Oily skin is easily identified by sebum (excess of oil) on the face. Some people with oily skin begin to feel greasy only a few hours after washing.
You may also notice more oil on your “T-zone” because of all the oil glands in the forehead, nose, and chin.
These tips will help you deal with your oil skin easily.
Having an oily skin does not stop you from using a moisturizer. Use a moisturizer that is specifically for Combination/Oily Skin or one that is for All Skin Types.
Oil cleansers were made for greasy skin types. The oil in the face wash attracts your skin’s sebum, so you can rinse both away without stripping your face.
When it comes to your skin, avoid pore-clogging foundations that feel heavy. Look for lighter textures and keywords like oil-control or mattifying. And if there’s only a little you want to cover up, choose powder over foundation.
4. Homemade Masks
Lemon Mask: Two tablespoons of lemon juice, the bunch of parsley and whipped egg yolks All the ingredients should be mixed and applied. Leave for half an hour.
Cucumber Mask: Cucumber and protein mask is used to moisturize and cleanse the pores.
Clean your skin and apply the cucumber juice, protein comes the next layer. Leave this film to drying. This lifting cucumber mask for oily and porous skin is suitable for everyday use.
Consume meals rich in antioxidants and omega-3 fatty acids to help the skin improve in texture and appearance. People with oily skin can try to avoid foods high in fats and sugar as oily and greasy foods cause oily skin.
Physical fitness and exercise can reduce the levels of oil produced by androgens when stress triggers the production.
Wash your skin as regularly as you can.