How To Do Facial At Home For Oily Skin?
Facial is a great way to keep the skin texture beautiful and better over the years.  A good facial treatment will leave your skin feeling fresh, renewed and beautiful.
Facial is the best remedy for oily skin. A facial at home for oily skin is necessary to maintain the quality of your skin and it also has a lot of health benefits. A facial for oily skin helps in healing the acne, blemishes as well as controls the oil, while offering soothing, anti-inflammatory and anti-septic properties. It also helps in removing the black and white heads, while scrubbing the dead skin cells out.
Facial makes skin relaxed and rejuvenated. Most of us would go to beauty parlours or beauty salons to get a facial done but they can be expensive when you are doing them regularly. So, how about doing facial at home. Yes, it sounds good, doing a facial yourself. This homemade natural facial is a lot cheaper than the cost of the salon facial.
After one at-home facial session, you'll never want to pay for one at a salon again. Do remember that you can save a lot of money if you can do it at home.
This basic facial for oily skin will offer you best results. This is also considered to be the best facial for oily skin.
By following this step by step procedure you can now give yourself a fabulous facial at home.

How To Do Facial At Home For Oily Skin?

1. Cleansing

Starting with a Cleanse is the best way to kick off your at home facial. Cleansing your face is crucial part of any kind of skincare routine. It is essential to remove all the dirt, dust particles, impurities and dead skin cells to avoid infections and break outs caused by clogging of the pores.
It removes the makeup residue and excess oil as well. For oily skin type it is important to use an excess oil removing cleanser to keep your face fresh and soft moisturized.

You will need:

  • 2 teaspoons ---- Powdered milk
  • 1 teaspoon ---- Water

Steps to Follow:

  1. Tie you hair back. You need your face to be clear of any obstructions for a through facial.
  2. To prep yourself for a facial, you need to start by washing your hands.
  3. Rinse your face with fresh water.
  4. Select a cleanser that is suited for your skin type. If you have oily skin, use an oil-free cleanser.
  5. Mix well powdered milk with water and gently rubs it in an upward circular motion onto your skin for 2 minutes.
  6. Splash off with cool water.

2. Exfoliating (Facial Scrub)

Exfoliation or scrubbing is another extremely important step when it comes to facial. Exfoliating your skin helps remove all the dead skin cells which make your skin looks dull. Scrubbing also helps to get rid of excessive oil that tends to clog your pores. It helps instantly brighten your face by revealing the younger and healthier layers of your skin. Exfoliation is good for mature skin which prevents fine lines and wrinkles. A good exfoliating scrub contains sugar that will “scrub” away the dead skin without damaging the healthy skin underneath.

You will need:

  • 2 teaspoons ---- Yogurt
  • 2 teaspoons ---- Sugar
  • 2 teaspoons ---- Honey

Steps to Follow:

  1. Mix well yogurt, sugar and honey. Using your fingers apply this facial scrub on the face in a gentle circular motion all over your face, from your T-zone down your nose, across your cheeks, and under your chin.
  2. Concentrate on the areas which have blackheads, whiteheads and blocked pores etc.
  3. You don't need to press the exfoliating beads into your skin; just a gentle amount of pressure is fine.
  4. Avoid scrubbing the exfoliation around your eyes.
  5. Do this for a couple of minutes and then leave this for 5 minutes.
  6. Use lukewarm water to rinse away the scrub. Make sure to rinse carefully around your eyes and nose so you don't leave any of the scrub on your face. Pat your face with a soft towel.
  7. Your skin is thoroughly scrubbed and ready for the next facial step which is steaming.

3. Steaming

Facial Steam works wonders for oily skin by removing dirt and oiliness. This procedure is crucial since it softens the skin which helps to cleanse the facial pores by opening them and also steaming makes the blackheads and whiteheads softer due to which it becomes very easy to extract them.
This also allows your skin to release toxins and soak up all the goodness that the facial has to offer. It is very essential to steam your face before using a face mask so that the nutrients of the mask penetrates deeper into your skin which results in glowing soft skin. Steaming helps to open your pores in preparation for a facial mask, this draws out impurities.

