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Home Remedies Cleanser for Oily Face

olie-oilInclined to having slick skin and can’t discover a chemical that will make your skin from breaking out? There are various chemicals accessible available yet none of them appear to work isn’t that right? You’ve attempted numerous that claim to be the best chemical for sleek skin. Some are crazy as far as cost yet offer no genuine changes. Be that as it may, you don’t generally have a decision however to spend the cash. So is there truly a supernatural occurrence best chemical for sleek skin out there? The answer is – presumably not! What you need is a characteristic 100% custom made chemical for slick skin that suits your skin sort.

On the off chance that you have sleek skin, it is basic that you consider your slick healthy skin important. On the off chance that you don’t scrub your skin frequently and legitimately, odds are you will break out and confront serious episodes of skin inflammation and other skin conditions. The truth of the matter is that some of “self-broadcasted” best chemicals for sleek skin available may not suit you. With the various normal and concoction fixings that are utilized to make them, they may really bring about more damage than great.

chemicals for slick skinSome organizations will guarantee that they are best in the business. That they have the best chemicals for dry skin and the best chemicals for sleek skin. The clever thing is that some of these organizations will really prescribe utilizing a sleek chemical on slick skin sorts. Presently when you stop to consider it, it simply doesn’t bode well. Why might you utilize a slick chemical to keep your sleek skin clean? Wouldn’t it simply make your sleek skin all the more slick? Making your skin turn out to be more inclined to skin break out than it was some time recently…

Well, some oils actually have properties that help the skin become healthier and fight acne, but it is important to know which oils do that and which don’t. Don’t just use a cleanser because someone says it worked for them. Use a cleanser that suits your skin. The best thing to do would be to make your own homemade cleanser for oily skin, something made especially for your skin type.

Here are a few homemade cleanser for oily skin recipes that can be made and used easily on a daily basis.

Homemade Cleanser For Oily Skin

Who doesn’t want clean and clear flawless skin? Like we said there are a number of cleansers available in the market. Many that make huge claims that if you use them your face will be flawless and clear. Unfortunately, some of these cleaners are not suitable for all skin types and rather than helping may end up causing more of a mess then cleaning. Either your skin becomes so dependent on them that without them you will break out or the harsh chemicals cause more breakouts than you had before starting to use the product.

1. Olive Oil

One of the easiest and best homemade cleanser for oily skin is in fact olive oil! Yes! just plain old olive oil with nothing more added to it.

Olive oil has been used for centuries years as a way to keep oily skin clean and looking vibrant. It possesses natural properties as a deep pore cleanser which are unmatched.

Research has shown that using olive oil for oily skin helps to maintain the ph balance. Following a simple method for applying olive oil on your face will allow you to have a fresh, clean and flawless skin.

All you have to do is take a few drops of olive oil on your hands. Rub your hands together and then massage the olive oil into your face. Make sure you rub the oil into your skin deeply. Now leave the oil soak in and do its job for about five minutes. Being a natural cleanser, olive oil pulls out all the impurities that are trapped in the pores on your face.

Then take a steamy towel and place it on your face leaving it there until it cools. The steam from the towel helps to deep cleanse the pores in the face. It helps to clean and pull out all the dirt and grime that has clogged the pores. Once the towel has cooled, use the towel to wipe away the excess oil and dirt.

2. Honey, Castile Soap and Almond Oil

Take 1/3 cup of honey and add it to 1/3 cup of castile soap. Now, add three tablespoons of hot water and two tablespoons of almond oil. Mix well. You can use a liquid soap dispenser for the purposes.

Once you have combined all the ingredients together, the homemade cleanser for oily skin is ready for use. Make sure you shake the mixture before each use. Use the mixture as a daily face wash by creating a lather and applying it to your face. Massage it in and then rinse with warm water. Pat dry.

Use this amazing cleanser on a daily basis to keep your skin oil free and looking good.

3. Honey and Lemon

Honey and lemon are individually renowned as being awesome for skin. Both have properties that clear dark spots and other blemishes on the skin, while honey also helps in giving a healthy glow to the skin.

Remarkably, when combined they make an excellent homemade cleanser for oily skin type. They are great at removing impurities that can clog pores causing acne and oily skin.

