BEST NATURAL OILS TO ADD TO YOUR SKINCARE ROUTINE
A lot of beauty experts say to avoid using oils on your skin because it can allow the skin to become oily. Wrong, or right? Both. It will only become oily if you use heavy oil. Or, if you apply a lot of oil to your skin. There is a lightweight oil that you can apply to your skin. They are rich in minerals, vitamins, and nutrients that your skin will love. Also, we don’t recommend applying the whole bottle at once. Applying a little oil to the key areas of your skin will truly help.
Here are 4 naturals oils to add to your skincare routine.
RASPBERRY OIL – First up is raspberry oil. If you have been keeping up in the beauty industry, then you know raspberry oil contains SPF (sun protection factor). So, it can be used as a replacement for your SPF products. Or, to be used in conjunction with them to keep your skin protected. In addition, it contains anti-inflammatory properties to smooth skin conditions caused by inflammation. These include eczema, psoriasis, rosacea and so much more. Just apply a little to your irritated area to reduce the itching, swelling, and redness.
VITAMIN E OIL – Vitamin e oil is rich in antioxidants that our skin loves. They contain anti-fungal properties that can fight free radical beneath the skins. These may be causing your sever breakouts and hyperpigmentation that you are suffering from. It will go beneath the skin and kill, repair, and rejuvenate the layers so that it is able to prevent or reduce any more skin issues. We already went into more detail about vitamin E oil in a previous blog post (link here).
EMU OIL – This may be the first time you are hearing of emu oil like most people. It’s one of the upcoming oils in the beauty industry that will transform the health of your skin. It contains anti-inflammatory properties, enhances skin absorption of moisture, heals the scars on your skin, and can even act as a bug repellent. The antioxidants will help to soothe skin inflammation that is causing acne, hyperpigmentation, and those red blotches on our skin. In addition, once the skin is better able to absorb moisture it is less prone to dryness.
GRAPESEED OIL – And finally is grapeseed oil. Instead of using a makeup remover that is filled with chemicals, you can use grapeseed oil. It is a more affordable and safer alternative to breaking down your makeup. The oil is rich in antioxidants that will break apart the makeup particles that have settled. This does not mean that you should not do a face wash after using the oil as you would with a chemical-filled makeup remover.
You can add all these oils or one of these oils to your routine. Don’t start using them all at once though. You must experiment with a product for at least 2 weeks to see the true effects of the oil on your skin.
Let us know in the comments which oil you will be using.