20 Best And Effective Homemade Scrubs For Oily Skin

Flaunt radiant and deeply cleansed skin with easy and effective exfoliating recipes.

Medically reviewed by Dr. Sameeksha Chand, MBBS, MD DVL
Written by Kushneet Kukreja
Edited by Anjali Sayee
Fact-checked by Swathi E, Certified Skin Care Coach  • 

It is not very easy to take care of oily skin. Plus, finding the right products that can cater to the unique requirements of this skin type is also tricky. But with the homemade scrubs for oily skin, your worries can finally die.
Unlike the expensive chemical-infused ones you find in the market, these homemade scrubs will clean your skin and prevent further aggravation of any skin issue to help you achieve healthy skin.

Any beauty and skin care enthusiast knows that it is essential to remove the dead cells and excess oil from the skin that contribute to the formation of pimples and acne. The homemade scrubs are designed to solve these problems exclusively and prevent further damage to the skin. In addition, they do not contain chemicals and are very pocket-friendly.

It is time to flaunt some healthy-looking skin texture that is flawless enough to let you steal the show. So, give your skin the required love through the options provided below. Scroll down to find your favorites and make your personalized scrub in your kitchen. Read on for more info!

Homemade Scrubs For Oily Skin

  1. Cucumber Scrub
  2. Coconut Oil Scrub
  3. Coffee Face Scrub
  4. Oatmeal Scrub
  5. Kiwi Fruit Scrub
  6. Green Tea Scrub
  7. Honey Scrub
  8. Lemon Sugar Scrub
  9. Masoor Dal Scrub
  10. Olive Oil And Sugar Scrub
  11. Orange Peel Scrub
  12. Papaya Scrub
  13. Rice Scrub
  14. Sugar Scrub
  15. Tomato Scrub
  16. Walnut Scrub
  17. Lemon Juice And Salt Scrub
  18. Egg, Sea Salt, And Lime Juice
  19. Strawberry, Oats, And Lime Juice Scrub
  20. Apple And Oatmeal Scrub

Scrub Your Way To Healthy And Balanced Skin

1. Cucumber Scrub For Oily Skin

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This scrub is the simplest among all the scrubs. Cucumber removes excess oil from the skin as it is a mild astringent. (1). It also shrinks pores which are a common problem with oily skin (2). With regular use, you will notice your skin getting clear and oil-free.

Ingredients

1/2 cucumber

How To Use
  1. Take the cucumber and either grate it or mash it.
  2. Apply on the face and massage in upward circular motions for 3-5 minutes.
  3. Rinse with cool water.
Time Taken To Complete This Process

10 minutes

Tips And Precautions for Applying

It is recommended to apply the scrub on a clean face and use an oil-free moisturizer once you have washed your face.

How Often Should I Use?

Repeat this twice a week.

2. Coconut Oil Scrub For Oily Skin

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Coconut oil absorbs all the accumulated impurities from your skin and promotes natural skin nourishment. It keeps the skin moisturized, and this brings the excess oil production under control (3). Anecdotal evidence suggests that coconut sugar granules help in exfoliating the dead skin cells.

Ingredients
  • 1 tablespoon coconut oil
  • 1 teaspoon coconut sugar
How To Use
  1. Add sugar to the oil and give it a stir.
  2. Apply this in circular motions all over the face and neck.
  3. Scrub for 3-4 minutes and then rinse with lukewarm water.
  4. Wash your face with cool water immediately.
Time Taken To Complete This Process

10 minutes

Tips And Precautions for application

None

How Often Should I Use?

Use this twice a week.

3. Coffee Face Scrub For Oily Skin

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Your morning coffee is not just for that caffeine to wake you up properly, it can also be used for your skin as coffee scrub. The caffeine will also wake up your skin and make it glow naturally. This is because it increases the circulation of blood under the skin. It is also rich in antioxidantsi  XMolecules that help fight free radicals in the body formed during the oxidation process, thus preventing cell damage. (4). The coarseness of the grounds will exfoliate the skin effectively.

Ingredients
  • 1 tablespoon coffee grounds (preferably from freshly brewed coffee)
  • 1 tablespoon yogurt
How To Use
  1. Mix the coffee grounds and yogurt together and gently scrub your face for a minute or two.
  2. Leave it on for about five minutes and then rinse.
Time Taken To Complete This Process

10-12 minutes

Tips And Precautions for Applying

Replace the yogurt with honey in this scrub if you are allergic to dairy products.

