Sometimes Mother Nature can provide you will all the ingredients you need to achieve beautiful, flawless skin. Less is often more and with so many beauty products available on the market it’s easy to get confused and lured into strategic marketing campaigns where you purchase products, which are loaded with filler ingredients, fragrances and other things which your skin simply does not need. There are some incredible, natural oils out there that can work wonders for your skin and may well be the only think you require in your skin care routine. Want to change your skin routine to one that’s all natural? Try the below oils…

Jojoba oil as a great all-rounder

There isn’t much you can’t use jojoba oil for. This incredible oil works wonders on your skin because it closely mimics the natural oils your skin produces meaning it can be easily absorbed. You can use it as a moisturiser or as a pick me up on dull, dry skin. What’s more is that you can also use jojoba oil as a hair and scalp treatment because of it’s moisturising properties. Try massaging it into your scalp and combing through wet hair and leaving on for about 15 minutes then rinse off. This super indulgent treatment will leave your hair feeling soft, nourished and silky.

Argan oil for anti-aging

Argan oil is another great choice if you have dry skin. It’s an excellent, natural moisturiser and contains high amounts of vitamin e and fatty acid meaning it effectively replenishes your skin. It is also non-greasy and non-irritating meaning it’s a great choice for all skin types.  Argan oil is also wonderful anti-aging oil as it helps to diminish the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. You can also use Argan oil to help reduce the appearance of stretch marks.

Rosehip for blemishes and breakouts

Rosehip oil is full to the brim of incredible ingredients such as fatty acids omega 3,6 and 9 that help to rejuvenate damaged skin. It also contains a natural abundance of vitamin c that means it has skin brightening properties. Rosehip oil also helps to treat acne and pigmentation in the skin due to the plentiful fatty acids it contains. If you have suffered with regular breakouts, blemishes and acne, why not give rosehip oil a try as a natural alternative?

Coconut oil as a natural makeup remover

You may be already familiar with the benefits of coconut oil because it’s contained in so many beauty and skin remedies. Coconut oil is naturally antibacterial and antifungal. It makes an excellent moisturiser for your skin and hair alike leaving a delicious natural fragrance. Coconut oil is a highly effective makeup remover, it will remove dirt, grime and also any bacterial while moisturising your skin at the same time.

 

The beautiful and nourishing natural oils above will leave you feeling refreshed, pampered and feeling you’re very best. Give the natural way a try – you wont regret it.

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