Do you use essential oils as part of your skincare routine yet? Well, they should be because essential oils help keep skin clear, also fight the signs of aging, increase skin elasticity, and so much more! Let's check the best essential oils for skincare, and how to safely use them on your skin, and which ones of them are best for your specific skin needs.
I. JUST. CAN'T. STOP.
And why would I want to stop? They are actually amazing!
You have a headache? There exists an essential oil for that.
You have a hard time sleeping? There's an essential oil for that.
Have some skin concern? There are a bunch of essential oils for that!
Essential oils have wonderful benefits for the skin.
I have already talked on and on about my obsession with face oils and how they have helped me attain and maintain a clear, and close to flawless complexion.
The ten essential oils that follow will help remedy a number of skin conditions, from acne to aging, dryness to oiliness. And when they are combined with the right carrier oils (make sure to see the important essential oil guidelines at the end of the post), you will notice some absolutely amazing results
Carrot Seed Essential Oil
Best for: aging skin, reducing scarring. This oil has a rejuvenating effect on your skin. This one not only works to help smooth skin, but also assists with cell regeneration. Because of this, it may help you to fade scars and improve the tone of aging skin and it is actually also rich in antioxidants, which is helping to neutralize inflammation and wrinkle causing free radicals.
Frankincense Essential Oil
Best for: acne and blemish-prone skin, aging skin, reducing scarring, dry skin. This one is great for all skin types because it has some antibacterial and anti-inflammatory benefits to the skin, which makes it great for acne-prone skin. It is also a natural toner, lowering the appearance of pores and evening skin-tone. It is helping for new cell growth, tightening he skin and reducing wrinkles and the appearance of scars. It also helps in soothing chapped, dry skin.
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