Botox may be best known for smoothing out fine lines and wrinkles, but since it was approved by the FDA for cosmetic use in 2002, the injectable has evolved from a purely reactive measure to a preventative one, too.

At a basic level, Botox inhibits muscle contraction by blocking signals from the nerves to the muscles — and in the 16 years since it was green-lit to treat forehead lines and crow’s feet, it also got the stamp of FDA approval as a tool for both hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating) and migraines. Now, a fourth use is cropping up, if only off-label for now: treating oily skin.

Yep, good news for oil-slicks everywhere: A few injections to the forehead could decrease oil production enough to calm a shiny T-zone, albeit subtly.