Tuesday, October 3, 2017

5 Essential Oils That Can Transform Your Skin



Within the past few years there has been a movement to using more natural products. With the fall and winter season just around the corner essential oils are a great way to prevent dry skin from happening. Unfortunately, I am not extremely educated on the use of essential oils, but luckily Sania is guest posting on the blog today and sharing a little information about essential oils.
Taking care of your skin might not be as strenuous as you think of it to be. It will be as easy as ditching all the chemical products and opting for essential oils that can do wonders. It might seem a far cry, but essential oils are the nature’s gift to mankind. They have the power to completely transform your skin, and change it for good.

This is why; here are five essential oils that can completely transform your skin:

Jojoba Oil:
Jojoba Oil is the answer to every woman’s prayers. This oil can easily get rid of acne, and can prevent them further from infecting the skin. Not only does it help the acne prone skin get back to the natural texture, but it also helps in reducing the production of oil.

Jojoba oil imitates the natural sebum in the skin, thus ensuring that the inner layers of your skin do not produce extra oil. It means that the less oil your skin produces, the less acne you are prone to have. Just apply a little amount of this oil all over your face and neck before going to bed, and let it work the magic for you.

Castor Oil:
Castor Oil stands in front of the league of the oils that can transform your skin. From skin discoloration to pigmentation, inflammation, acne scars and killing the bacteria, this oil is exactly what you are looking for.

Castor oil is extremely thick and pure; this is why you just have to take a drop or two and mix it with another essential oil when using. The best thing about Castor Oil is that it is easily available, which means that its natural tendency to help get rid of skin problems can be utilized in any part of the world.
Lavender Oil:
Lavender is known for its relaxing scent, and its oil has a lot more to provide to you and your skin. The famous Lavender oil can not only relax and soothe your skin through massages, but it is also great for scaring. It is the best solution out there for getting rid of aging spots and reverse the effects of aging skin.

Apply Lavender Oil daily with some incredible face mask and wonder at the results. We can bet that all the freckles and stress lines will be gone even before you start noticing.

Argan Oil:
Argan Oil is another significant part of this list, as it also have transformative capabilities for the skin. It is one of the best essential oils, due to being enrich in Vitamin E and Fatty Acids.

The ingredients present in this oil help nourish and moisturize the skin. The major aspect of the popularity of Argan Oil is that it helps in repairing and rebuilding the dry, dull and damaged skin.

Chamomile Oil:
Chamomile is mostly used in tea for relaxation, but its benefits go far and beyond. Its oil has the power to treat skin irritation. It is a great inflammatory agent, which is why it helps against any infections or other skin burns.

Author bio:
Sania is a student of accounts and finance. She enjoys shopping, trying out skincare remedies and blogging about anything that is related to beauty and self-care. Her love for pets, tea and travelling is eternal. She ritually posts at The Smart Women Blog.

8 comments:

  1. nice!

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  2. argan oil is great but i also like coconut oil and rose oil, generally essential oils are great to regenerate skin and it's also useful for healing scratches and akne and stuff!

    x
    dahi from strangeness-and-charms.com

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    1. I will have to check out a few of these!

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  3. Great Post! I love it to use Lavender Oil and Chamomile Oil to bath :)

    kisses

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  4. Hello,

    Oh, so lovely !

    Sarah, http://www.sarahmodeee.fr/

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