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People with oily skin often suffer from enlarged pores, which they are desperate to shrink. There are many products on the market that claim they can do this, but it’s best to treat this problem with simple natural remedies you can prepare at home.

Water and baking soda

Mix 2 tablespoons of baking soda and water, then apply the paste on your face and let it dry for 15 minutes. When you feel the mask tightening your skin, wash it off with cold water.

Cucumber, lemon and rosewater

Take a cucumber and peel it, then crush its flesh and add a teaspoon of rosewater and a few drops of lemon juice into the liquid. Put the mixture in a clean cloth, then fold it and apply it on your face for 5-10 minutes. Rinse with cold water in the end.

Egg white and lemon juice

Mix 2 egg whites with a couple of drops of lemon juice and apply the resulting mask on your face. Leave it to dry for a few minutes then wash it off with cold water in the end. This mask will tighten your pores while exfoliating your skin and removing excess oil from it.

Tomato and lime juice

Add 2-4 drops of lime juice in tomato juice, then apply the mask on your face with a cotton ball and leave it for 15 minutes. Rinse with cold water in the end. This mask will remove excess oil from your face due to the acid from the lime and the astringent properties of tomatoes. It will also tighten your skin and close your pores.

Almond and lime juice

Soak a few almonds in water overnight, then crush them to a paste in the morning and add some lime juice in it. Apply the paste on your face and leave it on for half an hour, then wash it off with cold water in the end.

Lemon and pineapple juice

Squeeze half a lemon into a bowl, then add half a cup of pineapple juice in it. Now, soak a cloth in the mixture and apply it on your face, leaving it to work for 5 minutes before washing it off with cold water. This mask will tighten your skin due to the enzymes in the pineapple juice and the astringent effect of the acid in the lemon juice.