These 5 Simple tips will ease your oily T-zone

If you too are suffering the T-zone, do try these tips and tricks.

 Onlymyhealth Staff Writer
Written by: Onlymyhealth Staff WriterPublished at: Feb 15, 2017

That troublesome T-zone

That troublesome T-zone
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The summers are just round the corner and so is the trouble of T-zone. Yes, summers are the one of the many factors that causes T-zone in most people and indeed a T-zone can be an annoying thing. The constant formation of oil on your face can not only make your skin look dull and greasy all the time but it can also make you prone to acne and other skin troubles. If you too are suffering from T-zone troubles, follow these tips and tricks.     Image: Shutterstock

Quit washing your face too frequently

Quit washing your face too frequently
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Many people do the mistake of washing their faces with water constantly to get rid of excess oil. Washing does help but washing it way too often during a day can cause you to produce more oil, instead wash it twice a day and also, try washing your face with a mild face wash and avoid alcohol based ace wash or soaps.   Image: Shutterstock

Do not use drying formulas

Do not use drying formulas
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Try and avoid drying formulas that promise to help you get rid of an oily skin. Instead, make use of pore-tightening products that will shrink the pores without drying out the area.   Image: Shutterstock

Use a mask

Use a mask
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Make use of quick DIY masks like mixing 1 teaspoon honey, 1 teaspoon of aloe vera gel and 1 tbsp of curd. Apply this on your face twice a week.   Image: Shutterstock

Do not exfoliate much

Do not exfoliate much
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Exfoliation unclogs the blocked pores but after exfoliation, your T-zone tends to get more sensitive. So, avoid exfoliation too harshly, instead go for mild scrubs.   Image: Shutterstock

Moisturise daily

Moisturise daily
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This is a wrong perception that an oily skin does not need moisture. Instead, you need to keep your skin well-hydrated. Instead of oil based moisturisers, go for water based moisturisers.   Image: Shutterstock

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