Four Steps that Will Help You Take Care of Your Oily Skin

How to Take Care of Your Oily Skin Properly?

One of the most prevalent skin issues is oily skin. It comes with its own set of problems, such as a greasy appearance and acne breakouts. Good news, right? If you follow a good skincare routine for oily skin and use the right products, these difficulties can be less of a problem.

It’s no surprise that we all want to go above and beyond in our skincare routines to keep excess oil away and keep our skin clear. You don’t need to spend much money on costly items that can harm you by containing too many chemicals. We strongly advise staying natural when it comes to an oily skin routine. 

1. Wash your face at least twice a day:

Cleansing your face twice a day is the most efficient technique to decrease excess oil from your skin. Wash your face with warm water twice a day, once in the morning and once at night. This will eliminate the dirt and oil particles that have accumulated on your skin. 

Always wash your face with mild soap for an oily skincare routine. You might choose a glycerine-based product because it is gentle on the skin. Natural cleansers are preferable to commercial products that can strip your skin of its natural oils. 

Oily skin responds well to honey and lemon cleansers, as well as rose water, neem, cucumber, and turmeric cleansers. To regulate excess oil and make your skin seem healthy, use a homemade blend of gram flour and turmeric.

2. Make use of toner:

When it comes to toners, the golden rule is to apply one after cleansing and before moisturizing. Dehydrated skin, regardless of skin type, can appear unhealthy and lifeless. Toner should be used to replenish it. 

Alcohol-free toners are the best for hydrating greasy skin and slowing the ageing process. 2 parts apple cider vinegar to 1 part water makes a natural and cheap toner for oily skin.

3. Maintain a healthy diet and avoid foods high in fat:

Spicy, sugary, and fried foods may appeal to you, but avoid them if your skin is oily. Processed foods and dairy products might also harm your skin’s health. Make sure you’re getting all of the vitamins and minerals you need. 

To do so, increase your intake of fruits, vegetables, nuts, cereals, meats, eggs, and pulses. AIn addition, an oil-free diet can aid in the care of oily skin.

4. Give your skin a good scrub weekly:

Exfoliating once a week with a gentle oily skin scrub is one of the greatest ways to keep your skin less oily. Exfoliating your skin as part of your oily skincare routine controls excess oil, eliminates dead skin, and clears the pores, particularly in regions prone to whiteheads and blackheads, such as the nose and chin. 

Scrub your face with a soft and gentle motion. Scrubs with lemon sugar are a good choice if you prefer natural ingredients. Oily skin responds well to cucumber and walnut scrubs. Scrubbing can also be done using natural chemicals at home.

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Samira Laaqissi

Samira is a Middle-Eastern beauty expert passionate about skincare and makeup. Samira lived in different Arabic countries and worked in some of the most prestigious beauty centres in Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Doha. That is how Samira acquired most of her knowledge about beauty and the Arabic skincare rituals.