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Hi, I am searching for some tips for my oily skin. It’s super oily that I always carry wipes with me to pat on my face. I have tried many face packs and beauty creams, but it got worse, and now I have pimples too! I am afraid to use chemical products anymore. While surfing for some herbal products, I saw a blog [ http://inthebackyard.ca/10-beauty-products-hiding-in-your-garden/ ] saying that using a mix of tomato pulp and cucumber daily for 20 minutes would help for reducing oily skin. Has anyone tried this? I don’t know how it would turn out. Please help me with suggestions. Just a reminder, I don’t have dandruff and related problems. I am maintaining my diet too.

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The skin should be given the first priority. Our looks and appearance matters the most. One of the research shows that use of meilleur anti cellulite gives a smooth skin. It also promotes healthy and glowing skin. I have also heard that yogurt can be good for treating the problem of oily skin. It contains lactic acid that helps gently exfoliate the skin and absorbs excess oil from the face. 
 

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On 2/15/2017 at 0:50 PM, mikasa55 said:

Hi, I am searching for some tips for my oily skin. It’s super oily that I always carry wipes with me to pat on my face. I have tried many face packs and beauty creams, but it got worse, and now I have pimples too! I am afraid to use chemical products anymore. While surfing for some herbal products, I saw a blog [ http://inthebackyard.ca/10-beauty-products-hiding-in-your-garden/ ] saying that using a mix of tomato pulp and cucumber daily for 20 minutes would help for reducing oily skin. Has anyone tried this? I don’t know how it would turn out. Please help me with suggestions. Just a reminder, I don’t have dandruff and related problems. I am maintaining my diet too.

 

Hi @mikasa55For oily skin, I suggest the Activated Charcoal Clay Masque from Banish. The first time I used this I was in love! It works really well with blackheads, whiteheads, enlarged pores and acne-prone/oily skin. I think you should check it out and try it: https://www.banishacnescars.com/collections/all/products/activated-charcoal-clay-masque

Oh, by the way, their products are made from natural/organic ingredients so you are sure that you are not adding any chemicals to your skin which is really great. :heart:

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On 3/31/2017 at 4:03 PM, helena002 said:

Charcoal Clay Masque? did you try it and how about the result?

 

Hi! Yes, I did. It comes in powder form and you mix it with your favorite liquid until you form a paste. After that, you just apply it on your face, I applied it on my t-zone specifically and let it dry before washing it off. I could see that it's working since I see little pores appear, much like a magnet, sucking in all those blackheads and whiteheads.

I must say I am impressed. :)

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I used to have pretty oily skin and then I realized that I'm partly to blame because I was always picking at my face and I found that the more I washed my face the less oilier it would be. Once I left it alone it got much better.

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I couldn’t believe my eyes when I saw my friend on a beach, she had always had cellulite, but this time her body was all shapely and resilient, it looked like she underwent some surgical procedure. It turned out that her secret was rather simple, it was a daily use of Nivele which gave a stunning effect. I bought a pack for myself, too, and I was surprised by the low price, and the natural ingredients simply awed me. Now I also have a young fit body.

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I have the same problem! Try using a chemically exfoliating (lactic acid, glycolic acid, salicylic acid) face wash. Follow that with toning your face with a AHA/BHA toner. Use a mattifying oil free moisturizer. Do a thin layer of a good clay mask every night. Good luck!

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For oily skin, you will need to constantly hydrate your skin. To get rid of oily skin is to always put on a mask at least twice a week. For best result is to apply mask every day. Sleeping mask will help too. Easy and fast to apply. Wash it then next morning. Save all the times while waiting for the nutrient on mask to be absorbed by your skin.

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If you want cure oily skin, you should be follow these step:

Use a gentle facial cleanser twice a day

Use a toner free of alcohol or acetone

Moisturize your skin

Use blotting papers

Use blotting papers

 

Avoid harsh soaps and creams

 

Avoid harsh soaps and creams

 

Stop using heavy cosmetics

 

Visit your dermatologist

 

Try a laser treatment

 

Try a laser treatment

 

Take Accutane

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In order to get beautiful skin one should follow a daily skincare routine along with a balanced and healthy diet. One can also use a daily skin care routine. Kindly read this article to know how to get beautiful skin naturally. https://bit.ly/2BVm8pO

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Don't overdo it with exfoliating and harsh cleansers. These can cause your skin to product more oil. Use gentle products, and sometimes just rinse your face or use a little toner rather than full on scrubbing.

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I'm agnostic about products, although I do favor natural ones that treat the skin well. Everyone's skin is different, so you'll have to keep trying until you get the right combination.

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extra coconut oil

extra olive oil

baking soda

apple cinder vinegar

lavender essential oil

rose essential oil

witch hazel oil

epsom salt

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