9 thoughts on “How do you keep your face from getting oily in your sleep?

  1. Wash your face with your cleanser in cold water and make sure if you use face moisturizer that you don’t use too much. Make sure to drink loads of water and gets lots of sleep. This does affect how your skin feels and looks.

  2. It seems counter productive, but make sure to use a moisturizer (oil free, non clogging). Sometimes dry skin actually promotes extra oil production. Also, do you use a toner or astringent? Make sure to use one that is alcohol free, because alcohol is drying. Also, drinking lots of water will boost your system overall and help your skin be naturally moisturized, but not greasy.

    Also, buy a few inexpensive pillowcases. Use each side for only one or a few nights, flip to the other side, then wash the case. Using the same pillowcase over and over and over causes your skin to pick up and previous oils and deposit them right back onto your face.

  3. I have the same problem and have not found a great solution yet. I have found that if I keep my room cooler and my fan lightly blowing, my skin is better in the morning. Also, drinking plenty of water before I go to bed and also throughout the day has improved my skin a lot! I also take a one-a-day vitamin which I believe to have also contributed to my healthier skin.

  4. remove make up,wash ur face with cleansing lotion,apply natural astrigent like witch hazel or cucumber & use liquid, non greasy moisturiser if necessary.
    follow this simple routine every morning & evening.
    apply juice of citrus fruits with cotton wool.

  5. I also have the same problem. Do you move around a lot in your sleep? If so, this can couse the skin to become more oily when sleeping. I found it helpful to tie my hair back at night so its not in my face, becuase the oil from you hair can also make your skin oilier. I also keep a small fan by my bed at night that blows on me as I sleep, this helps move air around your room and cools you off whitch can prevent oilier skin. HOPE THIS HELPED! :D

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  7. i have the same problem as you,
    tie you hair up and try dont to move about so much in your sleep, find a comfy place it normally helps!

    also wash your face with clean water before bed so your skin isnt warm

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