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  1. Since oily skin is more prone to acne and breakouts, the best cleanser for oily skin is one that contains Salicylic Acid. with Tea Tree Oil can also work wonders for oily skin. Sebamed Clear Face Cleansing Foam and Avene Cleanance Gel, works better for me.
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  5. Cut only the damaged part (too little) Use sulfate-free hair products.
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