3 Easy Ways How To Deal With Oily Skin

Oily skin is a hereditary characteristic of our skin. In fact, some are born with enlarged sebaceous glands, which are responsible for the increased production of sebum and for all their subsequent effects, such as gloss, but also for black spots or pimples, which indicate the presence of acne. Those women, of course, have oily skin, they also have an important asset! Oily skin “breaks” harder than any other type of skin. Do not feel so unlucky if you have oily skin, as long as you take care of it. So lets see how to deal with oily skin and get a glowing complexion!

 

How to deal with oily skin?

Gloss
The increased activity of sebaceous glands is a given for oily skins, so the gloss on their face is very frequent and intensifies during periods of stress.

Open pores
It is the classic sign of oily skin. Pores are bigger, more open and very visible. Indeed, at some areas of the face they may be so intense that they look like holes.

Blackheads and black spots
Black spots indicate blockage of pores from sebum. Pimples usually coexist (or may occur later) with oily skin. Both indicate acne.

 

1. Open Pores

Will Help: There are masks and skincare creams with substances that lightly exfoliate and renew the skin, while tightening the pores. Do not fall into the trap to use heavy makeup products (e.g. compact make up and powders) to cover your open pores, because in the end you will block them and the results will be even worse (black spots and pimples).

Alternative treatment
In 15 ml of staple oil and 15 ml of primrose oil, add the following amounts of essential oils: 10 drops of geranium, 10 drops of lemon and 10 drops of lavender. Use it afternoon-evening, applying it for 15 minutes to a clean, dry face.

The Natural Ingredients
Lemon:It is astringent and helps in the body’s defense against infections.
Geranium: It is healing, it rebuilds the epidermis.
White and green argil: Deep cleanses, regulates oiliness.

 

2. Gloss

characteristics of combination skin

Will Help: How to deal with oily skin and its glossiness? Cleansing your skin should be done up to twice a day and not more often, with a mild cleanser soap and lukewarm water. The more frequent cleansing can increase the secretion of sebum and, therefore, greasiness and glossiness. You can remove grease during the day with astringent papers or an absorbent tissue.

Alternative Treatment
In 50 ml of base cream, add the following amounts of essential oils: 5 drops of lemon, 5 drops of thyme and 5 drops of cedar. You can use this product every night.

The Natural Ingredients
Cypress: Smoothens sebum secretion.
Bergamot: Anti-inflammatory.

Tip! Lemon is phototoxic, so whatever recipes it is present in, it should be used in the afternoon and the following morning rinse you should the skin well and wear sunscreen before sun exposure.

 

3. Blackheads and Black Spots

Will Help:Do not use many cosmetics at the same time and whatever you choose to use it should be non-greasy and oil-free. This is exactly what Caviar of Switzerland cosmetics do with all the best anti aging agents!

Alternative Treatment
In 10 ml of base oil add the following amounts of essential oils: 2 drops of lavender, 2 drops of lemon and 2 drops of tea tree oil. You can use it locally with a cotton swab on pimples every night.

The Natural Ingredients
Alert: Eliminates toxins, helps to remove acne.
Lavender: Antiseptic, soothing.
Tea Tree: Fungicide, removes the oiliness.
Propolis: Antiseptic.

The ingredients mentioned in the recipes can be found in pharmacies that have homeopathic medicines or organic products. So this is how to deal with oily skin!

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