How to deal with oily face in the front of computer?

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Dealing with an oily face, especially when spending long hours in front of a computer, involves a combination of skincare practices and lifestyle adjustments.
 
so awful!! Try putting on some sunscreen before starting to work every day.
Also, in the middle of the day, wash your face with cold water and some neutral soap
Applying sunscreen before starting your day is an excellent habit! Sunscreen is a crucial step in any skincare routine, as it helps protect your skin from the harmful effects of ultraviolet (UV) radiation.
 
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Because of my job, I have to sit before the computer and work the whole day. Less than half a day, my face is oily and looks digusted. I try to keep moisturizing but nothing changes. I don't know what to do.

Any advice? thanks in advance.
I use oil-controlled facial cleanser and moisturizing products. I choose moisturizing products because I read a artcle that if skin lacks of water, it will be oily. I don't know if computer makes my face more oily, but it is more oliy when i use computer.

and I tried exfoliating one time each week because it will hurt my skin if I use more often on my thin face skin.
To manage oily skin while using computers, try to Use oil-absorbing sheets throughout the day, and Keep face cleansed with a gentle cleanser, Use a non-comedogenic moisturizer don’t forget to Take breaks to blot excess oil.
 
To manage oily skin while using computers, try to Use oil-absorbing sheets throughout the day, and Keep face cleansed with a gentle cleanser, Use a non-comedogenic moisturizer don’t forget to Take breaks to blot excess oil.

Pretty sure she already found a solution. Considering she posted this in 2011.
 
Pretty sure she already found a solution. Considering she posted this in 2011.
Thank you for sharing your opinion, Even though this post is from 2011, it's great to see that you found a resolution. Your experience could still be helpful to others who come across similar challenges now. Sharing insights like mines can make a big difference to those looking for answers today.
 

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