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Home Remedies for Oily Skin

Home Remedies for Oily Skin

Out of all the skin types that we are introduced to, oily skin is altogether a different ordeal. Naturally overactive sebaceous glands can almost ruin everything, even the makeup that you’ve put on. Just a couple of hours outdoors, the excess oil brings all the makeup down. We don’t want you to hide your face at your next gala time. Yes, we have got you covered with some amazing ‘desi nuskaas’ that serve the purpose to the utmost extent.  

Say hello to your pantry and goodbye to your oily skin without spending a penny on your DIY skincare remedies. Here’s a list of home remedies to deal with your oily skin:

Raw Milk

As our moms keep on telling ‘milk is always good for you,’ we just can’t agree more with it! Using cold raw milk on your oily skin surely does wonders for your skin as it helps to significantly reduce the formation of oil on the skin by clogging the pores. It also helps fight against those unwanted oily bacteria that stick against the walls of the epidermis.

Simply apply some raw milk to your oily skin and rinse after it is dried. 

Apple Paste

Maybe the dermatologist doctor would say ‘an apple a day keeps oily skin away’. Your skin oozing out constantly can be effectively treated with apples. Those with sensitive and oily skin can get away with blemishes, acne, and clogged pores. It is power-packed with antioxidants, vitamins A, B, and C, to soothe several skin problems associated with dull and oily skin. Simply apply some grated apple puree to your affected skin and leave it for at least 15 minutes.

Oh! Honey!

The versatile honey comes with a host of benefits. Its antiseptic and antibacterial properties make honey a key ingredient that can be used consumed or applied in raw form. In the skincare industry, this kitchen ingredient is quite popular for its nourishing and skin-soothing properties. Those with oily skin conditions can apply honey directly to the affected area and leave it for 10 minutes. Rinse with water and continue this process for a few days. 

Lemon Juice

‘When life gives you a lemon, squeeze it!’ (No pun intended of course) Yes, squeeze it to prepare your DIY face mask to get rid of oily skin. Ensure to keep the water content higher in the blend of lemon mask that you are preparing as it could react differently on your skin alone. Let the lemon extract settle on your skin for at least 5 minutes and wash it off with water. You can also add honey and milk to it to enhance its efficacy. The natural antibacterial properties of lemon excellently work on acne-prone oily skin to give ultra-clear and smooth skin.


Movie freaks would know how cucumbers are beneficial especially during those parlour scenes. However, cucumbers can indeed be an excellent addition to an ideal skincare routine. Those with oily skin should simply cut a slice of a cucumber and rub it over the affected area of the skin. Rinse with water after it dries or you can leave it overnight for radiant oil-free skin.

Oh! So Tomato!

Are you only seeing those large pores oozing out oil each time you peep into your mirror? Use those tomatoes that are stored in the kitchen for your next recipe. Crush the tomato and strain the juice to apply all over the affected area of the skin. Gently massage your face in a circular motion for 15 minutes and rinse. For fabulous results, you need to repeat this remedy daily. Your oily and acne-prone skin will thank you for this!


If you haven’t tried an egg white mask for your oily and big pores, you must do it right away! It is the easiest and most effective solution to reduce those pores and tighten the skin overall. All you have to do is take one egg, separate the white from the yolk, and add a few drops of lemon juice to it. Simply whisk and apply the mask to the affected area and let it dry. Rinse with normal water to see an effective result. 

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