Skin Care Tips: Try THESE natural moisturisers for an oily skin

Instead of doing back and forth with oily skin and chemical-based moisturiser, try using some basic home remedies to keep your skin moisturised.
Skin Care Tips: Try THESE natural moisturisers for an oily skinSkin Care Tips: Try THESE natural moisturisers for an oily skin
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Having oily skin is difficult and the worst part is the stickiness and ickiness of having oily skin. Oily skin always poses a challenge from skincare to beauty products it's all a big hassle because oily skin also comes with a lot of skin problems. It's much more prone to acne and breakouts. The biggest problem in all of this is finding the right moisturiser for your skin because that's the biggest trouble of all. Even if you have oily skin, you absolutely cannot skip out on the moisturizer. Your skin has loads natural oil but that does not make your skin healthy.

Every skin needs some moisturising or even oily skin can look dull! But one mistake with your moisturiser and you may end up with another breakout. This is why it is essential to find a moisturiser than can nourish your skin and not be oily at the same time. But this balance is not easy to maintain. If you've been struggling with this problem, perhaps it's time to find a better, a more natural solution! A natural moisturiser might be just what your skin needs!

Here are the best moisturisers for oily skin that are available in your kitchen

1. Mix 4 spoons of milk with one spoon of fresh lemon juice. Mix it well and use a cotton ball or a cotton pad to apply a thin coat of it all over your face. The lemon helps reduce the oiliness while the milk helps soothe and moisturise the skin.

2. A mixture of an equal amount of lemon juice and honey is another way to keep your skin clean and moisturised. But you will need to use it like a face pack 2 to 3 times a week. Put this mixture on your face and let it dry before you wash it off.

3. Strawberry is great for your skin because of its rich nutrient content but you can always use it to moisturise your skin as well. Take 4 strawberries and grind them to make a smooth paste, now mix one spoon of honey or fresh cream and mix it well. Apply this paste on your face and let it stay for up to 20 minutes before you wash it off.

4. You can also replace your regular moisturiser with a box full of shea butter. Shea butter is a rich in contents that can prevent breakouts and it won't clog your pores like chemical-based moisturisers.

5. You can also replace your moisturiser with some fresh aloe vera gel mixed with a carrier oil like jojoba oil. Aloe vera reduces acne and soothes your skin as it has anti-inflammatory properties.

6. We all love a rose and who doesn't want skin as soft as rose petals. You moisturise your skin with some rose as well. Boil some rose petals in a pot of water. After that, drain it and pour the water in a bottle and mix equal amounts of fresh aloe vera juice to this mix. Whenever you want to moisturise your skin, you can either spray this mixture on your face or apply it using a cotton ball or pad. 

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