How Often Should I Use?

Do this once or twice a week.

4. Oatmeal Scrub For Oily Skin

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Oatmeal is soothing and cleansing for the skin as it contains anti-inflammatory compounds and saponinsi  XA common compound found in several plants rich in antimicrobial properties that help boost the immune system.  (5). Yogurt (rich in lactic acid) exfoliates the skin while honey keeps skin moisturized (6), (7). After regular use of this scrub, you will see a glow on your face, and the excess oil on the face will reduce to a great extent.

Ingredients
  • 1 tablespoon oatmeal
  • 1 tablespoon yogurt
  • 1 tablespoon honey
How To Use
  1. Mix all the ingredients together and apply on the face and neck areas.
  2. Leave it on for 10 minutes.
  3. Wet your fingers and start scrubbing in a circular motion. Scrub for 3-4 minutes.
  4. Rinse with cool water.
Time Taken To Complete This Process

18-20 minutes

Tips And Precautions

Use rosewater instead of yogurt in case you are allergic to it.

How Often Should I Use?

Repeat the scrub application one to two times a week.

5. Kiwi Fruit Scrub For Oily Skin

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The vitamins C and E present in kiwi act as antioxidants and improve both the health and the texture of the skin (8). Sugar is a well-known exfoliant.

Ingredients
  • 1 kiwi fruit
  • 2 teaspoons sugar
  • 2-3 drops sunflower oil or olive oil
How To Use
  1. Peel and mash the kiwi.
  2. To this, add the sugar and oil and mix well.
  3. Apply all over the face and neck and scrub in circular motions for 2-3 minutes.
  4. Leave the scrub on for a few more minutes before rinsing it off.
Time Taken To Complete This Process

10 minutes

Tips And Precautions Before And After Applying

None

How Often Should I Use?

Use this once a week.

6. Green Tea Scrub For Oily Skin

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The beneficial effects of green tea are primarily due to its polyphenoli  XA naturally occurring compound found in fruits, vegetables, and whole grains that helps improve blood circulation in the body. content. These compounds are potent antioxidants that will remove the oxidative stressi  XIt results from the imbalance between free radicals and antioxidants present in the body and can cause brain fog, fatigue and wrinkles. damaging your skin (9). The acidic nature of lemon juice keeps the skin’s natural oils under control.

Ingredients
  • 2 green tea bags
  • 2 tablespoons sugar
  • Few drops of lemon juice
  • A cup of hot water
How To Use
  1. Steep the green tea in hot water until the water cools down by itself.
  2. Once cooled, remove the tea bags and use this decoction to prepare the scrub.
  3. Take about two tablespoons of green tea decoction and add the sugar and lemon juice to it. Add more green tea if required, but keep the consistency liquidy enough to apply as a scrub.
  4. Apply this on your face using your fingers or a cotton pad. Scrub for 3-4 minutes.
  5. Rinse with lukewarm water and then with cool water.

Store the rest of the decoction in an air-tight container to be used the next time.

Time Taken To Complete This Process

30-40 minutes

Tips And Precautions

None

How Often Should I Use?

Repeat this twice a week.

Ekta, a skin care enthusiast and blogger, shares her observations after using a homemade scrub made from green tea and honey: “It [the scrub] instantly brightens the skin and cleanses it so well. It does away with dead skin and also unclogs the pores. [My] skin looks immaculate (i).”

7. Honey Scrub For Oily Skin

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The healing properties of honey have been used to treat a variety of skin ailments. When it comes to oily skin, the antioxidants in honey heal the damaged skin cells and also protect the skin from damage caused by free radicals (10). Honey, being a humectanti  XSubstances commonly found in skincare products that help hydrate the skin moist by retaining moisture. , will keep the skin hydrated and moisturized. This particular effect will reduce the excess oil from your skin (11).

Ingredients
  • 1 tablespoon honey
  • 2 tablespoons of ground almonds or almond powder
  • 1/2 teaspoon lemon juice
How To Use

1. Mix all the ingredients together and scrub your face with it for 2-3 minutes.
2. Rinse with lukewarm water.

Time Taken To Complete This Process

10-12 minutes

Tips And Precautions

Do not grind the almonds too finely. Leave them a little grainy and coarse for better exfoliation.

How Often Should I Use?

