10 Packs for an Oily Nose – Because All Eyes are on Your Nose!

Tips for oily nose
It’s a bug, a nuisance and the last thing a girl would ever want to have. Oily nose, yaar what else! It gets to be sickening in the summer heat. And how many tissue wipes can you carry all the time to give your nose a non-oily look.

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Oily skin happens because of eating certain foods that makes the oil glands give out excess of sebum (oil). As if this was not enough, the little pores on the nose get prone to acne and blackheads due to oil secretion.

Thankfully, there are packs available to combat the greasy nose.

Let’s check out some face packs for an oily noise.

Strawberry Crush

Munch not but put it on your sweet little nosy. Ya, we are talking about strawberry fruit that has good levels of Vitamin C to treat oily skin. Just cut a piece of strawberry into half and rub its juice over your oily nose a bit. Keep repeating this twice a week to combat oiliness on nose.

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Natural Remedies for Oily nose

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Banana Peel

This is one of the best home remedies to treat oily nose. Once you have consumed the banana fruit, rub its peel over your oily nose. Give it 15 minutes to dry. Now rinse your nose with clear water.

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home remedies to treat oily nose

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Apricot Paste

Get two fresh apricots and press them into a paste. Now apply his paste as a face pack on your oily nose. When it dries up, wipe off the pack gently using a wet cotton swab. You will see the excess oil getting removed along with the paste.

Apricot Paste for oily nose

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Tomato Puree

Ah…and you thought tomato puree is just for sautéing Indian and Continental dishes. Well, this humble and thick puree helps stop excess oil production on the nose. Tomato also has Vitamin C that can remove your face tan. Doesn’t this make the pulpy tomato the most effective fruit for your nose beauty?

Best Homemade Face Masks For Oily Skin

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Avocado Pack

This is one fruit that does you good when it comes to treating oily skin. Just make a thick pulp of it and apply it to your oily nose. When the paste gets dry, gently wipe it off with a cotton swab dipped in milk.

Best Homemade Avocado nose Packs

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Besan Flour

Besan ke pakore? Yum yum! Now get the same effect when you treat your oily skin with the goodness of besan flour. Mix 1 tbsp besan flour with 1 tbsp rose water and make it into a paste of thick consistency. Apply it on your oily nose and wash it when dry.

Homemade Besan Face Packs

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Milk cream pack

Milk is important for your health since it has calcium, proteins and essential vitamins. It is equally good a home remedy for oily nose. First, wipe off your nose with a cotton swab dipped into milk and cream every night before going to bed. Keep repeating it for one week to find accurate results.

Milk Cream For Oily Skin

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Yogurt is not only good for healthy gut but also in treatment of oily nose as a face pack. Twice a week, massage cold yogurt on your nose. The good bacteria present in it will remove the excess of oil leaving you with a shiny nose.

yogurt for Oily Nose

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Amla Juice

Amla is grandma’s great recipe for good hair, great memory and now oily nose too. We are all very well aware of the benefits of amla juice for skin. Rinse your face with amla juice once a week. This will help you not only get rid of the oiliness on your nose skin but also make your skin glow afresh.

Benefits of Amla Juice for Skin

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Potato Skin

Massage the juice of cut potato on your oily nose. When it dries up completely, rinse your face with clear warm water to see the results show up.

Potato skin for an Oily Nose

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Now get ready to sport even-toned, spotless and flawless nose. Let us know your experiences after having tried these face packs for an oily nose.

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Deepika Dewan

A consummate writer, an advertising professional for over 16 years, an active blogger on fashion, ramp, beauty and health; ex-visiting faculty on advertising and communications and a creative consultant, there is never an end to putting words that click. Coffee, crafts and soundtracks keep me high. Get carried away by the innocence of dogs who come each morning for their early morning biscuits (that’s my best wake-up call) to eating at dhabas! Wish to be between a Barkha Dutt to Tabu. When can I listen to Vangelis live is a bug that doesn’t go away. Want to switch over to anchoring, and giving a lecture at the IIM. The cup of wishes is exceeding, so taking life as it comes – unfiltered and unassuming.

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