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Almond Oil has several potential benefits for skin and hair health. Almond oil is a potent source of antioxidants, vitamins, and other nutrients found in almonds that are vital for skin health. Thanks to its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, almond oil has many uses. Almond oil has many potential benefits for the skin, such as reducing the appearance of scarring and wrinkles. It may also have hair health benefits. Almond oil is an emollient that provides hydration, which can help moisturize and smooth skin. These qualities make almond oil a popular ingredient for skincare products. Almond oil is generally safe for sensitive skin because it is non-irritating and lightweight. Some people find that almond oil helps them manage chronic skin conditions such as: Psoriasis, acne, eczema and dermatitis. Wound healing after injury or surgery can cause scarring. Ayurvedic and ancient Chinese medicine practitioners use almond oil to reduce the appearance of scars and soothe the skin. Some people use almond oil for acne scars. Research has shown that almond oil may help prevent stretch marks in pregnant people and reduce the itching caused by stretch marks while the skin is healing. One study of pregnant people found that stretch marks were less likely to develop when the participants applied almond oil directly to their skin each day. If you already have stretch marks, regularly massaging almond oil on your skin may help fade their appearance while also toning and softening your skin. Almond oil is an effective barrier, protecting the skin from harmful UV rays. In addition, the vitamin E contained in the oil has antioxidant properties that prevent cell damage from UV rays.


Aloe Vera Gel can be applied to the face in small amounts to help treat various skin conditions, including acne, eczema, and sunburn. its anti-inflammatory properties can reduce pain, swelling, and soreness of wounds or injuries

  • it supports the production and release of collagen

  • it can speed up wound healing time and limits scarring

  • it reduces the healing time of first-degree and second-degree burns

  • it is effective in treating fungal and bacterial infections.

  • it has an antioxidant effect that can help repair sun damage and slow down the aging process of the skin

  • it protects the skin from the damaging effects of radiation therapy

  • it contains 98% water, which helps moisturize, soothe, and hydrate the skin

  • it helps to make the skin more flexible and supple, rather than stiff and leathery

  • It has a cooling effect on rashes or sunburns


Apricot Oil Apricot kernel oil is a potent anti-aging ingredient, known for its ability to improve the skin's elasticity and reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. The oil's high concentration of fatty acids, particularly oleic and linoleic acids, deeply nourishes and hydrates the skin, promoting a more youthful and vibrant complexion. For individuals with dry skin, apricot kernel oil is a wonderful solution. Its emollient properties help to replenish the skin's moisture barrier, preventing water loss and keeping the skin hydrated throughout the day. Regular use of apricot kernel oil can restore suppleness and smoothness to dry, flaky skin, leaving it soft and revitalized. Apricot kernel oil possesses anti-inflammatory properties, making it highly beneficial for those with sensitive or irritated skin. It can help alleviate common conditions like psoriasis and eczema by reducing redness, itching, and irritation. The oil's gentle nature makes it suitable for even the most sensitive skin types, promoting a calm and balanced complexion. Apricot kernel oil contains powerful antioxidants that protect the skin against environmental stressors and free radicals. These antioxidants, such as vitamins A and E, help to neutralize the damaging effects of UV radiation and other pollutants, preventing premature aging and cell damage. Regular use of apricot kernel oil can help maintain a youthful and healthy complexion.


Arrowroot Powder Organic arrowroot powder is a versatile ingredient that can be used in a variety of ways, including in skincare. It is a natural starch extracted from the rhizomes of the arrowroot plant, which is native to the tropics. Arrowroot powder is known for its ability to absorb moisture, making it a popular ingredient in dry shampoos and deodorants. However, arrowroot powder also has a number of benefits for the skin. Arrowroot powder is also a natural absorbent, which means that it can soak up excess oil and sweat. This makes it a good choice for people with oily or acne-prone skin. Arrowroot powder has anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties, which can help to fight acne. Arrowroot powder can help to reduce redness and inflammation, and it can also help to kill bacteria that can cause acne breakouts. Arrowroot powder can also be used to soothe sunburned skin. The anti-inflammatory properties of arrowroot powder can help to reduce redness and pain, and the cooling effect of the powder can help to relieve the heat of sunburn.


