The Best Oils For Naturally Flawless Skin

In the last few years we’ve seen face oils go from niche to mainstream. Derived from natural essential oils, there’s a wide range of face oils to choose from depending on your skin concerns. Whether you’re looking for serious hydration or a simple acne remedy, there’s an oil that can help.

Rosehip Oil

Rosehip plant

Rosehip is a dry oil that regenerates cells and increases collagen production by penetrating even the deepest layers of skin to visibly brighten skin and reduce fine lines. It’s no surprise that some of our favorite celebrities like Kate Middleton and Miranda Kerr use Rosehip oil on their skin. The Vitamin-C rich oil also contains fatty acids which can heal scar tissue – yes, you can say goodbye to pesky acne scars! It’s important to note that the prices of Rosehip oil can be dramatically different, and you might want to splurge and spend a few extra bucks to make sure you’re buying a high quality oil that will give the results you’re looking for.

Jojoba Oil

Jojoba plant

It may seem counter intuitive to add an oil to your skincare routine if you have oily skin; however, essential oils help balance your natural oil levels. Jojoba oil in particular works wonders for oily skin. Its molecular structure is similar to that of skin cells, allowing the Jojoba oil to penetrate below the skin, which tricks your body into thinking you’ve already produced enough oil. A few weeks of proper use will regulate your skins natural oil production, leaving you hydrated but not greasy. It also includes Vitamins B and E, as well as minerals like zinc and copper, all of which help strengthen skin.

Pomegranate Oil

Pomegranate tree

Just like the fruit itself, Pomegranate oil is full of antioxidants and nutrients that protect the skin and offer soothing hydration, making it perfect for those with sensitive and extra dry skin. If you’re worried about the appearance of your pores, Pomegranate oil is your secret weapon. While pores don’t actually open or close, we can make them appear smaller by keeping them clean and unclogged. Pomegranate oil molecules are quite small, allowing the it to quickly penetrate the skin and deliver nutrients. The speedy absorption ensures that the oil isn’t sitting on the surface of your skin causing your pores to appear enlarged.

Tea Tree Oil

Tea Tree plant

If you’re looking for an acne remedy rather than a hydrating oil, you should try using Tea Tree oil as a spot treatment. There are many benefits to Tea Tree oil. It’s anti-inflammatory properties help to reduce irritation, redness and swelling, which can quickly shrink pimples. Tea Tree oil is an anti-bacterial solvent, so it can prevent infections as well as breakup any built up oil, dirt and debris that may be clogging your pores. Keep in mind that Tea Tree oil should only be used as a spot treatment – never rub it all over your face. Instead, take 1-2 drops and gently dab it on any pimples at the end of your nighttime routine. Try using it every other night to avoid any sensitivity or dryness.



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