Facing problems with oily skin? Not anymore!
Oily skin can either be a result of one being in scorching heat for a long time, using excessive makeup on your face or it can just be caused by genetics. Either way, it is still a very big problem for people. When you have oily skin the chances are that your skin tends to get greasy during the course of the day and this leads to breakouts and it might affect your makeup application.
Who wants their face to shine all day obviously not in a good way because of oily skin? No one! But how can we possibly get rid of this problem without spending thousands on skincare products? For this, we have penned down some extremely useful home remedies and hacks that will help keep your skin looking matte and even your skin from melting without breaking the bank!
Here are some of those remedies:
- Wash Your Face
This goes without saying. Wash your face regularly a minimum of 2 times a day. This will help to wash away any excess oils on your face but everything done extensively can be harmful so make sure to not overdo it. Choosing mildly formulated soaps or the ones made up of natural ingredients will be helpful to prevent oil from building up on your face.
Moisturizing your face should be an integral part of your whole skincare routine. If you are not doing it regularly, your skin will overcompensate for the lack of moisture by producing more oil. As we all know moisturizers can be quite expensive so making a moisturizer at home with natural ingredients might be the most pocket friendly solution. Use aloe vera with rose water and apply the mixture twice a day to your face. This will help to hydrate your oily skin without making it greasy!
- Use Honey
Honey is one of those ingredients that you’ll always find in your home. Apart from it’s unique and perfectly sweet taste, it can also help to prevent oily skin. It’s antibacterial properties help to keep the skin moist and not oily. Plus it is so easy to use. Just apply honey to your face and keep it like that for some time and then wash your face with some warm water. Do this regularly and you’ll definitely find some positive results!
- Use Homemade Clay Masks
Healing clay or green clay have proven to be very beneficial in absorbing skin oil and treating acne because of them being highly absorbent. On top of that, these clay masks are so easy to make at home. Just use some clay and add rose water or just plain water to it. Apply the mask for some time and then wash your face with warm water. It is so simple! Little time and effort are being used but it provides satisfactory results.
- Use of Blotting Sheets
Too much secretion of oil clogs your pores and causes breakouts and nobody ever wants that! In order to remove excess oil from your face, keep blotting sheets handy. They are super effective and essential as they help to soak up excess oil from your face and prevent it from clogging your pores. Keep blotting sheets at your home at all times and you are good to go!
You may be confused about how a food ingredient is good for your skin by just applying it. The answer is the acidic nature of tomatoes makes them a very useful product for exfoliation, absorbing oils and preventing clogging of pores. Tomatoes being rich in vitamin b also helps in minimizing the oil production on the face. Use it by forming a scrub by mixing some sugar to it and applying it to your face or you can just directly apply raw tomato slices or it’s pulp directly to your face. Wash it off after some time and once you start doing it regularly you’ll finally see your skin becoming less oily.
Another ingredient that can be found in everybody’s home is almonds. It not only helps in exfoliating your skin but it can also help to soak up the excess oil preventing it from clogging your pores that leads to breakouts. Just grind them up and mix them with honey and you’ll get a very beneficial scrub made from natural ingredients. Apply it to your face and then wash it with warm water after some time. This home remedy is as easy to do as it sounds!
- Use of Charcoal Containing Products
Charcoal is known for having cleaning powers as it easily cleans out any excess oil found around your pores. Charcoal masks are one of the easiest ways of using charcoal and also they are pretty easy to make yourself at home. Although charcoal is a very strong ingredient to use, it is beneficial if it’s not used regularly and can be used with care.
- Apply Oatmeal to Your Face
Besides being a very nutritious breakfast, oatmeal can be applied to the face and it works wonders! Due to its anti-inflammatory properties, it keeps your skin very calm and cool while absorbing any excess oil from your face. So next time when you are eating oatmeal don’t forget to apply some on your face to get the advantage of this quick and easy home remedy for oily skin.
Beauty Sleep to Regenerate Your Skin
Say goodbye to oily skin with these quick and inexpensive home remedies with products that are easily found in your house. Home remedies’ success depends on a lot of things which include what quality products one is using or how sensitive somebody’s skin is. Sometimes some people tend to get allergic to some of these natural ingredients so always try to consult your dermatologist even for home remedies. Always use high quality products for your remedies and you are good to go with fresh and non oily skin for the rest of your day!
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