Oily Skin Directory
Oily skin is common, especially in teens. With oily skin, you might notice larger pores, a shiny complexion, and acne. If you live in a hot, humid environment, you may be particularly prone to oily skin. There are specially formulated cleansers, toners, and moisturizers for oily skin that can help. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about how oily skin is caused, how to manage oily skin, and much more.
Choosing acne cleansers and face soaps.
Arm yourself against acne outbreaks by choosing cleansers and face soaps that work with your skin type. WebMD tells you what to look for to keep your skin as blemish-free as possible.
Learn more from WebMD about the causes and treatment of acne.
Skin Types and Care: Normal, Dry, Oily, Combination, Sensitive
Learn the five skin types and how to tell which type you have.
Your Skin and Acne
Just what is teen acne? WebMD explains various types of skin blemishes and how to treat them.
Teaching Your Teen About Skin Care
It's never too early to help your teen learn about the best way to clean, moisturize, and protect her skin.
Manage Your Oily Skin and Fight Acne
Oily skin can lead to acne flare-ups. Learn what the experts recommend to manage oily skin and fight acne.
10 Lifestyle Changes to Deal With Acne
Fight acne with these 10 lifestyle changes.
Can the Pill Clear Up Acne?
More women than ever are suffering with adult acne, and misbehaving hormones may be largely to blame. As a result, the birth control pill is being called in for double duty.
Dealing With Adult Acne
Adult acne is a common disorder and studies show the emotional impact can be as severe as some major diseases.
Preventing Adult Acne
Learn from experts how to keep your skin clear and free of acne.
Teen Skin Care
Get the tips you need to keep your skin clean, healthy, and smooth.
The Making of Moisturizers
How do you pick from the array of moisturizing ingredients for your skin type?
Slideshows & Images
Slideshow: Building Your Perfect Skin Care Routine
Do you know how to take care of your skin? See how to wash, moisturize, and take care of your face based on your skin type: normal, dry, oily, combination, or sensitive.
Slideshow: Foods for Healthy, Supple Skin
Want softer, supple skin? The skin care nutrients in this WebMD slideshow can help your skin stay healthy -- from the inside out.
Picture of Acne
The occasional pimple needs no treatment. Over-the-counter cover-up creams and cosmetics, if used at all, should be water based.
Slideshow: How Your Life Affects Your Skin
The choices you make every day affect how your skin looks. Use this visual skin care guide to avoid dry skin and wrinkles, and to keep your skin healthy.
Quiz: Myths and Facts About Teen Acne
Do you know what causes acne and how to avoid flare-ups? Take this quiz and find out.
Beauty Quiz: Fast Fixes to Put Your Best Face Forward
Got a beauty crisis and just a little time? See what you know about fast face fixes.
Quiz: 11 Myths About Skin Care for Men
Razor bumps, breakouts, and scaly elbows: Take our quiz to get the truth about men’s skin care in 11 questions.