I see. I put new OEM seals in my turbo charge pipe (red one) but this did not cure my problem and i still got a film of oil on the outisde of the pipe after a short while.
I have had numerous issues mostly relating to the bloody vacuum system but have sorted these now.
The last thing i did was to remove the boost pipe and clean it - there was no oil on the top side but there was on the underside meaning i was still losing turbo pressure,
So i applied a liberal coating of silicone grease to the seals at each end and the connections at the tubo and ic and reattached.
Now, my car has no lag and boosts like it used to, with good pick up when push the throttle and also increased fuel economy.
That was all i did - silicone grease! There is a note on a section in TIS that refers to using an 'anti friction' paste when replacing these pipes.
I am not saying that this will fix your problem but might be worth a try and is easy and not expensive.