The term ’tissue thinning’ has become a common term for women with oily, dry, acne-prone skin who want to rid themselves of their wrinkles.

However, it’s not clear whether the idea is a good idea or not, and some products are actually more effective than others. 

The facial cleansers above work by separating the oily skin cells, making it easier for them to shed.

This is where the ‘dry’ version of this product comes in, as it helps to loosen the skin’s outer layers. 

Some of the products below are more effective when they are combined, and you can use them in the morning and night as well. 

To remove excess oil from your skin, apply a small amount of moisturiser to your face.

If you’re using a facial cleansing mask, try to get it onto your face first, before you apply any other facial products. 

For oily skin, you’ll want to use a gentle cleanser or face wash to loosen up any skin spots, and then apply a moisturiser like toner or jojoba oil.

This will help to remove any dead skin cells. 

 To help prevent acne from forming, apply this product to your skin after cleansing.

This moisturiser will soften up your skin and help prevent breakouts, while the jojuboba oil and toner will help smooth out the lines. 

If you’re trying to reduce the appearance of fine lines, use a facial moisturiser after using the facial cleansery mask. 

Do you know of any products that work better together?

Let us know in the comments.