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A Few Tricks To Keep Oily Skin At Bay

Oily skin can be annoying at times, with the large and spacious oil glands producing much of the oil. Yeah, we can say that oily skins are a bit demanding, yet it is the fact that oil produced by the body keeps your skin healthy. The only issue is that in some people, it is produced in excess that can flare-up acne and blemishes.

In girls with oily skin, we often hear the issue about makeup that doesn’t last long. But it’s not the end of the world, even oily skin can be turned into a glowing one. All you have to do is - to be a bit careful about the products you use. And if you are already following some strict skin care regime, then check if it is working for you or not. As every skin has a varying requirement. You must have been aware of the three tricks for oily skin that is – cleansing, scrubbing, and toning. But there are little secrets of these also so let’s look into it:

Cleansing:

Cleansing is the need of every skin type, but girls with oily skin will have to carry it in a different way. At first, stop using the soap that is triggering the oil production and switch to a better cleanser. Natural cleansers are termed the best for oily skin. Some of the best mixes of natural cleansers are yogurt, olive oil, honey and lemon. While washing your face use these natural products. The combination of honey and lemon has a remarkable effect as it can also soothe acne skin. Apply it on your face and leave for 5 minutes, after that gently wash with lukewarm water. If you are following a busy schedule, then a cleanser with salicylic acid can work best for you.

Exfoliating:

While scrubbing we forget that pressurizing the skin will ultimately lead to pimples. Scrubbing is nothing but a gentle massage of the skin with small granules. The next time you scrub, don’t over do it. Even excess scrubbing can cause issues as you are removing the protective barrier (your skin) and leaving it open to bacteria, dirt and pollution. There are scrubs available in the market, yet you can use the products from the kitchen as an exfoliant. A mixture of sugar and olive oil or yogurt and oatmeal will work effectively on your skin. Make sure you gently exfoliate your skin twice a week.

Toner:

Toning the skin is a must if you have oily skin. It prevents the oil to run down over your face. You will be surprised to know that you do not have to buy those expensive toners from the market, as you can easily get some awesome toners in your kitchen. Vinegar, being one of them. Yes equally mix vinegar and water and dab it around your face and neck, this act as the best toner. Along with toning vinegar also act as a disinfectant.  Some of the other skin toner is - A mixture of chamomile herbal tea bag and water and lemon juice. Test these on a small patch of your skin before you use them to make sure you don’t have a rection.

                With just three hassle free tricks, your skin can switch from shiny to glowing.


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