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Which essential oils should you use?

by timetospa November 14, 2012
Which essential oils should you use?

If your skin is oily, you might not consider slathering more oil on to be a worthwhile solution. Oils are greasy, shiny and clog your pores, right? Not so fast. There are several essential oils that offer some serious benefits to skin - whether your issue is dryness, oil or wrinkles.

Here are some of the most powerful potions to consider.

Tea tree
You've probably seen tea tree oil on the ingredients list of some of your favorite hair, skin and beauty products - this is a good oil to start out with because its texture is more like an astringent than an oil. It's astringent-like properties make it a good solution for fungal infections, insect bites and stings. Try out Mandara Spa Essential Oil on feet to fight odor and athlete's foot.

Camellia is a gorgeous pink or white flower that grows in Japan, and using it, your skin might look as flawless as a geisha's! This oil has been used for centuries for hair, nail, scalp and skin care. According to the Daily Glow, is said to have more moisturizing properties than jojoba oil. and moisturizes facial skin without clogging pores. This oil also makes a great pregnancy massage oil because of the way is fades stretch marks and scars. Try Elemis Spa At Home Japanese Camellia Oil Blend for these benefits.

Grapeseed oil
It may seem counterintuitive to treat oily skin with more oil, but that's exactly what's so great about grapeseed oil. This common substance hydrates while regulating your natural oil production, and is loaded with antioxidants like vitamin C to stave off signs of aging. Plus, it can't be wrong if Emma Stone uses it! The actress told Style.com that she uses grapeseed oil as her moisturizer. This oil is also commonly added to anti-aging night creams, like Laboratoire Remede Alchemy Premium Night Crème.

Argan oil
Argan oil has been touted as an anti-aging miracle. This oil has a high concentration of vitamin E, which is known for its skin-healing properties. It also has plenty of fatty acids to keep the skin hydrated and wrinkle-free. Try it in a night cream with other essential oils like marula, hemp and prickly pear in Elemis Maximum Replenish Night Cream


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