Oily skin is characterized by dilated pores, blackheads and pimples and often appears shiny, thick or slightly waxy. Oily skin is caused by hyperactivity of the sebaceous glands that produce more oil than you need. It can be due to puberty or other hormonal imbalances, stress, antibiotics, and exposure to heat or excessive humidity. The oiliness of your skin can change from day to day, depending on the weather and season.
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