Homemade Face Pack For Oily Skin- Dermatologist Recommended

Written By Dr Surbhi, MD Skin

Last updated: 03/10/18

Being a dermatologist, I understand that oily skin looks greasy and is studded with pimples, comedones, and enlarged pores. You need a potent oil absorbing ingredients, to bring the clean and matt look back. Therefore, I use chick pea flour(besan) and clay (multani mitti) in this homemade face to absorb extra oils. After using this face pack, you will notice that your skin is less greasy, and new black/white heads, open pores and pimples stop appearing. The best part is that this homemade face for oily skin can be stored without refrigeration for 3 months and takes less than 5 minutes to make. Are you ready to make homemade face pack for your oily skin?

I have further customised the recipe of this homemade face pack for oily skin depending on your key skin concern, as discussed below:

For Acne Prone Skin:

If you have oily skin with blackheads, whiteheads, pimples, and open pores; then you can add ingredients like tea tree oil, turmeric, neem, honey, etc. to your face pack. To see the full recipe, click Homemade Anti-Acne Face Pack For Oily Skin-Dermatologist Recommended.

For Dark patches:

If your main concern is pigmentation in the form of dark patches, tanning, freckles, dark spots on your oily face, then you should add skin lightening ingredients like aloe vera, licorice, saffron, sandalwood, etc. For detailed recipe click, Homemade Skin Lightening Face Pack For Oily Skin.

For Wrinkles:

If you have wrinkles, age spots, sagging skin along with abundant oil secretion on your face, then you can add anti-aging ingredients pack like green tea, licorice, coffee, aloe vera, etc. to your homemade face. For detailed recipe click, Homemade Anti-Aging Face Pack For Oily Skin.

 If you have multiple skin concerns, like pigmentation, wrinkles, pimples, rosacea etc. on your oily skin, then you should consult a dermatologist for formulating your skincare regime.


Try Our product Finder tool

Did you know 80% people use wrong skin/hair care products