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Oily Skin - If you have oily skin, the paper will have spots of facial oil on it, corresponding to the areas of your cheeks, nose, and forehead. Oily Skin is problematic - it usually looks greasy, thick, coarse, and shiny, has enlarged pores, and tends to break into acne.  Oily skin is not prone much to aging and wrinkling. Careful cleaning, minimizing of carbohydrate consumption, and avoiding rich creams can be helpful in improving the quality of oily skin.

Ideal Foods for those with Oily Skin include: mung beans, berries, bitter melon, lemon, grapefruit, apples, grapes and celery

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Dry Skin - If your skin is dry, the paper will be clean, too, but your face skin will feel flaky, dry, and tight after you have wiped it. Dry can easily develop a sallow tone, wrinkles, and fine pores, and it is very prone to aging and irritating. It might still look great on a young person, but, to keep it healthy, you should apply thorough care and use regular skin treatments with natural masks and moisturizers.

Ideal foods for those with Dry Skin include: tremella, honey, pears, olives, cabbage, honeydew, bananas

Normal Skin - If you skin belongs to a normal type, the tissue will not reveal any traces of oil. Your skin should feel vibrant, elastic, and supple. Normal is the least problematic type. It looks clean and smooth and has a good circulation and healthy complexion. Even with a minimum care, it will look good well into your advanced age.

Ideal foods for those with Normal Skin include: watermelon, cucumber, onion, mushroom