Do and don’ts for oily skin
The accumulation of excess oil on the outer skin layer often leads to Oily skin. The accumulation of excess oil on the outer skin layer often leads to whiteheads, blackheads, blind pimples and other skin problems. Oily skin is too troublesome and unsightly. Excess oil on the skin can invite many infections and also look unappealing. Eating certain kinds of food can produce increase oil production in your skin.
There are some do’s and don’ts for oily skin we should know
- Use slightly acidic cleansers to protect the skin keeps bacteria from entering the body through the skin.
- Avoid soaps as they are too alkaline leaving the skin vulnerable to bacteria.
- exfoliate the skin with apple cider vinger at bed time as this acts a acne treatment for oily skin. Apply apple cider vinger to face with cotton ball and rinse it of after 10 minutes before going to bed.
- Use citrus fruits and cucumber as a home remedy to reduce oiliness and refresh the skin.Mix lemon juice and cucumber juice by patting on the face and rinse it off after drying with warm water.
- Retinoid products decrease oil production in the skin and also helps to decrease black heads.
- Egg yolk home remedy dries out the skin. Use a cotton ball to apply the yolk to oily spots. Leave on for 15 minutes and then rinse off with cool water.
- Using blotting papper instead of washing the face as it absorb the extra oil. Blotting paper is better because it contains a small amount of powder which evens out skin color.
- Don’t use creamy or milky cleansers
- Don’t sleep on dirty pillows
- Don’t use moisturizer instead of that use gel or serum with anti-aging ingredients.
- Don’t Use Cream Based Sunscreens they make skin greasy. Powder based sunscreen is best option.