The oily skin is typical of Mediterranean women with dark complexion . It comes with oily areas in the forehead, nose and chin , the so-called “T-zone”. Taking care is very important, both from the point of view that aesthetic dermatology. Here I suggest how to remove make-up oily skin.

The most important thing is to choose the products up removal suitable for this type of epidermis. Better not go to the supermarket, but go to a well-stocked perfume or better yet in a pharmacy, where you can benefit from the advice of an expert. You’ll need a soap stick sulfur or water spa, a biological cleansing milk , rose water and a little bottle of Indian Oil . Make also supply cotton disks and prepares a cloth in linen.


First of all, take the cleansing milk organic. The ideal would be a formulation free of parabens and silicone, as they tend to excessively greasy skin . Pour a little on a floppy cotton and begins to remove make-up, starting from the central areas of the forehead, nose and chin . On the rest of the face proceed with gentle movements and rotations. Then wash your face with sulfur soap and fresh water. This combination helps to narrow the pores . Never use hot water, even in winter, in order to avoid the opposite effect. You will give you a boost of energy and it will also benefit the microcirculation. Dried dabbing with linen cloth, which has the advantage of not creating irritation and redness.

At this point, you have to put in practice the devices suitable for oily skin. Pour a few drops of Indian oil on a clean cotton pad and rub well to the sides of the nose, the area in which the points blacks proliferate and must be kept perfectly clean. Then, it uses the ‘ rose water as a tonic, to complete your up removal. Now you can do your daily skincare routine with the products. Remember structuralist always, even when you’re tired, that the trick to avoid entering the pores and worsen the situation of oiliness and impurities. Once or twice a week, depending on your needs, make a mask based astringent green clay, to standardize and purify the complexion. Finally, one last piece of advice: choose a make-up oil-free, which contrasts the effect of “anointed” and it opaque.