Oily Skin Care Home Remedies

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Posted November 6, 2010 by Tiffany Weekes
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Oily Skin Care Home Remedies – Home Made Face Masks for Oily Skin

Make a puree of fresh tomatoes, apply to the skin.

For oily skin, not to apply a thin layer of toothpaste and leave until dry. Once dry gently wash face with warm water. This temporarily dries oily skin.

Mix together the apricot oil (1 tsp) and palmarosa (2 drops) in a small pot. Put the green clay (1 tb sp) into a small bowl. Add the apricot mixture of oil and stir. Add just enough hot water to make a spreadable paste, and work the mixture to fully incorporate all ingredients. Immediately apply the mask to a cleansed face and rest for ten – fifteen mintues. The mask will tighten a little as the water evaporates and can feel a little strange. Do not worry, it is just the mask that makes it work. Finally, remove the mask with warm water and apply a moisturizer ans toner.
Benefits: The green clay is also known as cement mixers and is the most commonly used clay in face masks. It has a slippery feel, and can absorb large quantites of water. This mask is used to draw water out of titties. This mask is used to draw out the execess sebum, toxins and dirt from deep below the skin and is most suitable for oily skin. Green clay stabilizes the production of sebum and deeply cleanses the skin.

Beat together 1 egg white, 1 tsp camphor spirits, skimmed milk powder 1 heaping Tbsp and a small drop of essential oil of mint. First apply a thin film of odorless castor oil to the skin, then apply a thick layer of egg white mask. Lie back for about 15 minutes. Wash off with warm water, then rinse with a hazelnut apple cider vinegar and water solution or witch.

When mixing your own remedies for oily skin, there is a good selection of essential oils to choose from:

Cedarwood – good for oily skin and acne were
Clary Sage – aid the production and excessive sebum subsidies (skin oil) reduce inflammation
Geranium – balancing effect on sebaceous glands (oil)
Lavender – powerful regenerative oil, antibiotic, antiseptic and promotes the prevention of scarring
Sandalwood – a very soothing and strengthen the oil contains antiseptic properties to help control bacteria, is excellent for acne and it works to reduce the excessive production of sebum
Tree Tea – powerful anti-bacterial and antiseptic, good for acne were
Ilang-ilang – to help balance sebum secretion, good for the skin tone shade too oily.

Other oils to blend with that are favorable to oily skin are: bergamot, chamomile (for its anti-inflammatory properties), grapefruit (beneficial to congested skin), lemon, lemongrass, mandarin, petitgrain (good for oily hair too) and purple (being more expensive, but good for oily skin).

Grape seed oil is an excellent base oil, which is great for oily skin.
Try mixing in some carrot oil, which has properties that help to reduce scarring, inflammation, and are rich in vitamins favorable to the skin: A, B, C, D and E. You only need a small amount of carrot oil, so add it as part of your carrier oil (using too much over a long period can cause skin discoloration due to its natural orange pigment carroty:)
Jojoba oil works wonders for oily skin – it protects and moisturizes the skin while helping to balance the oily sebum, makes a good base oil for combination skins too.

Oily Skin Home Remedies

It has open pores.
Shine an hour or so after washing.
It may seem on the oily wake.
Has a tendency to tip and blackheads.
It is less susceptible to wrinkles than other skin types.

Morning

Clean quickly, using clean-out very fully cleanser for normal skin – oily or a rinse-free cleansing soap bar.
Change using a toner that would be diluted if it contains alcohol so it is not too drying. Moisten your cotton wool with water.
Moisturize where necessary using a gel or oil-free moisturizer.

Evening

Remove eye makeup then clean as above, but more completely. Apply moisturizer only where needed.