Oily Face Try This Out

by Linda Hallman

mask for oily face

Oily skin is caused by pores that produce excess se-bum. Se-bum itself is a natural oil produced by the skin to moisturize the skin and hair.

But excess oil can clog pores and cause acne, blackheads to inflammation. To overcome this, you can use special masks for oily skin that can absorb excess oil.

Some of these natural ingredients you can use to do the treatment at home without having to spend a lot.

1. Banana

banana mask

Bananas are natural ingredients that can absorb excess oil. How to make a banana mask is by mashing a banana fruit in the bowl until smooth.

Then add 10 drops of lemon juice and one teaspoon of olive oil, stirring until evenly. Apply a mask to the face, let stand for 15 minutes and flush with warm water.

2. Egg whites

egg white mask

Prepare one egg white and one teaspoon of honey, shake until the mixture looks foamy. Mix one tablespoon of oatmeal until the dough becomes like a paste.

Apply it to the face and let stand for 10-15 minutes. Rinse thoroughly with warm water.

3. Mud Mask

mud mask

Mud, especially bentonite mud, is a potent natural ingredient to absorb toxins and impurities that clog pores. Not only suitable for oily skin, this mask can also treat dull skin, breakouts and blackheads.

How to make it mix two tablespoons of bentonite mud powder with one teaspoon of green tea and one teaspoon of lemon juice. Stir until well blended using a wooden spoon.

Apply a mixture of masks to the face using a hand or brush mask. Let stand up to 15 minutes and rinse thoroughly with warm water. Continue with your routine skincare.

4. Yogurt and Banana

yogurt and banana

Yogurt contains lactic acid that can remove dead skin cells and tighten pores, which is certainly more potent in treating oily skin when combined with bananas.

How to make it puree half a banana using a fork then mix 1 tablespoon of yogurt and one teaspoon turmeric powder. Apply a mask to the face using a brush. Let stand for 20 minutes then rinse the face using warm water and a fine cloth.

5. Oatmeal

oatmeal mask

Oatmeal masks and onions can take care of oily skin and breakouts. Oatmeal has the ability to clear pores thoroughly and onion has anti-inflammatory strength.

How to make it prepare 1/3 cups of fresh oatmeal, 1/4 cups of boiling water, one fruit of onions and 1/2 teaspoons of honey. Soak oatmeal in boiling water for five minutes. Create a onion puree using a food processor.

Mix puree and honey to oatmeal paste while still warm. Stir and apply to the face, let stand for 10 minutes before rinsed with warm water.

6. Turmeric

turmeric mask

Turmeric can not only treat oily skin but it also make skin more glowing. How to make it, mix 1/4 teaspoons of turmeric powder and two tablespoons of flour so that the mask can thickens.

After being mixed, add two teaspoons of honey and 1/4 cups of yogurt. Apply a mask to the face and let stand for 15-20 minutes. Use a towel or soft cloth that is wet and warm to clean the mask.

7. Honey

honey mask

To prevent oily skin from being breakable, you can use honey masks and palm sugar to ex-foliate and moisturize. Mix one tablespoon of palm sugar with one tablespoon of honey.

Apply a mixture of mask to the face and let stand for 10 minutes then rinse with warm water. Use this mask once a week to treat oily skin.

8. Cucumber

cucumber mask

Natural masks for other oily and dull faces are those containing cucumber. Cucumber is a natural astringent that can remove sebum, dirt and dead skin cells.

How to make it mix one tablespoon of lemon juice with two tablespoons of cucumber juice. Apply the mixture in the face, let stand for 20 minutes and rinse with clean water. Don't forget to use sunscreen in the morning after using this mask.

9. Tomato

tomato mask

Tomatoes are natural astringent that can fight excess oil. How to make a tomato mask is mix one tablespoon of tomato juice with one tablespoon of honey, stir until evenly. Apply a mask to the face and let stand for 10 minutes then rinse with warm water.

10. Aloe Vera

aloe-Vera mask

Aloe Vera has many benefits for oily skin. Its anti-civilization ability can soothe inflamed skin and its natural astringent can absorb excess oil.

How to make it take two tablespoons of aloe gel directly from the leaves. Add one tablespoon of honey and stir until evenly. Apply a mask to the face and let stand for 15 minutes, rinse using warm water.

11. Orange

orange mask

Masks for other oily skin can be made with a combination of orange, yogurt and honey. These masks can resist excess oil while encouraging collagen production and minimizing fine lines and wrinkles.

How to make it mix two tablespoons of yogurt, one tablespoon of honey and one tablespoon of orange juice in a bowl. Stir until evenly and apply a mask to the face. Let stand for 15 minutes and rinse thoroughly with warm water.

12. Strawberry

strawberry mask

Destroy strawberries until smooth.

Apply it to the entire face evenly.

Let stand for 10-15 minutes.

Clean the face with warm water and dry it with a clean towel.

If you have oily skin, it is also recommended that you don't use a cleanser that contains cream or milk, moisturizers, and too often cleanse the face.

Doing all treatment with natural ingredients does take a little longer than the chemicals. But the results obtained no more hurt your own skin. We only do nurses on our skin, instead of hurling it. Make sure you are painstaking and patient in every process yes guys...

And if you are impatient with the results given by the various facial masks for the oily skin above, you may seek help to a dermatologist or a trusted beautician.


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    my bioLinda Hallman. My first interest is photography, cooking, sports, and the travel and lifestyle elements of those endeavors followed in suit. I am fascinated with capturing subtle moments within broader experiences. I think that there is a simple magic in portraying the current emotions of subject or encompassing the sheer magnitude of a landscape within a single frame.