Take 2/3 cup of honey and mix it with 1/3 cup of lemon juice. Now add in a few drops of water to dilute the mixture slightly. Mix all the ingredients together forming a thick paste. Transfer this mixture into an airtight jar and keep it out of sunlight for storage.

This cleanser is to be applied at night before sleeping. Take a small amount of the lotion and massage it deep into the skin till it is properly absorbed. Now take a steaming towel and place it over your face. Once it cools, use the towel to wipe off any access oil and honey from  your face.

4. Milk and Orange Peels

It is just incredible how effective raw milk is as a cleanser. Milk is an excellent moisturizer for the skin. It is also a great cleanser and exfoliator. Remember the legend of Cleopatra bathing in milk?

Using milk as a face wash helps remove oil, dust and dirt from the pores. The enzymes in milk help remove dead skin cells. Combine the effectiveness of milk with dried orange peels and your skin will be beyond gorgeous. Orange peels contain phytonutrients that can help to repair and brighten skin removing blemishes and impurities, making the skin acne free and looking fresh.

To make this effective homemade cleanser for oily skin, first you’ll need to dry some orange peels. Take some orange peels and put them in direct sunlight for a couple days. Then grind them and store them in an airtight jar. Now, take 1/4 cup of milk and add a teaspoon of orange peel powder to it.

Apply the mixture on your face using a cotton ball. Dip the cotton into the mixture and massage it gently into the skin, making small circles while doing so. Start with a few circles clockwise and then a few circles counter-clockwise. Once you have covered the entire face, rinse off the mixture with lukewarm water.

5. Tomato and Cucumbers

The cleaning properties of cucumbers and tomatoes are not known by many. Not only are these two excellent skin cleansers but they also help reduce dark circles around the eyes.

Take a couple of cucumbers and tomatoes and grind them into a paste. Apply the paste as a mask leaving it on your face for at least fifteen minutes. Rinse with lukewarm water and pat your face dry with a towel. Use this homemade cleanser for oily skin two to three times a week for best results.

6. Apple Cider Vinegar

Apple cider vinegar has some great properties that can help clear your skin and keep it looking fresh by removing oil and dirt from the pores. You can make a simple homemade cleanser for oily skin using apple cider vinegar. All you need is some water and apple cider vinegar.

Take a quarter cup (1/4) of apple cider vinegar and add it to 3/4 cups of water. Add in a few drops of your favorite essential oil. Now, take a cotton ball and dab it into the mixture. Apply the mixture to your face and let it sit for 15 minutes. Rinse with water and pat dry.

7. Gram Flour and Turmeric

An old traditional southeast Asian homemade cleanser for oily skin that is still very popular uses a combination of gram flour and turmeric.

Take two tablespoons (tbsp) of gram flour and add it to one teaspoon (tsp) of turmeric powder. Add some raw milk to the mixture, just enough to make a paste. Don’t add to much, you don’t want the cleanser to be to liquidy. Apply the paste to your face and leave it on for at least fifteen to twenty minutes. Use cold water to wash it off. You can apply the paste, at least, three or four times a week. It will help clear your oily skin of excess oil and dirt.

8. Rosewater

Rosewater also has properties that help clean dirt and oil from the skin. The great thing about it is that it is a great cleanser for all skin types be it oily skin or dry skin. It can be used as a face wash daily before going to bed. Rosewater is available at most shops. Just dab some rosewater onto a cotton ball and rub it all over your face including the neck, forehead and even the areas behind your ears. Alternatively, you can use a spray bottle and spray it directly on your face,

These homemade cleansers for oily skin are completely natural with no side effects. They are also easy to make, giving you no room for excuses not to make use of these amazing recipes.

We sometimes think that store bought items will work better but that is not always the case. Any one of the homemade cleanser for oily skin in this article could work better for you. If you have oily skin, you probably have had numerous occurrences of acne. The best way to fight off acne is by getting rid of the excess oil and dirt.

Try out a homemade cleanser for oily skin today and see just how effective natural ingredients can be.

These are only a few of the many homemade recipes for skincare. If you can think of any other homemade cleansers for oily skin or even cleansers for other skin types, be sure to share them with us in the comments.