Use this scrub twice a week.

8. Lemon Sugar Scrub For Oily Skin

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Lemon rejuvenates skin and improves its complexion (12). The enzymes present in the lemon juice tighten the skin pores while the acids neutralize the skin’s pH. This reduces the excess oil production and makes your skin less oily, lighter, and brighter.

Ingredients
  • 1 teaspoon lemon juice
  • 2 teaspoons brown sugar
  • Few drops of honey or olive oil
How To Use

1. Add sugar and honey to the lemon juice and give the mix a stir.
2. Scrub with this for 2-3 minutes and then rinse with water.

Time Taken To Complete This Process

5 minutes

Tips And Precautions

Do not mix the ingredients too much as the sugar will start to melt. After washing your face, use a gentle moisturizer.

How Often Should I Use?

Repeat this twice a week for best results.

protip_icon Quick Tip
Avoid this homemade scrub if you have sensitive skin as lemon juice can cause redness and irritation.

9. Masoor Dal Scrub For Oily Skin

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The coarseness of the masoor dal (red lentils) will remove the dead skin cells and impurities from your skin. Your skin will become smoother and softer. Turmeric improves the vascular density and circulation under the skin (13). Yogurt controls the oil production.

Ingredients
  • 2 teaspoons of masoor dal powder (red lentils)
  • A pinch of turmeric
  • 1-2 teaspoon yogurt
How To Use

1. Add the turmeric powder to the red lentils powder and mix well.
2. Now, add the yogurt and mix.
3. Scrub your face gently with this for 2-3 minutes.
4. Rinse with lukewarm water.

Time Taken To Complete This Process

10 minutes

Tips And Precautions

Use rosewater as the liquid if you are allergic to dairy products.

How Often Should I Use?

Use this scrub once every week.

10. Olive Oil And Sugar Scrub For Oily Skin

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Olive oil is an excellent ingredient for pore cleansing and balancing the skin’s oil production. It nourishes and moisturizes the skin, and this lessens the excess sebumi  XAn oily substance produced by the sebaceous glands underneath the skin. It moisturizes and protects the skin from microbes. that was being produced (14). The honey and brown sugar exfoliate the skin and also remove the skin peels that usually form over acne in people with oily skin ( 11), (15).

Ingredients
  • 1 teaspoon olive oil
  • 1 teaspoon honey
  • 1 tablespoon brown sugar
How To Use

1. Mix all the ingredients and use as a scrub.
2. Rub in gentle circular motions for 2-3 minutes.
3. Rinse with lukewarm water.

Time Taken To Complete This Process

5 minutes

Tips And Precautions

None

How Often Should I Use?

It is recommended to use this scrub twice a week.

11. Orange Peel Scrub For Oily Skin

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The compounds present in orange peels not only bring the oil under control but also aid in skin brightening and even out your skin tone. Its exfoliating action is suitable even for sensitive skin types (18).

Ingredients
  • 1 tablespoon orange peel powder
  • 1 tablespoon honey
  • A pinch of turmeric
How To Use
  1. Firstly, mix the orange peel powder and turmeric thoroughly.
  2. Then add the honey to bind the powders together and get a grainy paste.
  3. Scrub with this paste for 3-4 minutes and then rinse your face with water.
Time Taken To Complete This Process

7-8 minutes

Tips And Precautions

None

How Often Should I Use?

Use this scrub twice every week.

12. Papaya Scrub For Oily Skin

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Papaya in a face mask or scrub is absolutely heavenly, especially for those with oily skin type. Its enzymesi  XA protein found in the body that acts as a catalyst for chemical reactions essential for metabolism. exfoliate the skin and are as good as getting a chemical treatment done at a clinic, unclogging pores and shrinking their size (17).

Ingredients
  • A piece of ripe papaya
  • Few drops of lemon juice (optional)
How To Use

1. Puree the papaya and apply on the face and neck.
2. Massage in circular motions for a few minutes.
3. Rinse with water.

Time Taken To Complete This Process

10 minutes

Tips And Precautions

Do not use this remedy if you are allergic to papaya.

How Often Should I Use?

Repeat this once or twice a week.

13. Rice Scrub For Oily Skin

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Rice scrub is a gentle exfoliant that helps to remove the dead cells clogging the skin pores (18). Baking soda is also a skin exfoliant, and at the same time, it helps to bring down the excess sebum production (15).

