Have you tried Lush? Fresh ingredients, little to no preservatives, little to no packaging, fantastic ethics and amazing products. I got obsessed a couple years back and now I work there. Here's a regime that would be good for slightly oilier skin:
Angels on Bareskin is a clay based cleanser that is preservative, chemical and packaging free. Its main ingredient is lavender, which helps to balance the skins oils to give your skin a more even look. It's filled with ground almonds to gently exfoliate the dead skin away - leaving the skin, again, more even. It also has rose absolute to help heal damaged skin and take out redness as well as almond oil to leave the skin soft. This product is vegan.
Lush toners don't contain any alcohol, so they don't dry out the skin like some do. Tea Tree Water has lots of, you guessed it, tea tree. Tea tree is an astringent that helps clean out excess oils from your pores. This toner also has grapefruit oil and juniperberry to tone and detoxify the skin. Using toner gets rid of excess debris missed by the cleanser, it balances the pH levels of the skin and gets the skin ready for moisturizer. When using toner, you tend to use less moisturizer, which is usually the more expensive item in a regime, so you'll save money by using toner.
Vanishing is one of Lush's lightest moisturizers. It's called Vanishing Cream, because it "vanishes" soon after application since it is so light. This is ideal for oilier skin, because you don't want to use a heavy moisturizer as it would make you more oily. Vanishing Cream uses light oils such as grapeseed and geranium oils, which also help pull out unnecessary oils from the skin. It has honey to moisturize and heal damaged skin as well as rose absolute, which also helps heal skin and to take down redness. There's also witch hazel in Vanishing Cream to tighten pores, so less oil will be produced and you'll appear less oily.
I feel like I'm at work. Check out the website for hand and body moisturizers. I recommend Handy Gurugu for the hands and Dream Cream for the body. Good luck!
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