Oily skin can be hard to deal with. A few good essential oils to use for oily skin is tea tree oil and lemon oil. I don't currently have any recipes for a cleanser for oily skin, but toners and astringents are great to use with oily skin. The toners will firm the skin while removing some of the excess oil, so will astringents. Witch hazel is a wonderful astringent to use on oily skin. Another great thing to use is apple cider vinegar. I have a whole article on different way to use it to treat the skin. Below I have linked a recipe for a toner that can be used nightly to help with the excessive oil that is being produced, as well as a scrub that will remove some of the oils but,will still keep your skin moisturized and hydrated. The last link is to the apple cider vinegar hub that gives you recipes for a toner, a face mask, scrub, and spot treatment. I hope you find this answer helpful as well as the recipes below.
https://bellatory.com/skin/Honey-and-Oa … wless-Skin
http://hubpages.com/style/Apple-Cider-V … -Free-Skin
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