Ingredients
  • 1 tablespoon ground rice or rice powder
  • A pinch of baking soda
  • 1 teaspoon honey
How To Use

1. Mix all the ingredients together.
2. Apply the paste formed on the face and neck, and scrub gently for 2-3 minutes.
3. Rinse with cool water.

Time Taken To Complete This Process

5 minutes

Tips And Precautions

None

How Often Should I Use?

Repeat this 1-2 times in a week.

14. Sugar Scrub For Oily Skin

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Sugar granules exfoliate the skin and make it smoother. Exfoliation also removes excess oil from the skin and reduces the chances of acne breakouts (15).

Ingredients
  • 1 tablespoon sugar
  • 1 teaspoon honey
How To Use

1. Mix the sugar and honey together.
2. Scrub your face and neck gently for 2-3 minutes.
3. Rinse with lukewarm water.

Time Taken To Complete This Process

5 minutes

Tips And Precautions

Do not mix the ingredients too much as the sugar will melt.

How Often Should I Use?

Use this scrub twice a week.

15. Tomato Scrub For Oily Skin

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The astringenti  XAn alcohol-based liquid that helps tighten the pores and cleanse the skin by removing excess oil and reducing acne flare. properties of tomato reduce the excess oil, cleanse the skin, and also shrink pores. Your skin will be less oily, tighter, and also lighter with this remedy.

Ingredients
  • 1 small tomato
  • 1-2 tablespoons sugar
How To Use

1. Extract the juice from the tomato and add sugar to it.
2. Scrub well with this mix on the face and the neck area as well.
3. Rinse with water

Time Taken To Complete This Process

7-8 minutes

Tips And Precautions

If you have sensitive skin, add some honey to the mix.

How Often Should I Use?

Repeat this twice a week.

16. Walnut Scrub For Oily Skin

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This scrub is very effective as walnuts are excellent for skin health (19). They contain beta-carotene, vitamin E, and alpha-linolenic acid that help keep the skin supple and promote skin softening. Honey keeps the skin nourished and hydrated.

Ingredients
  • 1-2 walnuts
  • 2 teaspoon honey
  • 1/2 teaspoon lemon juice
How To Use

1. Take the walnuts and grind them.
2. Add honey and lemon juice, and mix well.
3. Apply on the face in circular motions. Scrub for a minute or two.
4. Rinse with lukewarm water.

Time Taken To Complete This Process

10 minutes

Tips And Precautions

Don’t grind the walnuts too much as they need to be in the granular form for better exfoliation.

How Often Should I Use?

Scrub your face with this paste once a week.

17. Lemon Juice And Salt Scrub

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Sea salt is one of the best ingredients for scrubbing and exfoliating your face ( 20). Lemon juice helps in reducing the blemishes on your skin and also reduces the oiliness .

Ingredients
  • 1 tablespoon lemon juice
  • 1 tablespoon sea salt
How To Use

1. Mix the lemon juice and sea salt and apply the mixture on the face.
2. Massage on your face for 2-3 minutes.
3. Rinse with water.

Time Taken To Complete This Process

5 minutes

Tips And Precautions

Make sure to use an oil-free moisturizer after using this scrub.

How Often Should I Use?

Use this one to two times a week.

18. Egg, Sea Salt, And Lime Juice

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In this scrub, the egg white helps in tightening the skin while the lemon juice lightens the skin, reducing the blemishes . Sea salt helps in removing the dead skin cells.

Ingredients
  • 1 egg white
  • 2 teaspoons sea salt
  • 1/2 teaspoon lemon juice
How To Use

1. Mix all the above ingredients.
2. Apply onto the face and scrub nicely, but gently for 2-3 minutes.
3. Rinse with lukewarm water and then with cool water.

Time Taken To Complete This Process

7-8 minutes

Tips And Precautions

Use a moisturizer to keep your skin hydration after rinsing away the scrub from your face.

How Often Should I Use?

Repeat this once every week for best results.

19. Strawberry, Oats, And Lime Juice Scrub

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Strawberries are very good at removing dead skin cells without harming the skin. It tightens the skin pores, refreshes the skin, and lightens it as well. Blackheads can also be removed with this scrub .

Ingredients
  • 2-3 ripe strawberry
  • 2 tablespoons oatmeal
  • 1/2 teaspoon lime juice
  • Water
How To Use

1. Mash the strawberries and grind the oats.
2. Add the lime juice and enough water to make a paste.
3. Apply on the face, avoiding the eyes.
4. Concentrate scrubbing on the forehead and the nose and then rinse with cold water.