Baking Soda Baking soda has antibacterial properties. It may have skin benefits if you have certain skin conditions, such as acne, eczema, and psoriasis. Baking soda (sodium bicarbonate) is a common staple in most kitchens. It’s a key ingredient in many baked goods, and you can even use it for a green way to clean around your home. Baking soda is found in many oral healthcare products too, and some people even use baking soda to help clear up several common skin conditions. Baking soda is a natural antiseptic with antibacterial properties. It may help reduce bacteria that causes acne when applied topically. Baking soda is not a cure for eczema, but it may help relieve the itch associated with it. When baking soda is combined with oatmeal and added to a bath it can provide relief from Itching and redness caused by Psoriasis, chickenpox, Hemorrhoids and Ichthyosis. Anecdotal evidence suggests baking soda paste may neutralize bee venom, plus reduce the pain, redness, and swelling of bee or wasp stings. A paste of baking soda and water may help alleviate the itching caused by bug bites. Fungal infections of the skin and nails, such as onychomycosis, have been shown to improve when soaked in a solution of baking soda and water.


Bergamot Essential Oil A multipurpose oil with exceptional skin care properties, bergamot essential oil is made from the rind of the citrus bergamia fruit. It is a well-liked ingredient in natural skincare regimens since it provides a wide range of benefits for your skin. Bergamot oil contains natural antiseptic properties that make it useful for preventing and treating skin infections. It can aid in skin disinfection, preventing the growth of acne-causing bacteria and lowering the risk of breakouts. Bergamot oil balances sebum production in the skin, making it suitable for all skin types. It can help keep your skin hydrated by reducing excess oiliness in oily skin and preventing dryness in dry skin. Bergamot essential oil stimulates skin cell regeneration, which aids in the removal of scars and blemishes. Regular application can result in a more even complexion and a reduction in the visibility of scars. Bergamot oil contains anti-inflammatory compounds that can reduce redness and inflammation associated with a variety of skin conditions, including acne and skin irritations.  Bergamot oil is high in antioxidants, which protect your skin from free radical damage, which is a leading cause of premature aging. Antioxidants can aid in the maintenance of a youthful and radiant complexion.  By reducing the appearance of pigmentation and dark spots, bergamot oil can promote a more even skin tone. This results in a brighter, healthier-looking complexion.


Calendula Oil contains a high amount of antioxidants that can help eliminate oxidative stress in the skin. When there is an accumulation of reactive oxygen species in the body, oxidative stress can damage the cells and cause inflammation. Antioxidants in Calendula oil quench the free radicals by reacting with the reactive oxygen species instead of the cells, protecting the cells from damage and inflammation. By applying Calendula oil to the skin or using skincare products containing Calendula oil, your skin will be more healthy and less prone to irritation. Calendula oil also has a good track record of calming inflammation in the skin. You can apply Calendula oil to the skin to relieve itching and discomfort. When applied to the joints and muscles, it can also reduce pain from sprains or strains. Skincare products containing Calendula oil may benefit persons with inflammatory skin conditions such as psoriasis, eczema, dermatitis. Calendula oil helps slow down the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, and other signs of skin aging. Adding this oil to your skin regimen also boosts skin hydration and helps to promote clear, youthful, glowing skin. Calendula oil is an excellent scalp moisturizer. It also has antibacterial and antifungal properties, making it suitable to treat dandruff and seborrheic dermatitis. It also helps hydrate the scalp and helps reduce itching. But it does one more thing: it can promote hair growth by reducing inflammation of the scalp. Despite scalp treatment falling under hair care, calendula oil benefits extend to the scalp. Calendula oil provides some short-term benefits for your skin, and one of them is keeping the skin firm. Calendula oil also makes your skin more hydrated and supple.



