Use warm water for your face
It would do your skin good to wash it with warm water instead of cold. Warm water will effectively rid your skin of the excess oil and leave it squeaky clean, keeping those skin woes at bay.
Scrub off the oil
Another way to get rid of oily skin is to use a facial scrub regularly. Scrubbing will exfoliate your skin, remove excess oil and unclog the pores. You can use Citra Pimple-Clear Japanese Green Tea Face Wash to look radiant, this season.
Use mud masks
A mud face pack is all you need to absorb the excess oil on your face. It will also hydrate your skin and improve its elasticity. Additionally, a mud pack is beneficial in minimising your skin pores. With oil-absorbing kaolin clay, St. Ives Fresh Skin Apricot Scrub is just the product you need. It contains glycerine, which will leave your skin nourished.
A splash of rose water
For days when your skin is looking like an oil rig, rose water will come to the rescue. Wipe your face with a cotton swab dipped in rose water. Not only will this remove the excess oil, but also help your skin feel refreshed.
Opt for a non-comedogenic sunscreen
You need to wear a sunscreen whether it’s a sunny day or raining. But, if you are avoiding it because it makes your skin oily, we have a solution for you. Opt for a non-comedogenic sunscreen, which will not clog your pores, making it perfect for oily skin. You can try Lakmé Sun Expert Ultra Matte SPF 50 PA+++ Gel, which gives you some serious sun protection with a matte finish.