The Best Beauty Products for Oily Skin

Having oily skin does come with its own set of advantages, but it seldom feels like an advantage unfortunately. In fact, if the excess oil release and build-up is too great, it is very likely that you will end up with acne due to the clogged pores, not to mention, a greasy face that will inevitably attract dust particles. If you can relate to what you just read, then do go through the following beauty products that might just solve your oily skin problems forever.

Astringent Toners

It is common knowledge that if you have oily skin, washing your face multiple times a day with lukewarm water and a gentle facewash is necessary, but sometimes, that’s not enough. You will probably need to use a good astringent toner as well to control the excess oil secretion. Natural astringents made from witch hazel are a healthier choice than those made from alcohol or any other artificial chemical. An additional advantage of using an astringent is that they greatly reduce the enlarged pores, albeit temporarily.

Body Masks

Oily skin can occur all over the body. Just as extra sebum can cause acne on the face a similar situation can also occur with the rest of your skin. Body masks are created to help regulate the skin removing toxins and helping aid lymphatic drainage. As the mask is being applied to your whole body it is important to select a mask made from natural beneficial ingredients like this Dead Sea mud for best results. Dead Sea skin products are fueled with natural minerals like magnesium and sodium that help aid oily skin but can also help those of you suffering from eczema. 

Oil-Free Moisturizers

Moisturizers, by default, are oily and that’s a big no-no if you have oily skin. However, toning your face with astringents multiple times a day will make your skin look like wrinkled paper, unless you are using a moisturizer. The solution to this predicament is of course, using oil-free moisturizers that keep the skin hydrated by using humectants such as glycerin.

The Exfoliator

There are two types of exfoliators; chemical and mechanical. They are both basically tasked with the same job of cleaning out the pores and reducing oil build-up, but the difference lies in the application and how they work to achieve it. Mechanical exfoliators are actually called scrubs that contain micro particles of hard exfoliators such as almond pulp and brown sugar. They may cause microdermabrasion during the scrubbing though, so going with a chemical exfoliator (salicylic acid, glycolic acid, etc.) is always preferred, especially if you have sensitive skin.

Face Powder

This one is a quick and handy solution when you are going out but be sure to choose a shade that matches your skin tone to hide those shiny areas. Also, don’t overuse the powder. If the quality of the product is good, then the effects should last for at least 5 – 6 hours and should also help to shrink the pores.

That’s it, as long as you have all these five beauty products in your possession and manage to use them intelligently, oily skin should not be a problem for you anymore. Just remember to follow the instructions and never try to overuse any of the products because that will just make things worse.

Disclosure: This post was written by the client. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I personally believe will be a good fit for my readers. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255

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