Manicure And Pedicure at Home

Solid and delightful nails are what each lady goals to have. The same is conceivable just with legitimate treatment and care. A normal nail treatment and pedicure spa session arerequired to guarantee you give the nails the treatment and care it merits. Have you ever considered getting that expert nail trim and pedicure treatment right in the solace of your home? There are times when you need nail treatment and pedicure spa on a pressing premise. All things considered, amid such a situation you can learnhow to do nail trim and pedicure at home.

Before you get started with your long session there are some essentials you need to gather :

  • Pumice stone
  • Cuticle Oil
  • Nail File
  • Moisturizer
  • Nail polish remover
  • Cotton balls
  • Nail polish for basecoat, colour and top coat
  • Nail clippers
  • Cuticle stick or pusher
  • Orangewood stick

Soak and Scrub in Warm Water

The first step towards home manicure and pedicure spa session is having a tub filled with warm water. Soak your feet and hands in for two to three minutes. Once it is soaked, you will find the dry skin gets soft which makes easier to exfoliate. Make use of the pumice stone to scrub the dead and dry cells. Once done, rinse and pat dry.

Your Cuticles Need Care

The second step is all about softening the cuticles by rubbing oil. This further makes the cuticles soft, which makes easier to push them back using the orangewood stick. You can also use the stick to get rid of the dirt built up under the nails. Once you are done with this, do not forget to moisturise the skin with a vitamin-richmoisturiser.

Trim and File the Nails

Make use of the nail clippers to clip the toe and fingernails. Ensure you do not cut or trim the nails close to the skin. Avoid painful ingrown nails by not cutting corners too much. Once the cutting is done, file the nails to the shape you want. Do not use metal files as it can rip the nails.

The Fun Part – Apply A Base Coat

Once you are done removing the cuticles, you will find your nails soft and beautiful. And now the fun part, apply a base coat of nail polish. A single thin coat will be perfect. Ensure the coat smoothens the ridges and creates an even surface.

Do Not Forget to Polish

The next towards professional manicure and pedicure services at home is by painting two thin layers of polish. Ensure the colourdries up completely before applying the second coat. This further makes the polish last longer.

Time for Top Coat

Ensure you choose the best colour for the top coat. More than adding shine, it also helps in smoothening the flaws of the nails. Separate your toenails by placing cotton balls in between the toes. Give a neat appearance by dipping your orangewood stick into nail polish remover and removing the polish traces.

These are simple tips you need to keep in mind when doing manicure and pedicure at home. If you need expert help, how about hiring professional home beauty services. Get started with it!


Benefit of Earwax

Ear wax, the waxy yellowish substance found in the ear channel made with a blend of dead skin cells and emissions of the ear organs. Also called cerumen, it’s difficult to envision that earwax can be much else besides a sterile irritation.

While it might feel fulfilling to evacuate entire pieces of overabundance earwax from your ears, particularly with cotton buds, you could do significantly more harm to your listening ability than you might suspect. Staying a cotton bud into your ear is risky for a bigger number of reasons than just possibly blasting your ear drum.

Why We Need Earwax

Not using cotton buds to remove earwax isn’t just wise because of the damage you may cause but because we do in fact need earwax. At the right levels, earwax is able to clean, lubricate and protect our ears – all very important functions in keeping our hearing healthy.

Earwax can help to clean our ears. Yes. Clean. And as a part of this process, excess wax is able to find its way out of the ear canal aided by jaw movement and into the outer ear where it can be washed away without using an intrusive cotton bud. Along the way, the earwax will pick up and carry along with it dirt and dust that would have been gathered in the canal.

As well as cleaning, being the waxy substance that it is, it is natural that ear wax have a lubricating property as well. Imagine how unbearable an itching or burning of the skin inside your ears would be. Especially knowing now, how dangerous the use of cotton buds are, you couldn’t even scratch. Luckily, the lubricating property of earwax helps to prevent this.

And if cleaning and lubricating weren’t reason enough to keep your earwax, it is also able to protect your ears from bacteria. The cerumen in our earwax has been found to have antibacterial effects, slowing the growth of some fungi and bacteria and protecting our ears. But although earwax may be beneficial is so many ways, there are of course instances in which it may also cause some damage that we should be wary of.

How Earwax Can Be Harmful

The cleaning, lubricating and protection properties of earwax position it as a very useful tool. But when your glands make too much of it, it can become a problem. When too much earwax is produced by your glands, excess wax will usually dry, harden and block your ear canal. The wax will then no longer be able to clean and remove itself from your ears, resulting in more wax accumulating and possibly leading to infection.

