People that have oily skin also have big pores. They hate the pores and need to make them less visible. You can get many items on the market for tight skin and reduce the pores but they are not so much effective.

But there is good news, you can make natural recipe for this at home.

What to do?

1. Baking soda and water

Mix 2 tbsp baking soda and 2 tbsp water. Make a paste to apply it on the face and let this dry for 15 min. when the mask is tight, rinse with cool water. All such recipes are with 2-3 items, natural and effective.

2. Cucumber, rosewater and lemon

Peel a cucumber and get the flesh. Crush it and add some lemon juice and rosewater. Get a clean cloth and dip it in this. Fold the cloth and put it on the face. Wash the face with cold water.

3. Lemon juice and egg white

Make a natural mask with some lemon drops and egg whites. Apply and wait it to be dry. Rinse with cold water and this will make the pores smaller and remove dirt and dead cells.

4. Lime and tomato

Mix tomato juice and 4 drops lime juice. Dip cotton ball in this and apply it on the face. After 15 min, rinse with cold water. The acid of these 2 items will remove excess oil and be like an astringent.

5. Lime juice and almond

Put a few almonds in a bit of water. Mash them in the morning and make a paste. Add lime juice here and apply on the skin. After half an hour, rinse with cool water.

6. Pineapple juice and lemon

Get juice of ½ lemon and add ½ cup pineapple juice. Mix and dip a cloth in this. Put it on the face and after 5 min, rinse with cold water. The pineapple has enzymes for clean skin and it goes well with lemon juice.

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