You will need:

  • One ---- Sauce pan or Large Bowl
  • One ---- Wash Cloth or Towel
  • 1-2 litre ---- Water
  • Sufficient quantity ---- Dried herbs

Steps to Follow:

  1. Oily skin types can use dried herbs like lavender, rosemary and thyme while steaming your face. The aromas created by these herbs can be extremely uplifting and will relax you while they clarify your skin with their antioxidant content.
  2. Take a sauce pan and fill it up with water. Add some dried herbs like lavender, rosemary and thyme to the water, bring it to a boil and switch off the stove.
  3. Place a towel over your head and lean over the pot so that the towel creates a tent to hold the steam.
  4. Close your eyes and relax. This process opens up the pores and makes your face ready for the mask.
  5. Keep steaming for face for 5-10 minutes, then turn off the heat.
  6. If you have sensitive skin, try and avoid this step as it can exacerbate the problem.

4. Deep Cleaning (Facial Mask)

Once you’ve steamed your face, your skin is ready to take on some nutrition. A facial mask draws impurities from your pores and brings out the very best in your skin.
Applying face masks give your skin the boost it needs to stay healthy and look radiant. The type of mask you use should be based on your skin type. For oily skin, clay based masks are perfect to use as they help in removing excess oil, while making your skin look fresh and healthy.

You will need:

  • One ---- Tomato
  • 15 ---- Peppermint leaves
  • 1 ½ teaspoon ---- Dried Yeast
  • 1 teaspoon ---- Lemon juice

Steps to Follow:

  1. Boil 1 tomato in hot water, let it cool now peel the skin and then remove the seeds. Make a paste of tomato pulp, peppermint leaves, yeast, and lemon juice.
  2. Apply to face for 10-15 minutes or it gets dry. If you want to relax while your mask goes to work, slice up a cucumber, lie down in a comfortable place, and put one slice over each eye. This will keep the mask from dripping into your eyes and moisturize your eyelids at the same time.
  3. Don’t leave the mask for a long time as this might tighten your skin which results in fine lines. After fifteen minutes, gently wipe off the mask using wet cotton pads and wash your face with cold water. Use a soft towel to pat your skin dry.

5. Toning

After opening your pores with the steam and mask treatment, it's time to use some toner. Toner is used to remove any residual dirt and traces of facial cleanser from your face. It also tones your skin well for the application of a moisturizer.
Toning your skin closes your pores and tightens the skin, which helps your skin look bright and youthful. A toner also helps make your skin more receptive to hydration.
You should use an alcohol free toner before moisturizing your face. This leads to inflammation and drying out of your skin, particularly when it’s used on delicate or already partly dried-out skin.

You will need:

  • One handful ---- Rose Petals fresh
  • ½ litre ---- Water
  • 100 gm ---- Brown sugar
  • 2 tablespoon ---- Witch hazel
  • ¼ teaspoon ---- Camphor

Steps to Follow:

  1. Simmer all in water for 10-15 minutes strain and let it cool.
  2. Take a cotton pad and use it to apply the toner onto your face.
  3. Avoid the area around your eyes as you do this.
  4. The cotton pad will help spread the toner while also removing residual dirt.
  5. Allow the toner to dry naturally.

6. Moisturizing

The final facial at home step is daily moisturizing. To maintain the texture of your glossy skin, use a moisturiser after wiping off the face toner. Your freshly revealed and nourished skin will need hydration for lasting radiance. A moisturizer will help hydrate your skin and lock moisture in so that your skin is less prone to damage.
Oily skins need a good moisturizer to nourish and maintain the softness of your skin. For oily skin, you can choose a water-based or light moisturizer so that you’re won’t feel any greasy.

You will need:

  • 1 tablespoon ---- Rose water
  • 1 tablespoon ---- Aloe vera Jel

Steps to Follow:

  1. Mix well Rose water with Aloe vera Jel.
  2. Depending on the consistency apply this onto your face and neck in upward circular motions and keep until it dries and then wash it off.

That’s it. Your simple and natural homemade facial treatment is done now. Oily skinned people can do this at home once in a week. This treatment reduces premature aging of skin, uneven skin tone, pimples dark spots, dark patches, and dullness from your face and thus enhances the beauty of your skin.
So now that you've read 6 simple steps on how to do facials at home, what are you waiting for? Bring the salon home!

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