To the eye, oily skin is often shiny, with visible pores. To the touch, it is somewhat greasy, thick and firm. The oiliest portions of the face are generally the nose, chin and forehead ("T-Zone" ). Oily skin can be "normalized" with proper treatments and patience. Skin should not be dried too rapidly - the sebaceous glands, in order to provide protection for the skin surface, may become overactive. The Reviva Lab method keeps the skin in balance.