Despite the fact that oily and dry skin depends on the diet, its type is determined by genetics. It is important to remember that each skin type has its pros and cons. For example, oily skin is more slowly aging and wilting. Proper care for this type of face (along with nutrition) can minimize the problems of oily sheen, acne and irritation. Many essential oils have astringent and lipid-balancing properties that oily skin needs. Consider a number of essential oils recommended for oily skin care. Most essential oils can cause irritation when applied directly to the skin. Tea tree oil is mild enough to be used without dilution. Because of its astringent properties, tea tree oil is often used to treat oily and acne-prone skin. Rosemary essential oil has antibacterial, antiviral and antiseptic properties. It is very effective in bringing oily skin into balance, as well as treating purulent pimples. It has a very light texture, the molecular structure is most similar to natural sebum. One of the best for oily skin, jojoba oil tricks the skin into stopping its own oil production. Cedar oil is extracted from the bark of the tree and is used for both dry and oily skin. Fennel essential oil balances oily skin without drying it out. It stimulates blood circulation and has a tonic property. To use these oils, mix 10 drops of one of the oils with 1 tablespoon of vegetable oil. Rub the mixture into the skin without rinsing. It is not recommended to use cedar and fennel oils during pregnancy. Derived from grape seeds, this essential oil is rich in vitamin C and other antioxidants. Well restores the skin, has, in addition, a brightening property. Acne and enlarged pores are not easily treated, but Schizandra, meanwhile, is effective for these conditions. Effective astringent properties. Other recommended oils include Mix 10-15 drops of oil with a cream (preferably as natural as possible). Perform the procedure on clean skin before going to bed.