There are so many health benefits of using essential oils particularly for the skin! It is important to realize that not all oils are the same and different oils will affect your skin in different ways. Reducing wrinkles and treating dry skin are two great benefits of essential oils. Additionally, they can be used as a primer and moisturizer.

1. Reducing wrinkles
Antioxidants can be key in the fight against wrinkles so it is a good idea to look for essential oils that contain antioxidants. Argan oil contains primrose oil and Vitamin E which can both be helpful in reducing wrinkles and making your skin look younger. Grape seed oil can be another great option for those who do not want to place a heavy layer of oil on their skin. Frankincense oil, lavender oil, and myrrh are all great options for mature skin, as well. Frankincense is known for increasing cell growth which can help your skin look young and fresh by tightening up those wrinkles! In addition to being great for skincare, lavender oil smells amazing and works well with all skin types. Myrrh has been used for centuries as a skin product.

2. Treating dry skin

Dry skin and chapped lips can be an inconvenient skin condition to deal with, particularly in the winter. Essential oils can be a great, quick fix for these unfortunate ailments. Coconut oil and almond oil are two great options for dry skin. Almond oil can be especially effective for those with sensitive skin due to the benefits of Omega 3 fatty acids. Rose oil is one of those products that can do it all. Not only does it help with dry skin but it can be a great anti-aging oil as well! It has anti-microbial and anti-inflammatory ingredients which reduce the effects of dry and mature skin. Jojoba oil is one that can be particularly effective for chapped lips. You can just put a little bit on your lips or mix it together with beeswax to make your own balm. You can feel better knowing exactly what is on your lips and that the products are all natural!

3. Skin moisturizer and primer
Typical skin moisturizers and primers can be expensive and have a lot of unknown ingredients in them. Essential oils are a fantastic alternative. Mandarin oil and pumpkin seed oil are two great primer options because they hydrate and plump the face. This can help makeup blend more evenly into your skin and create a lasting, unforgettable look. Oils are are great moisturizers because they can trap water and hydrate the skin while pushing out dirt and toxins that creates acne and other types of damage. Jojoba oil is another great choice for a moisturizer because of its waxy texture and the body readily absorbs it into the skin. Warming up jojoba oil before applying it can feel great and ensure that the oil penetrates the skin even deeper to achieve the best results.

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