BioDerm RX Washing the skin with something acidic, such as lemon juice, can help reduce oil on the face. Once or twice weekly, use the lemon juice to shrink enlarged pores and soak up excess oil. You should not wear socks or gloves that are wet. If you have wet clothes like socks, this can irritate skin and cause flaking, bleeding, or eczema. When you wear any type of glasses on a regular basis, it is essential to clean them weekly. Bacteria left on the bridge can clog up pores on your nose. Cleaning the nose piece with soap and water is a simple way to get this done. Good skin care depends on plenty of water. Your skins can be starved for water if you don't drink those recommended sixty-four ounces. If your body is not getting enough water, your skin may tell you about it by becoming itchy and dry. To avoid this, and bring your skin the bounce and resiliency it needs, make sure to maintain a steady intake of water. It is always best to stick with powder foundations when you have skin that is more on the oily side. These are used to soak up oil on the skin and make it look smoother. If your skin is oily, steer clear of liquid foundation which can make it worse. Finding time to relax and enjoy a hobby can actually be good for your skin, too. If you are stressed, this can cause your skin distress. If you do a hobby that you enjoy, this can lessen your stress and your skin will respond with fewer stress-related blemishes. Don't forget to read the label when shopping for sunscreen. Sunscreen ingredients vary widely. The most effective sunscreens that protect your skin from harmful UV rays should contain at least one broad-spectrum ingredient, such as zinc oxide, titanium dioxide, or avobenzone.