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Oily Skin and large pores can have a serious effect on a person’s self-esteem. While skin type is genetic, environmental factors and improper skincare can aggravate or improve skin condition. You may be born with the best skin, but if you regularly abuse it by not using sunscreen and the right skincare products, eventually, your natural gifts will fade.
With oily skin, it is important to wash your face regularly, not touch it frequently and use non-comedogenic products that won’t clog your pores. Aside from off-the-counter skincare products, you can try treating oily skin with some homemade remedies. These treatments use easily available kitchen products to control sebum production.
Natural Home Remedies For Oily Skin
Honey is an easy, affordable and effective treatment for oily skin. And there is no need to add any mix-ins to honey. Honey has natural anti-bacterial and antiseptic properties, which help to gently treat oily and acne-prone skin. Apply a thin layer of honey on your face. Leave for 10-15 minutes, and then wash off with warm water. You will notice an immediate difference with tighter, clearer skin.
Oatmeal is another great, easily available pantry ingredient used to combat oily skin. You can use a mixture of oats and water or add some honey to maximize effectiveness. Follow the same steps. Apply the mixture for 10-15 minutes and then wash off with warm water.
Aloe Vera is a great overnight product to combat oily skin. Aloe vera also helps treat hyperpigmentation, sunburn, scarring, dark spots and acne, making it a super remedy. If you have sensitive skin, it’s best to do a spot test or apply aloe vera only for a short duration.
While charcoal may seem aggressive, it is, in fact, a pretty full-proof ingredient for controlling sebum production. The key is to use charcoal sparingly. Ideally, a weekly charcoal mask is more than suitable.
Buttermilk and milk both make for great at-home oil control treatments. The lactic acid present in milk sucks out impurities and oil, leaving you with tighter, cleaner skin.
The salicylic acid present in tomatoes acts as a great acne remedy. It also helps to absorb excess oil.
Eggs and Lemon
While both these ingredients can be independently used to help draw out excess oil, lemon by itself can sometimes sting. The acid in lemons absorbs oil, and combined with egg whites, helps to tighten pores and lift sagging skin.
A routine coupled with home remedies will over time lead to clean, clear and oil-free skin. You can maximize the benefits of regular skincare with spas, facials and dermatologist-supervised treatments. Amongst the most buzzed-about treatments in recent years is HydraFacial in surrey. Our glow bright facials are a skin treatment provided by our medical spa in White Rock and HydraFacial Morgan Creek.
This non-invasive procedure, similar to microdermabrasion, helps to exfoliate and hydrate your skin. The vortex-like wand used in HydraFacial in Surrey cleans dirt and oil from deep within your pores.
Another significant advantage of our glow bright facials is that it is gentler than chemical peels and micro-needling. You can find these facials at spas South Surrey and White Rock spa. The HydraFacial White Rock tackles hard-hitting skin concerns like ageing, dry skin, acne, pigmentation, sun damage and scarring. Hydrafacial at spas South Surrey have an overall impact on skin texture and appearance and are especially effective for oily skin, prone to breakouts.