Daily Treatment For Oily Skin


Co Admin
Mar 15, 2007
Oily skin can be recognized by the constant shine. As a rule, it is subject to acnes and black heads. Oily skin contains a lot of sebum which does not let it dry out. One of the greatest disadvantages of oily skin is that it tends to accumulate more dust and dirt than dry skin. Oily skin recipes usually tell that the skin should be cleaned just with soap and water. First, warm water is used to rinse the dirt. After that cold water should be applied to rinse the skin. Oily skin requires the use of astringents and toners that contain alcohol and the use of non-greasy light liquid cleansers. If you are a teenager and your skin is very oily, you do not have additional moisturizing.

To remove oil and tone pores

4 ounces herbal infusion (or distilled water)
2 Tbsps cider vinegar (or witch hazel)
1 tsp honey
4 drops Lavender essential oil
2 drops Rosemary essential oil

In an amber bottle add the herbal infusion, or herb tea water. You can use any of the following herbs listed: basil, bergamot, carrot seed, cedarwood, clary sage, cypress, eucalyptus, grapefruit, geranium, juniper, lavender, lemon, rose, lemongrass, mandarin, patchouli, petitgrain, rosemary, sandalwood, tea tre, and ylang ylang. Sage, yarrow, or rose petals are good choices. Add vinegar. To one teaspoon of honey add the essential oils and mix well with the end of a spoon. Add the aromatic honey to the toner solution and shake well to mix completely. Shake well again before using. Moisten a cotton pad nd wipe face, concentrating on oily areas. Can be used three times per day to remove excess oil.