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Going All-Natural Against Oily Face for Men

From cleansers, face washes, and masks to treatments, toners, moisturizers, and more, there seems to be a never-ending list of men's skincare products that we need to abide by [...]

From cleansers, face washes, and masks to treatments, toners, moisturizers, and more, there seems to be a never-ending list of men’s skincare products that we need to abide by to get that glowing, radiant skin. We also have to consider our skin types and choose appropriately for sensitive, combination, oily, and dry skin.

Without a doubt, the market for men’s skincare is now saturated with so many options that it causes headaches. We can’t expect everyone to understand and differentiate even the most intricate purposes and ingredients between product to product.

Today, we will be exploring the natural alternatives you can try out for yourself, suited for men with oily skin. To give you both inexpensive choices for skincare and save you the trouble of choosing from so many.

Why Go All-Natural?

While picking out products off an aisle may seem easy, you’re actually losing out on so many benefits that you could get from going all-natural with your skincare routine. Especially for those with oily skin, there are just some things that products can never get right, and only we know.

First, a lot of these items are readily available and accessible. From your local produce market to your kitchen, you’d be surprised to know how easy it is to get your hands on natural alternatives.

Second, going all-natural gives you control over your products and ingredients. This allows you to tweak and optimize your mix to best work with your skin. Plus, you can ensure that no other chemical or additives were combined into the mix.

Third, all-natural alternatives are inexpensive, and you won’t have to allocate a hefty sum of your budget just to get healthy and clear skin.

Cleanse: Papaya and Organic Honey

Mashed fruit and organic ingredients are a fantastic combination in making a natural face cleanser. And one excellent option for those with oily skin is mixing papaya and organic honey.

Papaya boasts plenty of vitamins and minerals that can help remove dead skin cells and rejuvenate your skin. Plus, mixing it in with honey gives you the added benefit of anti-inflammatory properties and scar treatment.

This papaya-organic honey combination also functions as a wonderful face mask. Leave it on for a few minutes, wash it off, and voila you now have beautiful, radiant skin!

Exfoliate: Coffee Grounds and Coconut Oil

Cleansing alone won’t complete the skincare routine, and one must never forget to exfoliate to rid the face of dead skin cells and uncover the new cells that lay waiting. Luckily, there are plenty of natural alternatives, and we recommend mixing coffee grounds and coconut oil to make the best exfoliator.

Coffee smells amazing, freshens up the face, wakes you up, and even reduces inflammation. Mixing it with coconut oil, which is well-known for anti-bacterial and moisturizing properties, will net you with the perfect face scrub/all-natural exfoliator.

Do this once or twice a week, depending on your skin, and then you can expect massive changes and progress from this natural alternative alone. Other options include olive oil and sugar, so experiment and see which suits your skin the most!

Moisturize: Aloe Vera

Last but not least, we can’t just strip our face of dirt, grime, and oils without moisturizing. A moisturizer lets us come full circle, fight off dryness/oiliness, and bring back balance to our face. And for that job, we have none other than the champion of moisturizing-aloe vera.

On top of its anti-aging and anti-inflammatory properties, using it will leave your face feeling soft and smooth. It also gives your face a healthier and brighter complexion, helping you look your best. Not to mention that it works best for those with oily problems.

If you’re looking at body lotions, you can also give shea butter and coconut oil a chance as these are also very effective at moisturizing and keeping your skin healthy.

Perhaps an Underlying Problem?

If you continue to struggle with skin problems and can’t seem to get your skincare routine right, then you may want to look at other factors affecting it:

  • Stress: Stressors can cause pimples, acne, wrinkles, and many unappealing properties to come out. So, do your best to relax and give yourself a break.
  • Fatigue: While a hard day’s work is commendable, being constantly fatigued is a dangerous sign. You might need to book an appointment and get chronic fatigue treatment.
  • Diet: We are what we eat, and our food reflects the state of our skin. So, make healthier food options to aid with your skincare.

Try It Out

Overall, there are plenty of alternative solutions to skincare, and they may just be the answer you’ve been looking for. While oily skin is tough to deal with, we guys need to tough it out and see what works best.

So, give each all-natural choice a shot and maybe look into other options to find out which one you’re most comfortable with.

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Laura Bartlett

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