First of all oily skin can be very irritating it is totally understandable but here is a token for you, people who have oily skin they start getting wrinkles at a later age than people who have dry skin. If you have oily skin the first thing that you need to do is get all your products with a built in oil control. May it be your face-wash, moisturizer or makeup. It is an advantage for people who have oily skin in winter because it wouldn’t dry as much as other skin types. You just need to be careful with your blemishes and make sure you don’t use harsh cleansers.
Oily skin in winter comes with a package of acne and blemishes. Oily skin can be very sensitive so make sure you are using the right products. Do not wash your face very frequently. People with oily skin need to stay hydrated in winters so make sure you are drinking almost eight glasses of waters every day. Pricking blemishes is very harmful, restrict from doing that and also touching your face too often because your hands might carry bacteria which can further aggravate your blemishes. Usually lotions are never a good idea for oily skin in summers but in winters it can be really helpful.
There is also a facemask that you can make at home for oily skin in winters. It is called an egg-white mask. Smooth a beaten egg yolk on your face and let it be there for thirty minutes and then rinse with water. This mask will tighten and refreshes your skin giving it a fresh look. In winters it will create a blockage of frost and harsh winds.