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Great Homemade Masks For Oily Skin

Updated on November 25, 2012

How to make homemade mask for oily skin

Nutrition masks for oily skin are a very good substitute for expensive creams: They are cheap, easy to make and they give exactly the same results. This is how you're going to make them yourselves.

Many skin care products for oily skin declare that their products are made from "natural ingredients" and contain organic compound that is originated from fruit and plants. The modern cosmetic is going back to the roםts, and uses more and more natural ingredients instead of chemicals that were very popular in the recent decades.

This trend, makes the totally natural approach one of the best and most effective ways of skin care. Who needs expensive creams when fruits and vegetables that are available in any grocery store will do the exact same work? (and maybe even better).

We all know the cucumber slices which people like to put on their eyes to reduce the swelling, the fatigue signs and the annoying little bags under the eyes. Besides the cosmetic effect, the cool liquids have a very soothing effect and they can help to improve your mood and calm you in the hot summer days.

A good homemade facial masks will help you to regain the nutritious substances that the skin need, like moistness, vitamins and oils. A mask for oily skin will also contain drying substances that reduce the amount of oil in the skin and remove the dead cells from the upper layer of the skin, the dermis. Here are some very good recipes of masks for oily skin, that will cost you only a few bucks and will have a very good influence on your skin and your overall feeling.

Oatmeal Mask

Nutrition masks for oily skin are very good substitutes for expensive creams: They are cheap, easy to make and they give exactly the same results. This is how you're going to make them yourselves.

1/2 boiled apple

One teaspoon of honey

Two teaspoons of ground oatmeal

Mix all the ingredient until you get an uniform mixture, apply on the face for ten minutes and wash carefully afterward.

The oatmeal is good for pimples, it also absorb the excess oil on the skin. The acids in the apple remove the dead skin cells and clean the pores. The honey works as an antibacterial ointment that destroys bacterium, that can cause infections.

Yogurt Mask

One spoon on yogurt

One teaspoon of cornflour

One spoon of honey

One spoon of lemon juice

two drops of tea tree oil

Mix everything together and apply on clean skin. Leave it on for 10-15 minutes and wash with lukewarm water.

Tomato Mask

Tightens the pores, refreshing and lightning.

Mash one medium tomato. Add scraped peel from half of a lemon and a half of spoon of fresh lemon juice. Apply the mixture on the skin, except near the eyes. Leave for ten minutes and then rinse with lukewarm water.

Walnut Mask

2 spoon of ground walnut

1/2 mashed cucumber

2 spoons of yogurt

1 spoon of squashed yeast

Mix it all up and apply on clean face. Wait 20 minutes and rinse with lukewarm water.

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      oiloflife 

      6 years ago

      Nice lens, very useful tips. Great job..I loved it..keep posting..:)

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      anonymous 

      6 years ago

      helpfull stuff! thanks for the info

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      anonymous 

      6 years ago

      As someone with blemish-prone, stress-affected, oily skin, I am always looking for new products to add to my skin care regimen. I have tried about a million different kinds of masques, but Lady Soma Antioxidant Masque is by far my favorite masque. It reduces oil on the skin without leaving it dry and flaky, which is the first challenge. It also reduces pore size. Aside from the immediate skin improvement, it also makes my skin more manageable over time.

      With regular use, the Lady Soma Antioxidant Masque leaves my skin clearer and fresher and less prone to blemishes. I use it about three times a week (alternating nights with a hydrating mask) and this has really been an amazingly purifying regimen for my skin.

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      anonymous 

      6 years ago

      cn ny1 suggest me remedy for whiteheads..?.!..i hv lot on nose on chin..i hv T zone skin type..

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      MedicalArticles 

      6 years ago

      Very helpful information, thanks

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      MedicalArticles 

      6 years ago

      Thanks for the helpful lens.

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      simzrose 

      6 years ago

      I love using the oatmeal mask !

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      franstan lm 

      7 years ago

      I will have to try these

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      anonymous 

      7 years ago

      I tried the yogurt mask, tomato mask, i never tried the oatmeal and walnut masks. I love thehomemade facial scrub. I try them now.

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      beautylala101 

      7 years ago

      Oatmeal Masks are fantastic for sensitive skin, I have seen amazing results.

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      Obscure_Treasures 

      7 years ago

      Thanks for the helpful tips!

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      Annamadagan 

      7 years ago

      These are very cool masks. Thanks so much. I am getting pimples and need to clear them up!

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      howtocurecancer 

      8 years ago

      I love the walnut mask. Thanks. And I'll definitely try the tomato mask.

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      anonymous 

      8 years ago

      Nice lense, easy to follow, great simple recipes - would love to see a couple more !!! Please !!!

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      anonymous 

      8 years ago

      Wow! Those will really help my skin! Oily skin is the worst to have and pimples are really annoying! This should be good for my oily skin! This will help, thanks! :)

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      anonymous 

      9 years ago

      thats really beneficial masks for the cure of oily skin..

      oily skin is just really disgusting..as it also darks the complexion :(

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