South Africa Grapefruit
Clay masks are always recommended for those with oily skin. Take a teaspoon of green clay powder in a bowl and add one teaspoon of honey. Mix them well to make a smooth paste, which has to be applied on the face. Rinse off the mask with cold water after 20 minutes. Another effective clay mask can be made by mixing ‘multani mitti’ and honey. Clay masks can be used twice a week for good results.
Dead Sea Mud – Anise-Bay Laurel
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Aloe vera gel is touted to be good for oily skin conditions, as it can absorb oil and thereby prevent clogging of pores. You can dab a small amount of aloe vera gel to your skin after washing. You can also mix the aloe vera gel with equal amounts of organic yogurt and crushed strawberries to make a paste, which should be applied on the skin. Gently massage the mixture into the skin and leave it for ten minutes, before rinsing with warm water.
You may use tomatoes as an oily skin home remedy. Make some tomato puree and apply it on the face. Rinse off after ten minutes.
Yogurt is also popular as a natural remedy. Use it as such or mix it with fuller’s earth to make a paste to be applied on the skin.
Mashed papaya is also good for oily skin. Apply it on the skin and rinse off after 20 minutes.