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The top anti-aging magazine and website, New Beauty, featured Dr. Schweiger in their story about the relationship that women with oily skin have with aging. The question they raised: "Do women with oily skin age better?" is a great one. It makes sense to associate oilier skin types with smoother, wrinkle-free skin, since natural oils help hydrate and moisturize the skin.  But does that theory hold up? "Oilier skin types enjoy less dryness and flaking than those with drier complexions," says Dr. Schweiger. "But that does not necessarily mean someone with oilier skin will age slower than a person with drier skin." His advice, as told to New Beauty, is for all skin types to use a daily moisturizer to lock in the natural moisture of the skin. "In addition, if you forget to moisturize, the skin can sometimes overproduce oil, making it appear more oily," he told New Beauty. The other crucial step to preserve your skin, regardless if it's dry or oily, is to use a broad spectrum sunscreen every single day. Read our tips on how to use makeup to appear younger.
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