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October 09, 2018
If your skin has suffered from acne, scars, rashes, fine lines, wrinkles, sunburn or any other skin issues, it is not too late to change your skincare routine! Restoring your skin to a younger looking and brighter state will take more than just slathering on handfuls of moisturizer. Truly caring for your skin involves treating it both internally and externally. Choosing the right skincare routine for your skin type is absolutely essential for a successful improvement in complexion and skin health.
Check out these eight oils that help restore that youthful glow:
Prickly Pear Seed Oil
The ѕееdѕ from thіѕ fruіt аrе соld рrеѕѕеd tо prepare an anti-inflammatory beauty оіl. Prickly pear seed oil is known to heal cuts, wounds, and blemishes as well as soften the skin because it contains large amounts of vitamin E. Prickly pear seed oil makes an excellent serum for those struggling with dry or aging skin. Prickly pear seed oil is also great for the hair. It helps to moisturize and condition the hair strands. Click Here to see more on prickly pear seed oil and why we love it so much!
Rosehip Seed Oil
With skin rejuvenating properties such as vitamin C and lycopene, rosehip seed oil provides you with a safe way to repair your skin’s surface. It helps to repair any cuts or scars in the skin. Rosehip seed oil is also great for restoring elasticity as well as protecting the skin against both the sun and pollutants in the air.
Moringa oil is easy for the skin to absorb and improves the appearance of the skin. It contains nutrients, like vitamins A and C, which helps build up the skin’s collagen while reducing fine lines and wrinkles. It also contains anti-inflammatory properties thanks to an abundance of vitamin E. Moringa oil also assists with healing any acne or scars and gives the skin a wonderful glow. It is even great for your hair as it promotes shiny, healthy and moisturized hair.
After showering, apply baobab oil to the skin to lock in the moisture. This particular oil is readily absorbed and leaves your skin feeling smooth but not greasy. This makes it ideal for those with sensitive skin. And to make it even better, you can add it to any moisturizer for an added kick.
Harvested in South Africa, marula oil is a great choice for you skincare regimen. Not only does it protect and heal the skin, it is also quickly absorbed so you’re not left feeling greasy. Marula oil has wonderful skin moisturizing properties and refrains from clogging pores which makes it a smart choice for those dealing with acne. Luckily for you (and me), marula oil contains a number of essential nutrients, like Omega 3, 6, and 9 fatty acids, that leave feeling soft and smooth.
Pomegranate Seed Oil
An incredible antioxidant, antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, and anti-aging serum. Not only does this oil moisturize the skin, it also protects it from the sun. It can be used to combat skin conditions like hyper-pigmentation, dry skin, age spots, acne, and acne scars.
Papaya Seed Oil
Rich in Omega 9, which is an essential fatty acid, as well as vitamins A and E, papaya seed oil is excellent for those with dry, mature skin, acne-prone skin, and inflammatory skin conditions, such as eczema and psoriasis. Papaya seed oil can also be used to repair dry, damaged hair.
Carrot Seed Oil
Carrot seed oil is ideal for dry and aging skin. It is an antioxidant that rejuvenates the skin really well. It is a great source for vitamins C and E which are also amazing for the health of our skin. Even if you have oily skin, carrot seed oil has the ability to balance oil production and will not clog pores. Carrot Seed oil will brighten and give your skin that natural glow!
All of these amazing all natural oils are top-notch choices for any time of the year. From moisturizing skin, to treating eczema, and balancing oil production, there’s at least one option for everyone. Personally, though, I’d rather use all eight!
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