Carrot Seed Oil is rich in beta-carotene, antioxidants, vitamins A, E, and C, the oils and extracts that have emollient, protective properties that are ideal for dry skin. The healing properties of carrot seed oil are known for natural skin lightening & repairing the body and face. This oil suits most skin types including sensitive skin. Additionally, this oil also works as anti-wrinkle and anti-scar oil and is known to lighten stretch marks. Carrot Seed Oil repairs skin damage, tones muscles, and tissue, and tightens skin to prevent it from sagging. s antifungal and antibacterial properties might help with skin infections. Some skin conditions like eczema often have extra Staphylococcus bacteria. Carrot seed oil might help relieve eczema by fighting it. Some people also add carrot seed oil to shampoo and conditioner to help nourish their scalp. Carrot seed oil is effective at combating several strains of bacteria. These include Listeria monocytogenes, which causes listeriosis infections, and Staphylococcus aureus, responsible for staph infections. It had a smaller degree of effectiveness against E-coli and Salmonella. Researchers attribute the effects in combating bacteria to the levels of a chemical compound called alpha-pinene that is found in carrot seed oil.


Castile Soap Castile soap is a vegetable-based soap that is free of chemicals, other synthetic ingredients, and animal products. Pure castile soap is hypoallergenic, which means it's less likely to cause allergic reactions than other types of soap. Pure castile soap has a very small impact on the environment since it doesn't contain additives, preservatives, artificial coloring, or other chemicals commonly found in other soaps. It can be used to wash your skin, hair, clothes, and more. It is also hypoallergenic, making it an ideal option for people with sensitivity to harsh soaps and cleansers. Castile soap lathers easily. And because of the fat content in the oil it is made from, it may leave your hair feeling smoother and more conditioned than some chemical-based shampoos. Castile soap can also be used to bathe dogs. Castile soap is milder than many bar soaps. It can clean the skin while replacing some of the lost sebum with vegetable oil. Castile soap may also be an option if you have acne, as the oils these products contain have antibacterial properties. Castile soap has been studied extensively for its potential benefits in wound cleaning. In addition to being part of your personal care routine, a bottle of castile soap can also be handy for cleaning around your home.


Castor Oil  It contains several moisturizing fatty acids (including ricinoleic, linoleic, and stearic acid) that—when applied topically—can boost hydration and address certain skin conditions.  The ricinoleic acid in castor oil may have antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties which is helpful for inflammatory conditions like eczema and psoriasis.  Castor oil is rich in fatty acids that may help counteract dry skin. And since plant oils are occlusive (meaning they create a barrier that prevents water from evaporating from your skin), you can also try layering it on top of a moisturizer for an extra hydration boost. Castor oil has been used to make eyelashes healthier and grow thicker and longer. Castor oil contains antioxidants that fight free radicals in your body. Free radicals are responsible for accelerating the aging process, making wrinkles appear sooner. Castor oil has anti-inflammatory properties, which can help reduce swelling and puffiness. It could reduce the size of inflamed pimples or eye bags as well. Due to its anti-inflammatory properties, castor oil may ease the pain associated with sunburn. Its moisturizing qualities may also reduce peeling. Castor oil is a very common ingredient in both lipstick and lip gloss. If you have dry lips, skip the color and use castor oil.


Chamomile Essential Oil (German) distinguishable by its deep blue hue, attributed to chamazulene, is revered for its powerful anti-inflammatory properties. It’s often the preferred choice for addressing more severe skin conditions and is highly effective in promoting healing and reducing inflammation. German chamomile oil is a celebrated natural remedy for various skin conditions. Its known anti-inflammatory properties make it an excellent choice for soothing skin concerns such as eczema, acne, and rashes. When applied topically, it is generally known to reduce redness and swelling, offering relief and promoting the natural healing process. Rich in antioxidants, it may help combat skin damage caused by free radicals, prevalent in today’s pollution-heavy environment. This protective action contributes to maintaining youthful and vibrant skin. It is particularly effective for those with uneven skin tone or dull skin. Its anti-inflammatory properties may reduce redness and irritation, leading to an even complexion. Regularly using chamomile essential oil in skincare routines may improve skin texture, giving it a soft, supple, and naturally glowing appearance. The mild antiseptic qualities of chamomile, combined with its antibacterial and anti-fungal properties, make it ideal for treating facial wounds. If you’ve got open scratches or sores from outbreaks, then a chamomile toner will help to ensure infection doesn’t take root. In fact, chamomile has been shown to result in complete wound healing more speedily than corticosteroids. Not only will the sleep benefits of chamomile help to prevent dark circles betraying that you burned the midnight oil, chamomile in your skincare routine will help to lighten this under eye area whilst also reducing the tell-tale puffiness.


