How to Make Best Skin Whitening Mask for “Oily Skin”

Oily skin considered as the worst. This skin type invites pimples, dirt, acne scars and what not. Oily skin always looks greasy all the time. It doesn’t allow you look fresh and cool. On top of all, you have to be very careful while choosing cosmetic products so that it won’t make more trouble for your skin.

Moreover, you really can’t focus on other stuff like fairer skin, whitening masks, removing sun tan and more. But where there is a will, there is a way.

Stop worrying about anything because this skin whitening mask for oily skin is the best remedy for everything. Without taking much of your time,

let’s start how to make best skin whitening mask for oily skin.


  • 2 Tbsp Orange Peel Powder – Orange peel is full of vitamin C that protects you skin from radical damage and promises a healthy and glowing skin.
  • 1 Tbsp Coconut Oil – Good for hydrating your skin and nourish your skin naturally
  • 1 Tbsp Milk – Full of minerals and leave your skin soft and smooth. 


  • First of all to make this remedy more effective, steam your face so that it will open up the pores. If not possible, then splash you face with warm water. It will somewhat do the same thing.
  • Take a clean bowl and add all of the above ingredients to make a smooth paste. If needed, you can put more  or less milk accordingly to make a thick paste.
  • Apply this mixture in a circular motion onto your face. Be gentle while applying. After all you are doing it on your own face.
  • Leave it for about 15 minutes and sit relax.
  • When t dries up completely, rinse your face with normal plain water and pat it dry.
  • If you feel dry after washing it off, put a drop of olive oil or coconut oil on your face. This will act as moisturizer.

This mask will leave your skin oil free and pimple free at the same time. Make your skin moisturize as needed.


You can use this mask 2 times a week for better results. Remember, don’t use Orange peel powder more than 2 tbsp otherwise it could burn your skin. The proportionate is the root of all. Therefore, don’t feel like mixing more quantity would do more wonders to your skin.


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Nitisha is an Engineer plus an MBA, with rich corporate experience in Digital Marketing. She has a passion for content marketing and understanding basic things which are essential and people didn’t know or noticed it. In today’s world, the information is easily available over internet, but is scattered and at times very confusing. Be Your Google is an honest attempt to inform people what they need to know. Because we believe that you should know everything.

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