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Home remedies for oily skin

Your skin needs internal, as well as external care, which means you should eat a lot of salads with sprouts, radish, cucumber, tomatoes, beans, corns, etc., and drink up to ten glasses of fresh water every day. It is important that you hydrate properly to maintain a healthy looking skin. You can squeeze a few drops of lemon in your water from time to time, to control the secretions. Here are some tips on how to deal with oily skin.

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Internally:

Avoid fried food in the summer! Instead, try eating roasted, steamed or baked food, and drink as much green tea as you can, which is a great antioxidant. Amlas are also good for you, as they are filled with vitamin C, which purifies your blood and delays ageing. One Amla per day would do the trick.

Externally:

Face Wash – Take 1 tsp. of fuller’s earth and mix it with ½ tsp. of gram flour and 1 tsp. of sandal wood powder. Then add ½ tsp. of rose water, ½ tsp. of lemon juice a pinch of turmeric and then pour some milk until you get a nice, smooth paste. Wash your face with the paste in the morning and in the evening. If you have leftover paste, store it in the fridge for up to 5 days.

Face Pack – Take 1 tsp. of honey, ½ tsp. of lemon juice and a pinch of turmeric. Mix them well together and then apply on the face and neck. Rinse with water after 15 minutes. Another method for oil reduction is through steaming. Take a cup of water and put 3 mint leaves in it, a little camphor and a little boric acid. Let it simmer for a few minutes and then place your face on the steams and remain there for about 3 minutes. Gently wipe your face and then wash with regular water.

Face Scrub – Take some wheat husk and mix it with some lemon drops and milk. Apply the mixture on the face and massage it circularly, then rinse. Repeat the process twice a week, as it stimulates your blood flow and also removes dead skin cells. 

 

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