Citric Acid  is an alpha/beta hydroxy acid found naturally in citrus fruits such as lemons and limes. In skincare formulations, Citric Acid has protective antioxidant, and corrective antiaging effects helping to reverse visible signs of photodamage. Citric Acid works by exfoliating the upper layer of dead skin cells to help clean pores, even skin tone and soften and smooth the skin. AHAs can also be used as pH adjusters. pH adjusters are ingredients added to products to ensure they are mild and non-irritating – not too acidic (low pH) or too basic (high pH). Most recently, Citric Acid has also been found to be important in healthy skin barrier function by maintaining the optimum level of pH in areas of the skin which are essential for normal skin barrier function. The skincare benefits of Citric Acid include: Exfoliates to rid skin of dead cells, promoting exfoliation, helps to unclog pores, targets the skin’s hydrating support matrix to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, helps to even skin tone and helps to brighten, soften and smooth the skin.


Cocoa Butter Cocoa butter is high in fatty acids, which is why it’s often touted for its ability to hydrate and nourish the skin and improve elasticity. The fat in cocoa butter forms a protective barrier over skin to hold in moisture. Cocoa butter is also rich in natural plant compounds called phytochemicals. These substances may improve blood flow to the skin and slow skin aging by protecting against damage from the sun’s harmful UV rays. One common use of cocoa butter is to smooth scars, wrinkles, and other marks on the skin. Many women believe cocoa butter creams and lotions can be used during and after pregnancy to prevent and minimize the appearance of stretch marks. Cocoa butter has also been promoted to heal rashes from conditions like eczema and dermatitis. Cocoa butter is excellent for dry skin and chapped lips. It’s high in several different fatty acids, which help hold in water to keep your skin from drying out. Cocoa butter contains vitamin E. This antioxidant may help protect skin cells from damage that leads to signs of aging. 


Coconut oil contains fatty acids and micronutrients that may help to reverse skin damage, heal skin disorders, and moisturize. It's a highly respected moisturizer. Its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties help to prevent and heal skin conditions. Fatty acids like caprylic and lauric (both found in coconut oil) work to reduce inflammation, moisturize the skin, and protect it from toxins both inside the body and out. Coconut oil may be linked to some potential benefits for the skin, including reducing inflammation, keeping skin moisturized, and helping heal wounds. The medium-chain fatty acids found in coconut oil also possess antimicrobial properties that can help treat acne and protect the skin from harmful bacteria. Regular use of coconut oil can help stimulate collagen production in the body thus reducing wrinkles. The primary benefit of coconut oil is its moisturizing effects. This makes it ideal for chapped lips. Other benefits include the potential disinfecting and antimicrobial effects of coconut oil. Such benefits may keep your lips germ-free, and subsequently, help protect any cracked skin from becoming infected too. Research has shown that coconut oil has positive antioxidants that can help slow down the appearance of wrinkles and delay the aging process. When talking about skin whitening, coconut oil can do wonders for improving overall skin tone and making your skin look lighter. Keep in mind that similar to many natural oils, the effect of using coconut oil is not immediate. The process will take some time, at least, one month, so you need to get patient.


Epsom Salt The two main ingredients of Epsom salt are magnesium and sulfate. It is believed the combination of both ingredients stimulates detoxification pathways. Magnesium is a natural substance that aids a variety of bodily functions, including the removal of toxins. Sulfate can strengthen the walls of the digestive tract and make releasing toxins easier. Epsom salt bathwater can soften rough, dry skin, and exfoliate dead skin cells. It may also soothe skin affected by skin conditions, including eczema and psoriasis. Epsom salt may help reduce muscle soreness because magnesium helps decrease lactic acid buildup in the muscles. Many people who have inflammatory conditions, such as fibromyalgia and arthritis, are deficient in magnesium, which is why soaking in Epsom salt may be beneficial to them. Low magnesium levels have been linked to insomnia, poor sleep, restless-leg syndrome, and a heightened stress response. Soaking in Epsom salt may help the body absorb more magnesium, resulting in improved sleep quality, a more relaxed mood, and lower anxiety and stress levels.  Soaking in Epsom salt may help alleviate the discomfort of mild sunburn and minor wounds, such as paper cuts and ingrown toenails, because of the inflammation-reducing properties of magnesium. However, you should not submerge in an Epsom salt bath if you have severe skin inflammation, a skin infection, or open wounds.