Although wax buildup can occur naturally, using cotton buds can yet again add to the problem. Often, using cotton buds will not fully remove earwax but push it back further into the ear canal instead, making it more difficult to remove and thus allow for wax buildup.


Do-it-Yourself Lip Balm

When you go by a stunner items path in a shopping center or market, you keep running into such a large number of sorts of lip analgesics making it troublesome for you to pick only the right one for you. All in all, how to determine this problem? Make your own, obviously! It’s amazingly simple to come up with a group of lip medicine or diy tinted shine at home, which is fittingly modified to your… taste. What you need is a base of beeswax or coconut oil, a flavor, and a tint, and you’re finished!

If you need to go outside for more than a few minutes, make sure to have a balm covering your lips. This will cover your skin with a nice barrier to shield it from the wind and sun.

I have researched and selected some of the best DIY lip balm recipes for you. So, are you now pretty excited about the idea of making diy lip balm for yourself in your own kitchen , well spending only pennies? Grab the full “how-to” right here:

Coconut Oil Lip Balm

Coconut oil has moisturizing ability and also smells great!  Vitamin E oil is an amazing ingredient because of its various natural beauty care benefits – it helps diminish the effects of sun damage, lessens dryness and boosts up moisture retention.  It also works as a powerful antioxidant and thus improves immune system. Tea tree oil has excellent healing properties and also helps keep bacteria at bay.  Adding a little bit of tea tree oil to the balm not only provides a tingly flavor, but also gives antibacterial protection. Combined, these ingredients make for an amazing lip balm that will make your lips feel incredibly moisturized, soft and luscious.

You will need :

(i) Beeswax: 1 cup, shaved (use a cheese grater or a knife, but be careful!)

(ii) Coconut oil: 3 tablespoons

(iii) Vitamin E oil: 1 teaspoon

(iv) Tea tree oil: 2-3 drops

Method: Boil water in a regular pot and place a saucepan on top of the pot. Put beeswax in the saucepan and melt it (this way you can avoid burning the beeswax).  Mix in the coconut oil with the beeswax and stir until melted. Once melted, remove from the boiling water pot.  Now add in the vitamin E oil and tea tree oil and mix in while the mixture is still hot.  Pour into a container of your choice, and allow the mixture to cool and harden overnight. Is it not surprisingly simple, right!

Peppermint Lip Balm

Peppermint essential oil provides a refreshing holiday feel and cooling sensation. If you don’t like peppermint, try a different essential oil. Lavender, eucalyptus, and sweet orange oils are some of my favorites. If you’re not a fan of scents, you can leave them out completely and still get the benefits of an all-natural lip balm. You can even get swanky and add a little bit of color for a tinted lip balm. The possibilities are unlimited.

You will need:

(i) Beeswax: 1 teaspoon, white and in pellets

(ii) Coconut oil: 1 teaspoon, organic (this dilutes the peppermint oil from a burn to a tingle)

(iii) Sweet almond oil: One and half teaspoon (this dilutes the peppermint oil from a burn to a tingle)

(iv) Peppermint essential oil: 2 drops

(v) Optional: lipstick shavings for a hint of tint

Method: Fill a medium sauce pot halfway up with water and set it on the stove to boil. You don’t want to use a pot that is too deep, as you want the mason jar to be able to sit in the water without getting any water inside of the jar. Put the carrier oils (coconut oil and sweet almond oil) and the beeswax in the mason jar and close the lid. Heat the jar in a pot with water on medium-high heat until wax is melted. Use a chopstick to stir everything together. Use a jar lifter to remove it from the heat. Add peppermint oil with a dropper and mix using the chop-stick (not too much or it’ll burn your lips – I recommend starting with 2 drops and adding more next time if necessary). If you’d like your balm to be tinted, stir in your lipstick shavings until your desired color is achieved. Then immediately pour the mixture into suitable container(s), using an oven glove to save your hand from scalding. When the lip balm has cooled, it will become solid. At this point, it’s ready for use, and you can screw the lid(s) back on.

Honey Lip Balm DIY

After you brush your teeth, apply lip balm and if your lips feel even the least bit dry – apply a bit of honey on them before bed.  Honey acts as a humectant (a substance that attracts and retains moisture) – when you wake up your lips will be resurrected and taste amazingly juicy.

