Beauty oils can drop decades from your face, treat blemishes, induce collagen production and prevent signs of ageing. We all have heard a lot about beauty oils and their benefits and have always desired to include them in our beauty regime. However, selection of the right oil is the most trivial step along with how to use it.
In this blog, I am going to introduce you to the world of beauty oils (from Argan oil to Rosehip oil- we’ll boil down each of them exclusively with their properties, concerns & benefits). And don’t miss the secret beauty trick to use beauty oils on face– that i leaned while interviewing various skin experts (towards end of the post).
Pronounced as HoHoba— and not ZoZoBa, it has lots of beauty secret in its own. The specialty of this unique oil is– it closely resembles the natural sebum which is produced by our skin glands. Moreover the organic or cold pressed Jojoba oil is very rich in Vitamin A & E and has anti-inflammatory properties.
It’s perfect for all skin types and concern. But works incredibly with oily or acne prone skin and help it regulate skin sebum level by cleansing & revitalizing skin pores.
Also known as liquid gold, Argan oil hosts tons of goddies– we can beauty bank on. The Morroccon Argan oil or Organic Argan Oil is high on antioxidants & cell building fatty acid.
It is rich in antioxidants, vitamin E, linoleic acids, and essential omega fatty acids. “It’s nature’s protective, nourishing superfood for your skin,” – Josie Maran. The oil is known to bring life in even the driest of dry skin. The best part– it won’t clog your pores, it is anti- ageing and can be used day or night as per convenience.
Being lighter in nature, this oil is helpful for acne prone skin, reverses skin damage, helpful in sunburn and even treats dry skin. The Cold pressed rosehip oil constitutes various fatty acids, is rich in Vitamin E & C, Rosehip oil has delays ageing with its B-carotene — a form of Vitamin A.
Like argan oil, it is loaded with antioxidants but a specalled sesamol and Vitamin E which effectively combat early signs of aging like wrinkles and even helpful in shrinking enlarged pores.
It can even be used as natural sunscreen providing an excellent barrier for harmful sun rays and can be used as an excellent moisturizer as it contains stearic acid, linoleic acid, and palmitic acid.
It’s great for acne prone skin as it has astringent and anti-inflammatory properties. It helps reduce redness and swelling and prevents from breaking up.
It promotes natural skin elasticity and preserves vitality of skin. Its good when applied regularly in night before your moisturizer.
Has deep healing properties with its high concentration of Vitamin E. It has proven the benefit of improving elasticity and minimizing the appearance of early signs of aging.
Try your hands on Avacado oil for blemishes, sun burns or deep scars. It treats dry elbows, knees and dry patches.
How To Use Oils On Face
- The best way to use oils for maximum benefit is to put few drops on your palm and rub it between your palms till it becomes hot now very gently press it on different areas of your face.
- Few beauty experts even find giving gentle circular massages from the fingertips is also a great way to apply oils.
As A Makeup Removers
Just take a generous amount of any of these essential oils, slowly massage on your face over the makeup- eyes, lips or whole face. Remember to be gentle, almost no pressure and within 2-3 minutes all your heavy duty makeup will be broken up. Once you can see all make up being melt, use a cotton or damp face towel to wipe off the residue. Once you are done don’t forget to wash off with a mild cleanser such as Cetaphil.
As A Primer
You can use rosehip or Jojoba oil as a primer if you have dry skin. Being lighter in nature the oil will form the perfect base for your make up and makes it last longer.
For Using A Dry Foundation
Just add few drops of oil to the product on your hand mix it well and apply. It will give you a dewy finish and longer lasting makeup.