Ayurvedic Remedy for Oily Skin

Ayurvedic Remedy for Oily Skin

Ayurvedic Remedy for Oily Skin

Ayurvedic Remedy for  Oily Skin

Causes of Oily Skin

Hormonal imbalances in adolescence cause oily skin. This type of skin is common in teenagers. The oil secretion in skin increases during teen age and decreases as age advances. Hormonal imbalance may appear during pregnancy and menopause, which lead to increase secretion of oil from oil glands of skin. Contraceptive pills and cosmetics also tend to increase the oil secretion. Humidity and Hot weather naturally increase oil secretion from oil glands of skin. The oil producing glands of skin are overactive and produce more oil. The excess oil, which oozes out gives the skin a greasy shine and the enlarged pores make the skin look coarse.

The problems of Oily skin:

Enlarged pores
Black heads.
Acne and pimples .
Coarse pores.
More Oily.
Dark skin due to excess oil.
More prone to moist eczema.
Fungal infections are common.

Ayurveda tips for Oily skin condition.

Wash skin with plenty of warm water (2-3 times a day) and mild soap or herbal scrub to prevent clogging of pores.
Avoid using harsh chemicals to remove oil, as some amount of natural oil is needed to maintain the texture of skin.
Avoid too much washing of skin as it leads to overproduction of oil to compensate the loss.
Always use hot water to wash face as it dissolves clogged oil and also balances Kapha.
Use a moisturizer, free of oil.
Avoid sticky make up, which clogs the pores.
Apply half spoon of lemon juice mixed with half spoon of cucumber juice to face half an hour before taking bath.
To clear away excess oil, useherbal pack, which contains herbs that normalize kapha and lessens excess oil secretion.
Mix equal parts of lemon juice and water. Apply this mixture on face and rinse it first with warm water and then followed by cold water after it dries.
Avoid heavy, fried fatty food.
Avoid cheese and sugar rich deserts.
Consume light, well-spiced food as they balance kapha.
Avoid constipating foods.
Include ginger, pepper, and long pepper in diet.
Exercise regularly.
Take plenty of leafy green vegetables and fresh fruits.
Massaging whole body with herbal oil rejuvenates the body and skin.
Use ayurvedic body cleansers, which expel body toxins.
Avoid excessive consumption of soft drinks, alcohol, tea, coffee and chocolates.

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