Acne diet and oily skin




Oily skin diet

Unfortunately not all people have a normal kind of skin. Usually we can divide skin on three types which are normal, dry and oily skin. Each kind of skin has a different property and needs a special treatment. There are more ways how to treat skin. We can do it with skin care products or we can do it with a diet, food we eat every day. NATURAL REMEDIES FOR OILY SKIN.

Oils produced by the body help keep skin healthy, but too much of oils can leave your face looking oily, which no one wants. Another problem is that excess oil can also lead to blemishes and acne flare-ups. Fortunately, there are definitely plenty of ways to cut down on oiliness.

What makes oily skin?

Glands, which are producing sebum are the main reason of oily skin. If these glands produce too much sebum the result is oily skin. You can feel that because your skin become more shiny and oily. Oily skin can be a problem, because can lead to acne.

For oily skin is very important vitamin B2, known as riboflavin. A deficiency of vitamin B2 can be a cause of oily skin.

How to get rid of oily skin?

As we mentioned at the beginning we can choose between two ways, which is a balanced diet and we can call it oily skin diet and appropriate skin care products for oily skin, like toners or cleansers.

Oily skin diet should consist of fruits and vegetables, because they are full of vitamins, water and antioxidants.

Riboflavin or Vitamin B2 is important for oily skin. This vitamin is found mostly in animal food, like milk, cheese and dairy products.

Vegetables that contain most of vitamin B2 are spinach, avocado, asparagus, mushrooms, wheat germ, chick peas, peas, bananas, bread, bananas and cereals.

People who suffer from deficiency of riboflavin usually don’t drink enough milk or don’t consume enough dairy products, have a very strict vegan diet, which doesn’t include eggs, cheese or other animal products, suffer from intestinal mal-absorption or perform heavy sport activities or have hard work.

Fortunately today is possible to replace this lack of riboflavin with supplements, which could be found in tablets or capsules. So if you want to have an appropriate oily skin diet you can buy vitamin B2 tablets.

In your oily skin diet can be included also zinc. Food that contains zinc is celery, asparagus, borage, figs potatoes, eggplant and walnuts. However if you suffer from oily skin you should exclude food that contains high fats.

Use of cleansers and toners

Oily skin diet will be more effective also if you will use toners or cleansers. Important is, that you clean your face at least twice per day in morning and night. If you notice that you get your skin oily also during the day you have to clean it more frequently.

What products you use for oily skin it depends what suits you better. For cleanser you have to be careful that you use gently cleansers as harsh soap can lead to even more oily skin. Same rule is for toners, some people prefer toner to cleansers.

 

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