9 Essential Oils for Superb Natural Skin Care

Skin care is a multi-billion dollar industry. There’s a very good reason for that – many people are prepared to pay a lot of money to keep their skin looking youthful, clear, and healthy. However, there’s no need to spend a fortune on dubious creams, lotions, and potions. Nature provides many extremely effective treatments in the form of essential oils, and here are nine of the best.

Argan Oil

Pressed from the fruits of the Moroccan argan tree, argan oil is known locally as liquid gold and has been used for skin care and beauty throughout history. High in vitamin E and essential fatty acids, this oil is excellent for toning your skin to prevent wrinkles and fine lines.

Acai Oil

The acai berry is rich in antioxidants which help prevent skin damage, as well as repairing it at the cellular level. Acai oil works to keep your skin fresh and youthful against the daily stresses of pollution, harsh weather, and makeup.

Olive Oil

Olive oil has always been used just as much for its medicinal properties as its culinary excellence. It’s packed full of vitamin E to promote skin healing and healthy cell generation, but also works amazingly well as a gentle, all-natural moisturizer.

Coconut Oil

Coconut oil is another great natural moisturizer, helping to prevent flaking and fine lines. However, it also boasts antibacterial properties which work to cleanse pores, prevent acne, and promote healing.

Brazil Nut Oil

Brazil nuts are one of nature’s best sources of selenium, a substance that enhances vitamin E’s ability to strengthen skin cell membranes. This protects them from damage and degeneration, and slows the appearance of wrinkles.

Tea Tree Oil

Search online, and you’ll see tea tree oil promoted as a cure for everything from respiratory infections to head lice infestations. But whatever the truth of those claims, there’s no doubting the usefulness of the oil as a skin care treatment. It can reduce dandruff, clear acne, soothe irritation, and heal insect bites among many other benefits.

However, take care when using tea tree oil. Its powerful action means it should always be diluted with a neutral carrier oil before you apply it to your skin.

Aloe Vera Oil

The oil of the cactus-like aloe vera plant is used in military-grade wound treatments, but it’s also useful in much less dramatic situations. Aloe vera oil can protect against ultraviolet damage, speed up healing of cuts and rashes, and reduce the effects of acne and eczema.

Peppermint Oil

The powerful anti-inflammatory properties of peppermint oil make it an excellent choice for calming acne breakouts and soothing allergic rashes. It can also reduce skin blotchiness and prominent veins, helping to give your skin a smoother, clearer appearance.

Evening Primrose Oil

Lastly, evening primrose oil is a traditional natural treatment for eczema. However, the same active properties can improve your skin in many ways. It’s known to lighten darker spots and balance out uneven skin tone. Its anti-inflammatory action reduces acne, allergic rashes, and swelling, while its antimicrobial agents make it an effective spot treatment for pimples and sores. Added to that, evening primrose oil is an excellent moisturizer, packed with fatty acids to leave your skin supple and smooth.

Each oil has unique health and healing properties

All these oils can be used singly, or in custom combinations to give the exact treatments you need for your skin. And what’s more, with essential oils a little goes a long way, so you’ll spend far less than you would on fancy laboratory-produced creams.

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