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Methods of peeling oily skin

 Oily skin is one of the most common skin type and is particularly troublesome for teenage girls and has signs such as wide pores, shiny skin and nose, increased secretion of sebum and the appearance of pimples, and all this can be controlled by peeling and removing dead skin and annoying oils as well as the survival of dead skin and oils causes blackheads.

Oily skin is one of the best types of skin despite its many faults, but it has a great advantage that it does not age quickly like other types of skin and does not show wrinkles and lines, and in order to know how to take care of it with the natural recipes as follows:

Lemon juice and brown sugar:

Lemon is a skin purifier and antiseptic, removes excess oils from the skin, controls sebum secretion and reduces pore size.


1- Two small tablespoons of brown sugar

2- A large stick of lemon juice

3- A few drops of honey

How to prepare:

1- Mix the mixture together and do not stir it too much so that the sugar does not dissolve

2- The scrub is rubbed on the skin for 5 minutes, then rinsed with water

3- Repeat the peeling twice a week to get better results and moisturize the skin afterwards.


1- ground oats

2- Aloe vera gel

How to prepare :

1- Put the ground oats and aloe vera in a blender to get a mixture

2- Apply the mixture on the face and rub for 5 minutes, then wash it with lukewarm water and apply a toner and moisturizing cream afterwards.

Coffee and coconut oil

The original natural coconut oil keeps the skin hydrated and soft, and the coffee has many granules that help with the perfect peeling.


1- 1 tablespoon of coconut oil

2- A medium suspension of coffee

How to prepare :

1- Put the ingredients and mix together to form a mixture

2- Put this recipe on the skin and rub it on the face for 5 minutes with circular motions, then wash the face with lukewarm water

3- Repeat this recipe twice a week

Tips for caring for oily skin, there are several factors that cause oily skin, such as stress, degradation, or genetics, and some makeup that exacerbates oily skin, oily skin causes black heads, pimples, and acne, so there are many methods and tips that treat. Oily skin at home, including.

Using natural oils to moisturize the skin instead of traditional moisturizers: It is surprising that oily skin after washing it can give a feeling of dryness, and in this case it is better to use natural oils, such as sweet almond oil, olive oil, jojoba oil, and coconut oil, these oils It sends the skin a message that no more sebum is produced.

Not washing the face often: Washing the face frequently using strong soap will give the skin a message to produce more sebum to replace the lost sebum by washing, so the skin should not be washed frequently.

Avoid touching the face with hands and fingers: because the fingers and hands carry fats and bacteria, and when touching the face, they move to it, causing excessive sebum secretion, and the appearance of acne.

Wiping the skin with astringents: such as commercial alcohol wipes, grapefruit peel, or orange peel, as they contain natural astringents that also remove skin imperfections and blackheads. Using natural exfoliators: as they are better for the skin than commercial exfoliation materials, coffee or sugar can be used with honey or olive oil.