Wednesday, January 6, 2016

6 Amazing Natural Oils For A Baby Smooth Skin






An amazing skin is every woman's dream, every lady want to have a clear, smooth skin. Amazingly, not everyone know how to get that perfect skin tone they have always desired. If you are struggling to get that baby smooth skin you want, then am going to tell you the 6 Natural Oils that can help you achieve this. We all know oils are a lot better moisturizing than most of the creams out there and the best part is, they are all NATURAL. Now lets begin having a look at my highly recommended list of oils:-


1. Sweet 
Almond Oil

This is one of the most used carrier oils in aromatherapy as it is absorbed quickly into the skin and is excellent for most skin types. Great for unbalanced or oily skin, sensitive or dry – sweet almond oil is gentle and mild and keeps the skin’s natural oil levels in check. Packed with essential fatty acids, vitamins, minerals and proteins, sweet almond oil is also a superb remedy for stretch marks. Gentle and mild, suitable for dry, sensitive skin.


Sweet Almond Oil can be found Here


2. Jojoba Oil

A bit of a misnomer, jojoba is not an oil, but a liquid wax – cold pressed from the jojoba nut and taken from a shrub, native to Arizona, California, and Northern Mexico. It is hydrating for dry skin without leaving oily skin feeling greasyIt mimics the natural sebum produced by the sebaceous glands, which helps to maintain moisture levels within the skin cells. Easily absorbed and perfect for aging skin, jojoba provides the same protective benefits to our skin as it does to its own plant cells. Perfect for sensitive and ageing skin.

My recommended Jojoba Oil can be found Here

3. Grape Seed Oil

The ancient Egyptians were eating grapes over 6000 years ago, while the ancient Greeks couldn’t make enough wine from them. The humble grape’s oil, however, is chock full of nutrients, such as skin- brightening vitamin C, which is superb for targeting uneven skin tone. While it may be a little too greasy for oily skin, grape seed oil’s high component of procyanidolic oligomers (also known as proanthocyanidins), commonly called PCOs, means it’s brimming with antioxidants, and its collagen-protective properties are thought to be excellent for ageing skin. Evens skin tone while leaving a silky smooth finish

Grape seed Oil can be found Here

4. Argan Oil

For centuries, the Berber women of Morocco have relied on oil from argan trees to keep their skin healthy and youthful. This ‘liquid gold’ of oils is mostly associated with hair products, yet argan oil’s lightweight texture and high concentration of vitamin E (twice as much as olive oil), vitamin A and fatty acids is the perfect oil for combating free radicals on the skin. The oil contains high levels of tocopherols – powerful antioxidants that are vital for healthy skin and hair. High levels of carotenes, phenolic acid, squalene and phenols also contribute to the oils cosmetic value. Extracted from the nut of the argan tree, the oil is touted as an excellent product to soften skin, increase elasticity, reduce appearance of wrinkles and is especially unique as it’s suitable for both oily and dry skins. Reduces the appearance of stretch marks and softens skin

Argan Oil can be found Here

5. Rosehip Oil

Derived from the ‘hip’ or ‘fruit’ of the rose; once the petals have fallen off, this oil is rich in antioxidants (those micronutrients that protect the skin tissue), including beta-carotene and lycopene (found in tomatoes), and works to protect your skin from premature ageing – with research showing that its properties actually assist in reducing the activity of skin-damaging enzymes.
A great source of vitamins A and C, rosehip’s essential fatty acids aid in regenerating skin cells, repairing skin tissue and plays a major role in the formation of collagen.
Effective in treating scars, stretch marks, acne scarring, dermatitis, fine lines and uneven skin tone, rosehip’s ability to moisturise the dry areas of your skin while not adding moisture to oilier areas makes it a fabulous all-purpose moisturiser for all skin types. Pure rosehip oil has a gorgeous earthy aroma and is orange in colour. Light, easily absorbed and perfect for diminishing the appearance 
of scarring.

Rosehip Oil can be found Here

6. Tea Tree Oil

Australia’s most renowned natural antiseptic, Tea Tree oil holds a unique and special place in Australian natural medicine. Of course, Aborigines have long known the healing qualities of tea tree, having boiled the leaves for tea and crushed them to make poultices to treat skin infections, cuts and wounds for hundreds of years. With over 300 species of tea trees, the oil of the leaves have become so respected as a natural healer – packed with anti-viral and anti-fungal properties – that during World War II, Australian army soldiers carried it in their first aid kits. A popular ingredient in ointments, shampoos and conditioners, soaps and toothpaste, the antiseptic properties of tea tree make it an excellent remedy for acne. Not an oil for overall use, but perfect for spot treatment on pimples or blackheads, while also acting as a solvent in preventing oily matter from clogging up sebaceous glands. Perfect for acne-prone skin; however, must be used in small quantities due to its strong and often drying effect. Not for sensitive skin.

Tea Tree Oil can be found Here

There you have it. Kindly let me know the list of your own must have oils for smooth skin.

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