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10 Essential Oils for Beautiful Skin

August 11, 2017

10 Essential Oils for Beautiful Skin

Essential oils have been staples in beauty routines since ancient times, so it’s no surprise that their benefits to modern day regimens are all the rage. They’re all unique and have different qualities to offer, which is fantastic because guess what? We all have different skin! Here are 10 essential oils to use if you strive for absolutely beautiful skin in a natural way.

Use LEMONGRASS if...

you struggle with acne or larger pores. It’s great at combating both and functions well as a toner or an astringent in your daily routine because of its antibacterial and antiseptic properties.

Use LAVENDER if…

Your skin needs some healing TLC. Lavender has healing properties, so it's great for cleaning scrapes and cuts. It’s calming qualities make it a go-to in soothing irritated skin.

Use GERANIUM if…

You have oily skin. It helps reduce oil production. Try adding a couple drops to your everyday moisturizer or diffusing it as a face mist. Not only that, but it reduces inflammation and can tighten skin and fight signs of aging.

Use ROMAN CHAMOMILE if…

You have sensitive skin issues like rosacea, cracked skin, eczema or inflammation. Adding to a bath will soothe irritated skin. German Chamomile is great too, and is a powerful anti-inflammatory.

Use TEA TREE if…

You need to get rid of bacteria. It has antibacterial and antifungal properties, so it’s often used to cleanse cuts, scrapes and wounds, as well as treat acne and oily skin.

Use JUNIPER if...

You want to speed healing time. It speeds up the healing process of cuts and scrapes, and has even been used to treat stretch marks because of its healing abilities.

Use FRANKINCENSE if…

You want to reduce the signs of aging. It rejuvenates skin and promotes elasticity by protecting skin’s cells. It’s a great way to naturally slow the signs of aging, as it lifts and tightens skin.

Use BASIL if…

You need to soothe skin. Because of its calming properties, it’s often used on big bites, and can even treat infections from cuts and wounds with its antibacterial qualities.

Use JOJOBA if…

Your skin needs moisture. Jojoba can lock in moisture and soothe dry skin, but it can also aid in reducing overly oily skin that leads to acne. Jojoba is also rich in antioxidants — great for skin that is constantly attacked by every day outdoor elements.

Use POMEGRANATE SEED if…

You want a well-rounded essential oil to use in your skincare routine. This one stimulates the outer layer of the skin, which can help reverse skin damage. It fights against free radicals, works well with any skin type and has major anti-inflammatory properties.

Love every inch of your skin with amazing essential oils and of course, TriLASTIN to combat stretch marks.

 





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