Natural Skin Care for Oily Skin

Today women are very conscious about her physical appearance and personality because it directly influences success growth in her life. Proper diet and some effective beauty tips can increase your beauty. Below are some very useful home remedies for oily skin.

Effective Natural Packs for Oily Skin

1. Mix 60 grams flour of gram pulse, half teaspoonful of turmeric powder and raw milk and 8-10 drops of mustard, sesame or olive oil and make a thick paste. Now apply this on the face, neck, arms, hand, feet, elbows and knees. After 5-10 minutes when this face starts drying up rub it with the palms and remove. Wash all the parts of the body with warm water and wipe with a soft towel. This makes the skin clean, silky, soft, shining and bright. The paste of turmeric and flour of gram pulse removes freckles from the face. Wrinkles, blackness of the skin and unwanted facial hair are also removed. Do not apply on eyebrows, eyelashes and lips.

2. In a glass vessel take 100 gm of raw milk and squeeze one-fourth lemon in it (so much that the milk splits). Apply this on the face and hands and wash it with lukewarm water after 5-7 minutes. This makes the skin glowing and soft. Lemon has the ability to remove extra oils from the skin and make it soft. It is a cleaner for oily skin.

3. Grate cucumber and sieve in a cloth. In 30 gm of cucumber water add half teaspoonful of lemon juice and rose water. Apply this mixture with cotton on the face and neck. After one hour wash the face first with a natural look because it is a natural treatment and much better than synthetic creams. It is very effective in skin that has become dull due to sunshine.

For Excessive Oily Skin

If your skin is too oily apply a piece of ice dipped in milk on the face and the extra oil will be removed.

Disclaimer: The reader of this article should exercise all precautionary measures while following instructions on the home remedies from this article. Avoid using any of these products if you are allergic to it. The responsibility lies with the reader and not with the site or the writer.

Copyright © Nick Mutt, All Rights Reserved. If you want to use this article on your website or in your ezine, make all the urls (links) active.