You will need:

(i) Beeswax: 3 teaspoons, grated unbleached (don’t go for any chemicals in there!)

(ii) Carrier (Base) oil: 5 teaspoons (use jojoba – some other options are sunflower or castor)

(iii) Vitamin E: 1/2 teaspoon

(iv) Honey: 1 teaspoon

Natural Beauty Tip: For glossier lip balm, use 2 teaspoon wax and 8 teaspoons of the carrier oil.

Method: Melt the beeswax and mix in carrier oil the same way as above. Stir the beeswax and oil together and remove from heat. Add in honey and Vitamin E. Mix thoroughly so as the honey does not clump. Pour into a lip-balm container; allow it to cool before covering or using.

Is it not super easy?  This will take about 10 minutes to make and that includes melting time!  After a week or so the honey will separate.  You will notice tiny beads of honey oozing up at the edges. Just rub it back into the balm and apply. Yum!

# Kool Aid Lip Balm

Hello, are you wondering, Kool-Aid in a lip balm? Yes! not only does it give the coconut oil and beeswax a pretty hue, but that you can also have tropical punch flavor.

You will need:

(i) Coconut oil: 2 tablespoons

(ii) Petroleum jelly: 1 ½ tablespoons (alternatively, you can use shea butter)

(iii) Beeswax: 1 ½ tablespoon, shaved

(iv) Kool-aid: a squirt (use the liquid variety, but the powder works perfectly as well!)


(i) Mix the 3 ingredients in the manner suggested above.

(ii) After blending the ingredients, heat for 1 minute.

(iii) Mix in the kool-aid until you get the desired color. Pour mixture into a container, let it cool down.

Voila! Your own DIY Lip Balm.

Make Up Tool that Everyone Should Have

Makeup artist Billy B. recommends affordable, easy-to-use essentials that will help take you from pretty to “pretty amazing.”

# Eyelash Curler

“Every woman should have one of these little marvels,” Billy says. “Hold the curler at the base of the lash line and squeeze lightly, gradually moving outward. Your eyes will instantly look more alive.”

# Make Up Blender

“The secret to truly top-notch eye makeup application is to blend, blend, blend,” Billy says.

# Concealer Brush

If you’re using a liquid or cream concealer, a tiny, synthetic-bristle brush is much more precise than your fingers.  

# Slant Tip Tweezers

“A must for maintaining a polished arch to your brows,” Billy explains. Slanted tips make it easier to grab hairs at the root; just tweeze in the direction the hair is growing.

# Fluffy Powder Brush

Toss the little pad that comes with your translucent powder and invest in a big, natural-bristle brush. “You’ll get a sheerer application,” Billy says.

Simple Summer Skin Care Tips

Don’t let the cool air fool you—the sun’s rays can be just as strong in October or January as they are in August. No matter the season, it’s never too late to get healthy, glowing skin while also keeping it safe from the sun.

# Care

Start with the basics—make sure that your skin is in good shape. Know your skin type and the specific type of care it requires. Proper exfoliation, hydration and moisturizing are three important components to laying a strong, healthy base for your skin. For starters, try out POND’S® Luminous Moisture™. The non-greasy skin cream contains illuminating minerals known to naturally enhance skin’s radiance. Not into creams? No problem! St. Ives® Fresh Hydration Lotion Spray contains natural moisturizers like shea butter and Vitamin C.

# Protection

Now that you’ve laid a healthy base, it’s time to protect your skin. It’s not always easy, but do your best to avoid direct sun exposure when the rays are strongest (between 10:00am and 4:00pm). However, if you know you’ll be in those rays, try out Protecting Light Moisturizer SPF 15 from Simple® Skincare. Aside from the SPF protection, it is also enriched with Vitamins E and B5, which are known to promote skin hydration.

# Repair

Being well versed in the area of damage control is essential. If you find that your skin is cracked or damaged, check out Vaseline® Intensive Care™ Essential Healing Lotion. It’s non-greasy and can be make a big difference in healing sun-damaged skin. And if you prefer spray over lotion, Vaseline® Spray & Go™ Aloe Fresh is a great remedy for dry or damaged skin specifically associated with sunburns.