Beauty oils for troubled skin

Beauty oils for troubled skin
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Beauty oils for troubled skin.They can rejuvenate your dead cells like no other. Seven oils that you can add to your beauty regime.

They can rejuvenate your dead cells like no other. Seven oils that you can add to your beauty regime.

Sunflower oil- Its seeds taste delicious, but the pretty sunflower also makes a fantastic topical beauty oil thanks to a lightweight texture and subtle scent. This oil is best used as a direct facial moisturiser.

Sesame oil- Ayurveda can't state the benign use of sesame oil enough. The ancient science prescribes its use as a massage oil that helps warm and detoxifies the body, which heals dry, cracked skin on elbows and heels.

Coconut oil- We've all grown up on those commercials where we saw women crediting their long, black, thick lustrous hair to the use of coconut oil. But apart from the mane, this essential oil is also considered good for the skin. It has been shown to have amazing moisturising benefits for the skin and hair. Use it as a deep conditioning treatment, to dab away flyaways, add shine, soothe dry hands or as an all-natural replacement for shaving cream. Coconut oil can sometimes also speed up wound healing and has been found to be effective in increasing hydration and reducing water loss in dry skin.

Olive oil- Think olive oil, and you think scrumptious Italian fare, but this favourite food ingredient has for centuries been used to cleanse and protect the skin. Use olive oil as a moisturiser as well as creating hair and face masks.

Almond oil- Rejuvenating almond oil can be used as a light, all-natural skin moisturiser and hair conditioner. Mix a little with honey and lemon juice to create a softening face mask, purported to reduce the appearance of fine lines, and wrinkles. Almond oil can also be used as a shine-boosting deep conditioner. Here's a beauty tip: leave in for twenty minutes, wash and rinse.

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