Skincare,  Skincare routine

Why You Should Use Facial Oil

Finally, secret of glowing skin is here!

This ancient yet magical skincare routine is now finding its way into our skincare routines. Facial oils are not new, go ahead and ask the Egyptians, they were using facial oils such as the Moringa oil to keep their skin glowing and youthful. 

Whenever ‘face’ and ‘oils’ are mentioned together, the first things that come to mind are acne and nasty breakouts. However, organic facial oils come to nourish, heal, and hydrate your skin.

Facial oils for dry skin

Dry skin loves facial oils. The climate and air sucks moisture out of your skin. When this happens you are left with tight and itchy skin that feels anything but glowing. 

Your dry skin needs facial oils more than anyone else. In fact, good facial oils are stronger moisturizers than over-the-counter creams. Facial oils penetrate the skin faster than any skincare product. Once they are in, they lock in the skin’s moisture and prevents it from escaping. Your skin becomes supple and comfortable to live in.

I’d recommend you go for facial oils rich in Omega 3 and 6 fatty acids. These are the two powerhouse hydrants found in many moisturizers. 

Examples of facial oils for dry skin type include: 

* Argan oil

* Avocado oil

* Hemp seed oil

* Cocoa butter

* Jojoba Oil

* Almond oil

* Rosehip oil

* Shea butter

* Grape seed oil

Facial oils for oily skin type

Yes, oily skin really loves facial oils. However, you’ll need to be careful not to trigger acne breakout. It’s best if you choose for organic oils that will nourish your skin. 

The best pick for your skin would are:

* Apricot seed oil

* Argan oil

* Pomegranate seed oil

* Jojoba Oil

* Almond oil

* Grape seed oil

Facial oils for acne-prone skin type

Acne-prone skin really benefits ingridients likeTea Tree oil. This facial oil is the best chance you’ve got at eliminating zits. 

 Best oils for acne-prone skin type are:

* Apricot seed oil

* Argan oil

* Pomegranate seed oil

* Jojoba Oil

  • Rosehip oil

Facial oils for the sensitive skin type

You’ll need anti-inflammatory oils to help soothe and prevent skin irritation. You’ll also benefit from facial oils with antioxidant properties to help prevent breakouts. It’s even better if look for a single ingredient facial oil that contains all these properties. Our best picks are Argan oil and Yangu oil. To relieve and cure rashness, go for Geranium oil. 

Also sensitive skin could benefit ingidients like:

*  Apricot oil

* Sunflower seed oil

* Argan oil

* Avocado oil

* Jojoba Oil

* Almond oil

* Rosehip oil

Facial oils for the aging skin

Hey, it’s your right to age gracefully. 

You need a facial oil that will hydrate your skin and help soften those wrinkles. Acai oil is good because of its antioxidant properties and vitamin concentration. In addition to that, you need lots of Vitamin C for that youthful radiant skin. 

Oils that are good for anti-aging:

* Argan oil

* Pomegranate seed oil

* Cocoa butter

* Blackcurrant seed oil

* Rosehip oil

* Shea butter

* Sea buckthorn oil

How to use facial oils

Include your facial oil in your morning and evening daily skincare routine. Make sure you double cleanse your skin before you apply your facial oil. You can apply serum before the facial oil. Then gently apply the facial oil in your face and follow it up with a moisturizer to lock it in. 

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