If you have Oily Skin, you are well aware of its woes. Acne, pimples, blemishes, excessive shine in your T-zone – these issues often make your skin dull and lifeless. I know this. And I also know that you secretly desire even, glowing, bright, and healthy skin. The good news is, that is precisely what I am going to discuss here today.
No. I will not promise that the tips I am going to discuss here will make you the “fairest of all” overnight or with continuous use. But I can assure you that they will definitely help brighten up your face and restore your original skin tone. And you will not stop admiring yourself in front of the mirror. So, here we go!
Working out is crucial for great skin. A 30-minute cardio is enough to open the clogged pores and pep up your skin tissues. Also, exercise improves blood circulation, and your skin gets an adequate supply of all the nutrients. This automatically enhances your skin tone and boosts skin health.
2. Moisturize Your Skin Daily
Yes. Oily skin needs moisturization. The moisturizer acts as a barrier, tricks your skin into producing less sebum, and gives it a smooth texture. It contains emulsifiers that bind oil and water and help the natural sebum penetrate deeper into the skin, thus reducing the oiliness on the surface.
3. Cleanse Your Face
As soon as you wake up from sleep, splash lukewarm water on your face, followed by cold water. This closes your pores. Washing your face with cold water also tones the skin, makes it look fresh, and slows down the aging process by preventing wrinkles.
4. Get Enough Sleep
When you sleep, your body goes into the repair mode (including the skin). It generates new cells and increases the blood flow to the skin surface (now you know the reason for that morning glow!). This prevents eye bags and dark circles.
5. Consume Healthy Food
Consume wholesome food – because this is what will keep your skin healthy and glowing at the end of the day. Include foods rich in omega-3s in your diet. Consume cold water fish, such as tuna, halibut, salmon, and mackerel, along with vegetables and whole grains. You can also drink a glass of red wine as it is rich in antioxidants.