In combination skins, usually the T-zone (forehead, nose and chin) is oily, while the rest of the face is dry. Pimples on the forehead can occur due to oiliness of the skin.
Combination Skin, Pimples:
- You should wash the face only twice a day with a medicated soap.
- After washing, wipe the oily areas with rose water mixed with an astringent lotion in equal quantities. Use this two or three times a day.
- Avoid applying gram flour or fuller earth as they can sometimes clog the pores and cause pimples, blackheads or white heads, especially in pimple-prone skin.
- Add a little turmeric to curd and apply daily on the face, washing it off well with water after 20 minutes.
- Add a few drops of rose water to sandalwood paste and apply on the forehead and areas with spots.
- Keep it on for at least one hour.
Pimples occur on the oily areas of the skin.
- Therefore, applying cold cream can lead to further pimples.
- Mix one part of pure glycerine with four parts of rosewater and keep it in the fridge.
- Apply it on the face after washing and before applying it, add a few drops of lemon juice to it.