If you already have oily skin, you may think that we’ve lost our marbles if we asked you to intentionally apply oil to your face. However, with the right skincare oil by your side, you can pave the way to moisturized, nourished and healed skin while protecting it from environmental pollution. As strange as it sounds, there are some natural oils out there that actually reduce the oil that’s produced in your skin! While some of you may rightfully point out that not every skin type is the same, it’s important to try different variants of them and see which one works best for your skin.
Before attempting to apply the oil on your face, we suggest that you try applying it to a smaller portion of your skin first. That way, you would get a better idea whether the product agrees with it or not. Here are 10 skincare oils for every beauty need (You’re welcome!)
Juicy Chemistry Cold Pressed Organic Pomegranate Oil
Pomegranate oil is fantastic because it’s packed with antioxidants which are good for your skin’s health. While it helps brighten dull skin, it also reduces any early signs of ageing. When you apply the oil, you’ll notice that it instantly gets absorbed into the skin and keeps it feeling smooth and moisturized all day long.
Nykaa Naturals Pure Essential Tea Tree Oil
As compared to most skin care oils, tea tree oil is thinner and lighter. It’s perfect for acne-prone skin and treating fungal infections like ringworms, scabies and athlete's foot. To make the most of this beauty product, combine 1-2 drops of tea tree oil with your facial cleanser and apply the mix to your face. Wash well with lukewarm water and pat dry using a fluffy towel for positive results.
The Body Shop Olive Beautifying Oil
When olive oil is applied to skin, it reduces the signs of aging drastically. It gives skin a dewy finish and makes it smooth and supple. You can also use the oil on your nails to smoothen and heal damaged cuticles. You’ve got to try it to believe it!
Kama Ayurveda Extra Virgin Organic Coconut Oil
You know what makes coconut oil win? The fact that it contains fatty acids and vitamin E, of course! Believe it or not, but a few drops of coconut oil can soothe irritated skin, heal chapped lips and can be used as a deep conditioner for your locks. You’re going to have a blast with this amazing coconut oil *Wink*
Truly Essential Jojoba Oil
If you have extremely sensitive skin, you might want to befriend jojoba oil. After all, it does help with moisturizing and evening out skin tone. The one that we’ve suggested is magnificent when used as a massage oil. Did we also mention that the oil make your skin smell divine?
Fabindia Sweet Almond Body Oil
When your eyes are feeling tired and puffy, make sure to use sweet almond oil. It reduces dark circles and relaxes skin each time when applied. For the oil to work its magic, leave it on for 10-15 minutes. You can wash the oil off your skin by taking a warm shower after.
Soulflower Coldpressed Castor Carrier Oil
Castor oil is regarded as a elixir of youth. Once applied, you’ll begin to notice how quickly it penetrates into the skin. After moisturizing and hydrating the skin, the oil then helps promote the production of elastin and collagen. This itself delays the appearances of fine lines and wrinkles. Thus, making your skin look youthful and feel baby soft.
Pure Marula Oil - Sclerocarya Birrea
One of the main reasons why we love using marula oil is because it contains antibacterial properties and helps ward off bacteria that causes breakouts and blemishes. After hydrating your skin to perfection, it dries up quickly leaving no oily residue. We insist that you give it a shot soon!
Nyassa Argan Oil
Did you know that argan oil is produced from the kernels of the Argan tree from morocco? We think you’ll cherish it because it contains vitamin E and protein that helps improve skin’s elasticity. Not to forget, it’s a non-greasy product that works on reducing the appearance of scars and marks.
Cypress Oil - Natural, Pure & Undiluted Essential Oil
This one is for the women who naturally have oily skin. Interestingly, the oil is extracted from the needles and twigs of young branches by the process of steam distillation. Using it often can improve your skin’s overall texture and give it that healthy glow.
Which of these would you want to try out on your skin first?!