? It is now) than the rhinoplasty bone shaving!! SO IF you only have a shape issue? PLEASE consider seeing a plastic surgeon about a non surgical nose job!!
    Now i developed sebaceous cysts post surgically because I had to wear a splint on my bridge to keep it straight. SUFFOCATING the skin causes secretions to wash back into the follicle creating man made acne!! As soon as the tape and splint came off it went away!!!
    PLEASE check out youtube videos for "Fixing Nose with filler" -- OH how I wish I had this at my disposal in 1990 instead of going through my RHINOPLASTY to fix the hump!!
    xoxox Jules



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    Hey all,
    Is there any connection between rhinoplasty and oily skin? Actually, my skin is a bit oily by nature and had tried different remedies to get rid of it. But nothing worked. I used
    to wash my face 4-5 times in an hour to control the oil secretion which has zero effect on my problem. Right now, I’m controlling it by using some medications and oil based cleansers. Actually, I’m planning to get a nose job to correct the shape of my nose. Will it increase the oil secretion in my face? Recently I read an article on this ( http://www.rhinoplasty.ca/2016/10/10/will-rhinoplasty-procedure-make-your-skin-oily/ ) . It says that after rhinoplasty, there are chances to appear swellings on the skin and this will lead to the overcompensation of the sebaceous gland. Is it true? Does anyone here have a similar experience? Is it a scientifically proven statement? Kindly share your experience and thoughts, Thank you in advance.
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    I used Neutrogena Norwegian Formula Body Moisturizer when I used to live in Reno and it worked fine. I'm still using it all year round though I live in a very hot country now. I also have eczema and it doesn't break me out. Oh when I'm not too lazy I put on Oilatum Oil all over my body when my skin is still wet before I put on Neutrogena moisturizer.
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    Use one drop of jojoba oil, which is actually a waxy ester and helps reduce sebum production in the skin. Make sure to pat your skin down with a towel afterwards though. Also try using diluted peppermint oil in some form; I have it in my soap. Both things are meant to reduce oil when given time to work.



  • I was having a problem too with my oily skin before. But I was able to resolve it and thanks to the face mask I am using.



  • I had very oily skin all my life and I figured there's not much you can do about it. The only thing that helps me is overdosing on vitamin A, but I don't recommend it at all, it's very bad for your health.



  • That means you are oily skin, you need to do skin cleansing and moisturizing



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  • It seems obvious, but many people with oily skin don’t wash their face daily. If your skin’s oily, you should wash your face twice a day — but don’t overdo it. Avoid harsh soaps or detergents. Use a gentle soap such as glycerin soap instead.
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  • Preserving oily skin beneath manage can be tough, but it is possible to do it yourself at home. Oily pores and skin, or seborrhea, is because of overactive sebaceous glands, a situation that can be driven or exacerbated through hormones. Girls with oily skin may also see extended pimples breakouts throughout their menstrual periods. Right skin care is crucial for minimizing the arrival of pimples, blackheads and big pores. Thankfully, maintaining your skin easy and clear would not must fee numerous money or take numerous time.

    Our body produces oil to assist hold our skin tender and supple, however if too much sebum is produced, it is able to result in pimples flare-usaand oiliness that are a number of the main causes of acne. The following time you ask yourself "why is my face so oily?", remember the fact that there are main factors responsible: hormones and genetics.

    Oily skin is thought medically as seborrhea and is due to extra pores and skin oil produced within the pores. At some stage in puberty and other lifestyles activities, fluctuating hormones can result in extended androgen ranges - androgens are taken into consideration one of the pinnacle oily skin causes. Androgens are male hormones found in both ladies and men that sign the maturation of the skin’s sebaceous glands. As these glands mature, oil manufacturing will increase.

    The better quantity of androgens present, the more sebum is funneled via the pores, which then sits at the surface of the pores and skin, creating an oily sheen. Should this excess oil emerge as trapped inside the pore and integrate with dead skin cells and micro organism on the floor of the skin and within the pore, acne, blackheads, and other blemishes will shape.

    It’s also crucial to observe the position that genetics can play in oily skin. In maximum pimples patients, the response to hormonal modifications is depending on genes and hormones. Life occasions like puberty or being pregnant can bring about hormone fluctuations, and genetics and hereditary factors can decide how your skin reacts to these hormone fluctuations.


 

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