Evening primrose oil has many properties that are beneficial to the health of your skin. Not only does evening primrose oil moisturize and soothe, but it can also enhance the texture and elasticity of the skin, addressing dryness, irritation, roughness, and wrinkles. Evening primrose oil is made up of a number of different beneficial constituents, including omega-6 acids, omega-9 acids, and stearic acid. The key ingredients in evening primrose oil are essential fatty acids that help strengthen the skin barrier and reduce moisture loss. Linoleic acid which is found in evening primrose oil is an omega-6 fatty acid that promotes skin health by reinforcing the skin barrier, preserving water in the epidermis, and regulating sebum production. If your skin is deficient in essential fatty acids it can lead to dry, rough, or scaly skin. Linoleic acids (Omega-6) have anti-inflammatory properties, promote moisture retention in the skin, help soothe and prevent acne, facilitate wound healing, and help to sustain skin softness and elasticity to help reduce the effects of aging. Gamma-Linolenic acids (Omega-6) have anti-inflammatory properties and nourish the skin with fatty acids. They help to promote strong, healthy skin, sustain skin softness and elasticity, and maintain the health and function of skin cells.


Frankincense Essential Oil  contains compounds that can help reduce inflammation in the skin. This can be especially beneficial for people with skin conditions such as acne or rosacea. The oil has antioxidant properties that can help protect the skin from free radical damage, which is one of the key factors in premature aging. Frankincense oil can help improve the skin’s ability to retain moisture, making it a good choice for dry or aging skin. It is thought to help reduce the appearance of scars and stretch marks over time. Some studies show that frankincense oil can promote skin cell renewal, which can lead to a smoother, more youthful complexion. The pleasant aroma of frankincense oil can help reduce stress and promote relaxation, which indirectly benefits the skin. It can be useful in helping prevent the breakdown of the cartilage tissue and has been shown to significantly reduce levels of dangerous and painful inflammation, making it a natural treatment option for pain-related conditions that affect the muscles, joints and tendons. Frankincense essential oil has been used therapeutically for centuries to relieve or prevent a range of health concerns, including anxiety, trouble sleeping, inflammation and digestive problems.


Geranium Essential Oil is a natural anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory oil, it actively boosts skin's health and natural glow. By helping skin stay conditioned and soothing irritated or breakout-prone skin, it fights against skin affected by harsh weather conditions or prone to acne. When applied to the skin as an astringent it tightens, brightens, and removes dead skin cells. It can also be used as a soothing and antimicrobial topical agent to help treat bacterial acne. Aside from keeping wrinkles in check, Geranium oil also helps keep your skin young and glowing by renewing blemished tissues. This floral oil is perfect for dry, aging, or sensitive skin and its many skin-renewing benefits make it a popular ingredient in the very best skincare products.


