Moisturizing Tips for Oily Skin

Oil Control, Naturally



Milk and lime mask for oily skin. Lactic acid in milk moisturizes and lime helps maintain skin barrier function. Use once a week.


Wash your face

Wash oily skin twice daily with gentle soap. Avoid harsh detergents to prevent stripping natural oils.


Aloe Vera for Oily Skin

Aloe vera moisturizer is great for oily skin, providing a moisturizing and UV-protective effect. 


Sunflower Seed Oil

Sunflower seed oil is great for oily skin as it strengthens the skin barrier and hydrates without being greasy. Massage onto skin as a moisturizer.


Rose Petals

Rose water and petal extracts have anti-inflammatory and toning effects. Boil petals in water, add aloe vera gel, refrigerate and apply nightly.


Blotting papers

Use blotting papers as needed throughout the day to minimize oily skin.


Green Tea for Oily Skin

Moisturize oily skin with green tea and honey mixture. Steep green tea bags in hot water, add honey, apply with cotton balls for 10 mins, and rinse.


Jojoba Oil

Jojoba oil hydrates oily skin and is great for retaining moisture due to its humectant and emollient properties. Apply after showering or mix with sunflower seed oil.


Lemon And Honey

Lemon and honey mixture acts as an astringent and emollient, respectively, to moisturize and reduce acne. Apply to face and neck, leave for 15 minutes, and wash off 1-2 times a week.


Cosmetic clay

French green clay is great for oily skin and acne. Mix with water to form a paste, apply, and remove with warm water when dry. Clay masks are gentler on the skin than peel-off masks.