Essential oils for healthy skin

In today's world, natural skincare treatments and solutions are becoming increasingly popular. To support the change, beauty and skincare products advocate the usage of organic and natural substances. Because we have witnessed the harmful effects of chemicals on our skin, body, looks and well being, more and more women opt for organic and natural components and products.

Essential oils are the next big thing in natural skincare. Essential oils are plant and herb extracts that include the essence, scent, and qualities of the plant or herb from which they were taken. Essential oils are natural, non-greasy oils that tone, renew, and improve skin's inherent beauty in skincare. They can help heal and improve acne, scars, blemishes, wrinkles, and age spots, among other things. Essential oils can be used in creams, lotions, shampoos, moisturisers, and carrier oils for skin application.

Essential oils are regularly used to help treat eczema, psoriasis, inflammation, infection, acne, discolouration, sunburns, and practically any other skin ailment, problem, or discomfort.

Here's a selection of essential oils that can aid you with your skincare.

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Lavender

Lavender is known as the "universal oil" since it can treat practically any skin problem and is suitable for all skin types. It can be used for various purposes, including calming, soothing, improved mental capability, energy, and mood. It soothes and helps heal burns, blemishes, acne, eczema, and psoriasis. It also promotes new cell formation and helps control sebum production, resulting in a more even skin tone.

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Tea Tree Oil

Tea tree oil is another fantastic oil since it possesses antibacterial, antiviral, antifungal, antiseptic, and analgesic qualities. As a result, it offers incredible healing, cleansing, and soothing properties for irritated, inflamed skin. It's quick-acting and can help with acne, blemishes, and pimples, as well as bites and stings.

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Sandalwood

Sandalwood is a highly hydrating oil that is beneficial to parched skin. Wrinkles, scars, and fine lines can all be reduced with sandalwood. It also has antibacterial and antifungal properties, which can help to prevent acne and skin infections.

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Lemon oil

And other citrus oils are excellent for eliminating acne quickly by removing excess sebum and oil from the skin. It has excellent healing and regenerative properties, particularly when used in skincare. By eliminating dead skin cells, lemon oil can brighten one's complexion. When exposed to direct sunshine, though, it might cause skin discolouration; thus, it's crucial to remain out of the sun right after applying lemon oil.

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Clary Sage Oil:

 

Clary sage is beneficial for skin issues such as acne, wrinkles, and fine lines caused by hormone imbalances. Because clary sage has a structure similar to human hormones, some may supplement hormonal imbalances when ingested.

Note: This must only ever been done with professional guidance - there are also powder versions of clary sage which may be safer to mix into smoothies etc.

If planning to consume any of these, please seek professional advice from your doctor, herbalist, naturopath or aromatherapist. It's also antibacterial and astringent, which helps to destroy infections and clean wounds.

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Eucalyptus Oil

Eucalyptus oil is a powerful antibacterial, antiseptic, and antiparasitic oil. It cleanses the skin and has been shown to help with skin conditions like acne, eczema, and burns. It can assist in clearing blackheads and pimples, as well as minimise redness and inflammation. Eucalyptus can help to balance out skin tones.

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Myrrh Oil

Myrrh oil has been used for a long time to treat various ailments, and it was once used as a balm to treat practically every ailment. Chapped skin, wrinkles, rashes, pimples, eczema, and infections in the skin have all been treated with it.

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Patchouli Oil

Patchouli oil has a strong scent and is used to cure various skin problems. Rashes, scars, cracked and inflamed skin, acne, dermatitis, and eczema can all benefit from it. It also works as a moisturiser, toning and tightening the skin while also removing wrinkles. Who wouldn’t want some of that?

Each of these essential oils has its own set of capabilities that will improve your skin, particularly wrinkles! Although wrinkles are a natural part of the ageing process, and we should all learn to embrace our beauty in age, some of us find that they are difficult to deal with because, let’s face it, many of us miss our youthful skin. These oils may not rewind the clock, but they will minimise damage and help the skin to remain healthy and glowing whatever age we are.

 

Essential oils, when diluted with a carrier oil, can also help minimise or diminish the appearance of marks and wrinkles and soften texture all over the body whilst also delivering other health benefits to your body.

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