Oily skin is nothing but the result of the overproduction of sebum. However, an excessive amount of sebum can prompt oily skin, clogged pores, and skin break out. Managing oily skin often requires a person making regular skin care a habit. 

-Can I skip moisturizer if I have oily skin?

If your skin is oily, you may think that means it doesn't need to be moisturized—but think again. Skipping lotion could really make your skin more oily  than it was regardless.. “Adding moisture to the skin actually helps reduce the oiliness because it helps slow down sebum production.

Your skin by design is meant to moisturize itself. Yet, when you take those oils from your skin, at whatever point you wash your face, and don't renew them, your skin will attempt to repay the lost hydration prompting an overproduction of sebum and consequently causing oily skin, clogged pores, breakouts and skin inflammation.

If you have an oily skin, dermatologists recommend using a salicylic or glycolic acid in the form of cleanser or toner to deeply dissolve oil and skin cells.

Here are few products suggestion which you can use to get your skin the moisture it needs (Oily skin)

1)Plum Green Tea Mattifying Moisturizer

2)Lacto Calamine Oil Balance Face Care Lotion (For Oily Skin)