You should use these beauty oils


Ask any beauty guru what their essential products are and you’ll probably hear about beauty oils.

Beauty oils are natural moisturizing nutrients that can help reduce dryness, age spots, brittle hair (and much more!). Even the ancient Egyptians used beauty oils from head to toe. Find out which are the best beauty oils and how to use them:

Sweet almond oil
The skin easily absorbs sweet almond oil and provides non-greasy hydration to skin and hair. This soothing oil is made from almonds, and is rich in vitamin A, fatty acids and minerals, capable of protecting and renewing dark skin.

How to use it:

• Apply a small amount of oil to the skin before applying a moisturizer.
• Use it as a make-up remover.
• Massage the oil on the scalp before shampooing to contribute to hair growth and health.

Argan oil
This oil rich in fatty acids can soften the skin and prevent dry cuticles, but beauty experts have crowned Argan oil as the essential ingredient for shiny hair. Argan oil comes from Argan nut, which grows on Argan trees throughout Morocco. Argan oil is known to soften, strengthen the hair, making it brighter.

How to use it:

• Rub a small amount of Argan oil on the palms of your hands and wipe them over the ends of damp hair to add softness and combat frizz.
• For deep hydration, cover the hair with a thin layer of oil before going to bed. In the morning, shampoo as usual and enjoy silky hair.
• Add the oil to the water in the bath for more hydration.

Grapeseed oil
Rich in antioxidant polyphenols, which contribute to the healthy cellular production of skin and protect the skin from free radicals, grape seed oil promotes a bright, younger-looking complexion.

How to use it:

• Massage the oil on the areas to be treated (sun spots, acne and dry skin) twice a day to reduce imperfections to a minimum.
• Add grape seed oil to your favorite moisturizer for increased antioxidant capacity.

Rose mosqueta oil
Rich in beta-carotene, lycopene, and vitamins A and E, rosehip oil can help reduce the appearance of stretch marks and scars. Vitamin A in the pink mosqueta helps to accelerate the cellular production of the skin and to attenuate also the appearance of the most stubborn skin imperfections.

How to use it:

• Apply oil directly on scars, stretch marks and wrinkles.
• Apply oil to clean skin before going to bed to contribute to cell production.
• Suitable for the treatment of dry and chapped cuticles.

Vitamin E oil
This oil is a superstar in the world of health and beauty. Vitamin E oil is ultra moisturizing and is a powerful antioxidant that protects the skin from free radicals and dryness.

How to use it:

• Apply oil to the areas of the face and body that need more hydration.
• Add oil to your favorite cream or detergent for enhanced moisturizing and antioxidant capacity.
• Massage the oil on scars and stretch marks to reduce their appearance.

Jojoba oil
This moisturizing oil is similar to the sebum produced by the skin, which allows the skin to absorb it effectively to prevent dryness. Those suffering from skin conditions such as eczema usually use jojoba oil to help calm and hydrate the inflamed areas of the skin.

How to use it:

• Apply directly to dry skin.
• Add to the bath water to soothe inflamed skin.
• Use as a base for homemade scrubs, soaps or creams.


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