Time Taken To Complete This Process

10-12 minutes

Tips And Precautions

None

How Often Should I Use?

It is recommended to use this scrub once every week.

20. Apple And Oatmeal Scrub For Oily Skin

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Apple and oatmeal make a great combination to exfoliate dead skin cells and remove all the impurities from your skin. Your skin is cleansed and feels more toned as well (5).

Ingredients
  • 1/2 apple
  • 1 tablespoon oatmeal
  • 1 tablespoon cornmeal
  • 1 tablespoon honey
How To Use

1. Blend everything together to get a smooth paste.
2. Exfoliate with this scrub for 2-3 minutes.
3. Rinse with lukewarm water.

Time Taken To Complete This Process

10 minutes

Tips And Precautions

None

How Often Should I Use?

Use this scrub every week.


protip_icon Quick Tip
Avoid using scrubs if you have wounds, burns, or scrapes on your skin. You could risk infection by applying a scrub to an injury. Additionally, it can interfere with your skin’s ability to recover, which may result in a scar.

Benefits Of Using Homemade Scrubs For Oily Skin

Here are the benefits of using homemade scrubs for oily skin:

  • Offer Deep Cleansing: Natural exfoliants such as sugar, salt, or coffee grounds can gently dislodge debris, prevent the formation of blackheads and whiteheads, and minimize enlarged pores.
  • Minimize Greasiness: Ingredients like oatmeal, honey, and yogurt can help regulate oil production without stripping the skin of its natural oils.
  • Prevent Acne: Regular exfoliation with homemade scrubs may help prevent acne breakouts by keeping the pores clean.
  • Enhance Product Absorption: By removing the dead skin cells, homemade scrubs help the skin absorb serums and moisturizers to effectively.
  • Are Cost-Effective: Homemade scrubs are made from readily available kitchen ingredients and are more affordable than many store-bought variants.

Remember to choose ingredients that suit your skin type, do a patch test to avoid allergic reactions and be gentle during application.

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Oily skin is prone to acne and issues like greasiness. Luckily, you can manage these issues with simple home remedies. While you can follow any of the remedies shared in the article, we have chosen the best of them for you. These scrubs are highly effective and can keep greasiness and shine at bay. Check the infographic to learn more.

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Homemade scrubs for oily skin work effectively and can be made with simple ingredients. These scrubs can be used for regular exfoliation to rejuvenate the skin. To prepare these scrubs, you can use cucumber, coffee powder, coconut oil, green tea, oatmeal, papaya, kiwi, honey, masoor dal, rice, sugar, tomato, or orange peels. These scrubs can be prepared within minutes, and as they are made with natural ingredients, there are no potential negative effects. Try including these scrubs twice or thrice a week in your skin care regimen to get glowing skin!

Frequently Asked Questions

Is a daily scrub good for oily skin?

It is best to scrub 2-3 times a week if you have oily skin.

Is aloe vera good for oily skin?

Yes, using aloe vera is good for oily skin as it may help absorb the excess oil.

Should I still use a moisturizer after using a homemade scrub for oily skin?

Yes, even after using a scrub with nourishing ingredients like coconut oil, it is important to apply a moisturizer to further lock in the moisture and maintain hydration.

Should I use a different type of homemade scrub during different seasons?

Yes. The ingredients of the scrub may vary depending on the season; for instance, winter season requires hydrating ingredients like coconut oil or shea butter in the scrub to tackle dryness.

Key Takeaways

  • If you have active acne, try a green tea and sugar scrub; it helps reduce inflammation.
  • If your face feels tired, try a coffee scrub; it helps refresh by increasing the circulation of blood in your skin.
  • Your oatmeal scrubs will not strip your natural oils but clean your pores while keeping you hydrated.
  • A lemon scrub can help you tighten your pores and maintain your skin pH.

Watch this video to discover the best face scrubs for oily skin. Learn how to make three DIY homemade face scrubs to get rid of excess oil and achieve a healthy and clear complexion.

Personal Experience Sources

i. DIY Organic Face Scrub with Green Tea Bag & Honey
https://poutandposeblog.wordpress.com/2020/05/27/diy-organic-face-scrub-with-green-tea-bag-honey/

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