Grapeseed Oil While this oil is predominantly known for its anti-aging and hydrating properties, we're here to pop the cork and celebrate its seemingly endless grapeseed oil benefits and uses! Pure, undiluted, and cold pressed oils can aid your anti-aging routine and provide antimicrobial and healing properties. One of the top grapeseed oil benefits is that it’s high in linoleic acid, an omega-6 fatty acid that can help control acne by decreasing clogged pores. Acne-prone skin has been found to be deficient in linoleic acid – so adding more of this fatty acid to your skin via grapeseed oil can help to cut back on breakouts. It also rates as a very low 1 on the comedogenic scale, making it ideal for most skin types. Thanks to its vitamin E and linoleic acid content, grapeseed oil lightens skin discolorations like acne scars and sunspots. Studies have shown that it can help speed up the healing process and decrease the formation of keloid scars: raised, enlarged scarring commonly caused by severe burns, cuts, or acne. Grapeseed oil is rich in many other superior compounds: beta-carotene, vitamins D, C, E, and polyphenols. These compounds have powerful antioxidant abilities, which can prevent your skin from absorbing the full damage of UV rays or other environmental aggressors. Grapeseed oil is chock full of vitamin E, which is excellent for locking moisture into the skin. This vitamin plays an essential role in softening and hydrating the skin’s outer layer. Meanwhile, it’s superstar fatty acid components fortify the skin barrier while smoothing and balancing the skin. Thanks to the polyphenols found in grapeseed oil, these gems help combat premature aging and wrinkles. Along with fatty acids, grapeseed’s polyphenols also help to mitigate signs of premature aging while boosting circulation. This oil also has natural astringent properties, making the skin look tighter and more youthful. Thanks to its vitamin E content, grapeseed oil benefits and assists in the production of collagen and improves skin tone. This mighty vitamin, along with proanthocyanidins, increase the restoration rate of collagen meaning firmer, more youthful looking skin. Yet another one of the major grapeseed oil benefits is that its antimicrobial properties make it an ideal sidekick in your fight against breakouts. It’s mildly astringent properties help reduce inflammation and control the inflammatory response of skin. The oil may be useful for inflammatory conditions such as rosacea, eczema, or who simply have sensitive skin.


Hempseed Oil Hempseed oil is often referred to as “hemp oil,” and it’s harvested by cold-pressing hemp seeds. Hemp oil is often unrefined. It’s different from cannabidiol (CBD) oil, which is an extract of the cannabis plant and utilizes hemp flowers and leaves for its production. Hempseed oil is made from the hemp seed itself and usually doesn’t contain any THC (tetrahydrocannabinol), the psychoactive component. Hemp oil has numerous health benefits, including those that improve skin health. It’s so beneficial for skin health thanks to its nourishing vitamins and moisturizing qualities. Hemp oil is perfect for most skin types as it can moisturize without clogging your pores. It can even help to balance out oily skin, hydrating it and regulating the skin’s oil production. Dryness can also cause your skin to overproduce oil, which in turn, can stimulate acne. Hemp oil can prevent dry skin without clogging pores. This helps reduce acne that’s caused by excess oil. One of the omega-6 fatty acids that hemp oil contains is gamma-linolenic acid (GLA), which acts as a powerful anti-inflammatory while simultaneously encouraging skin growth and new cell generation. This can help to calm inflammation and irritation on the skin, including acne and some conditions like psoriasis, while keeping the skin nourished and moisturized. Part of what makes hempseed oil so beneficial to the skin is that it’s rich in omega-6 and omega-3 fatty acids. Consuming these nutrients can help to treat skin conditions like atopic dermatitis. In addition to moisturizing and soothing the skin, hemp oil has anti-aging properties. Hemp oil can help reduce fine lines and wrinkles as well as prevent signs of aging from developing. The linoleic acid and oleic acids found in hemp oil can’t be produced by the body but can play a crucial role in skin health and anti-aging, so they’re important nutrients to add to the diet.


Jasmine Essential Oil acts as an effective antibacterial, soothing dry skin and eczema and increasing cell turnover to lighten the appearance of scars. Treating skin imbalances holistically, jasmine balances hormone levels and works as a formidable stress-reducing therapy. jasmine oil has antiseptic properties that are beneficial in treating skin infections. According to research, jasmine oil also has anti-inflammatory properties and can be useful in general skincare and the treatment of psoriasis. Laden with natural benzoic acid and phthalic acid derivatives, jasmine essential oil holds powerful antiseptic and cicatrizing i.e. wound healing properties. It is thus an astounding remedy for fixing distended red scars, swollen bumps, and dented pits that arise during acne flare-ups.


