Love The Skin Your in

Here are Five natural oils that will help pamper your skin

1.. Coconut oil (virgin organic) is said to be excellent for dry skin but most important is its healing abilities due to being antibacterial, antiviral, and antifungal . Coconut oil also helps to treat many skin problems such as eczema, dermatitis, psoriasis.

2. Grapeseed oil is great for helping to slow down the process of aging as it contains polyphenols, which are antioxidants.
Grapeseed oil is also anti inflammatory (which means it calms irritated inflamed skin ex.. a rash), which makes it great for helping to clear up those acne flare ups . You can use it even if you have oily skin, the use of grapeseed oil can help prevent your pores from clogging while simultaneously tightening and equalizing the tone of skin.

3. Almond oil is frequently used to treat dry skin it helps relieve symptoms such as itchiness, soreness, rashes, dryness, irritation and burns. Almond oil also aides the skin in maintaining a healthy balance of moisture ( skin looses moisture in cold climates and when the natural oils our bodies produce is stripped ex using harsh soaps. Oil seals in the natural moisture in the deep layers of our skin) maintaing moisture is a critical component when treating the conditions associated with dry skin.

4. Jojoba oil benefits takes source from its rich contents such as micro elements and the nutrients zinc, copper, silicon, iodine, chromium and vitamin E. This oil is light and it resembles our own skins natural sebum oil . Jojoba oil is used by some to deep cleanse the faces and remove makeup and it doubles as a moisturizer that helps skin maintain a natural glow.

5. African Shea Oil penetrates deep into the skin rejuvenating damaged cells and restoring elasticity and tone. It is naturally hypo-allergenic and safe for sensitive skin while simultaneously protecting against the harmful rays of the sun, serving as a natural “sun screen”. It helps in the treatment of mild stretch marks, dark spots, and other kinds of light to medium skin damage (which results in scar tissue)

These oils can be found at your local health food store or online …and yes I use them all :)


Author: Candice Johnson

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