Use an exfoliator: exfoliation can help reduce the amount of sebum in your skin by scrubbing away dirt and debris that can clog pores.Cleanse twice: cleansing is essential for men with oily skin. Once in the morning to wash off the sebum produced while you slept, and at night to remove the dirt, toxins, and sebum that accumulated throughout the day. Also, wash your face after working out.Don’t skimp on the moisturiser: a key mistake men with oily skin often make is cutting back on moisturising. However, oily skin can still be dehydrated which causes the sebaceous glands to overproduce oil to compensate, worsening your oily skin. It’s essential to keep your skin adequately hydrated to reduce sebaceous gland activity.Steer clear of products which claim to strip your skin of oil: same concept as above.Use a toner: the right toner can help balance your skin’s pH levels, which prevents excess oil production without drying out your skin. After cleansing, apply a few drops onto a cotton pad and dab onto your skin.Fight oil with oil overnight: it seems counterproductive to apply oil to oily skin, but swapping your moisturiser for a face oil can actually make your face feel less oily. Oils like rosehip or jojoba absorb into the skin rather than simply covering or clogging your pores. Applying oil instead of moisturiser overnight ensures you’ll wake up with hydrated skin.