Jojoba Oil  has been touted for its ability to moisturize skin and fight fine lines. In fact, it has antibacterial and antioxidant properties and is full of vitamin E and other essential vitamins and minerals. It can also help soothe a sunburn and double as a makeup remover or cuticle oil. And it can be a great leave-conditioner for your hair. Jojoba oil is made up of vitamin E, vitamin B complex, copper and zinc. And if you’re looking for an anti-inflammatory ingredient, jojoba oil also fits the bill. Copper and zinc are two very common elements that are uniquely woven to the proteins that our body uses. Especially when it comes to wound healing or collagen formation, copper and zinc are essential to skin function. Jojoba oil has a high amount of antioxidants, which help fight inflammation, free radicals and oxidative stress. The elements in jojoba oil are helpful with the normal processes of your skin and have been shown to accelerate healing and combat inflammation. It can also help with eczema, psoriasis and sunburns. As jojoba oil is very close to your skin’s sebum, it can be a good option to help cut down on inflammation. When you use jojoba oil on your skin, it’s not going to overhydrate, make your skin too oily or block your pores. It can get into your hair follicles or your sebaceous glands and deliver some of those anti-inflammatory molecules deeper down to the pores, which can help to cut down on acne. While jojoba oil can boost collagen, it can also combat fine lines and wrinkles thanks to vitamin E, which can improve elasticity and hydration. Additionally, jojoba oil helps fade stretch marks and scars. Scars are typically made up of a different type of collagen that’s stimulated in response to wounds. Jojoba oil can increase collagen formation, which is an important building block of skin.


Lavender Essential Oil is anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, anti-fungal, an antioxidant, and has the ability to relieve pain. It can also help repair damaged skin tissue and heal wounds. This makes it awesome to heal rashes, bites, burns, acne, scrapes, eczema, stings, scars, and more. Lavender oil works to kill bacteria, and this can prevent and heal acne breakouts. It unclogs pores and reduces inflammation when you put it on your skin. With eczema, your skin gets dry, itchy, and scaly. It can appear mild or chronic and in multiple locations. Since lavender has antifungal properties and reduces inflammation, it can help keep eczema at bay. Lavender oil can also be used to treat psoriasis. The lavender oil helps cleanse your skin and lessen redness and irritation. Lavender is renowned for its ability to create a relaxing atmosphere. In face, one of the main benefits of lavender is that it can calm without sedating. Moore than simply generating a serene state of mind, lavender can reduce anxiety by affecting the body’s fight or flight response. Lavender essential oil has been found to be effective in reducing: anxiety, restlessness, agitation, disturbed sleep, nervousness and depressive symptoms.


Mango Butter Mango butter is effective in preventing inflammation and itching caused by dry skin. It is an excellent source of triglycerides (a form of glycerin). These are fatty acids that work as emollients to soften the skin and prevent it from feeling dry and itchy. It also contains Vitamin C, which is beneficial for your skin in many ways. Mango butter comes in contact with oxygen, it produces salicylic acid. Salicylic acid is an excellent exfoliant that works by softening a specific protein in the skin called keratin. This helps remove the top layer of the skin that has become scaly, itchy, and dry . It is also widely used to treat symptoms of eczema, psoriasis, and other dry skin conditions. According to some studies, mango butter contains antioxidants like vitamin C that fight free radicals in your skin. Free radicals are molecules that create havoc in the body. They damage tissue and DNA, contributing to wrinkles and other skin issues. This prevents your skin from developing wrinkles . It also aids in collagen production, a protein naturally present in your skin that keeps it firm and wrinkle-free . 


Myrrh Essential Oil In addition to its antioxidant properties, myrrh oil benefits also enable it to offer protection against bacterial and fungal infections. This partly explains why the oil was commonly used in Ancient Egyptian societies, along with several other essential oils, to embalm mummies and prevent decay. It is believed that myrrh oil can offer protection against fungus on the skin. It can also help to combat pure candida – a yeast infection that can form almost anywhere on the body. A study in 2012 found that the antibacterial benefits of myrrh oil were increased when combined with frankincense. The results of a test-tube study published in 2005 stated that compared to vitamin E – a common treatment against free radicals - myrrh oil was a more powerful antioxidant agent. Myrrh oil can also be used to improve skin health, extending wellness applications of skincare, whilst also working as an effective remedy against a variety of ailments. Many people use the oil to moisturize in the belief that it can help to prevent and reduce the signs of ageing, especially when caused by sun damage. Scientists have also found that the application of myrrh oil helped to elevate white cell blood counts, which helped to quicken the healing of wounds and irritations. Compared to the pain-relief abilities of many essential oils, the natural properties provided by myrrh oil are somewhat unique. This is because, rather than working to actively dull or reduce the source of pain, myrrh oil interacts with opioid receptors in the brain, effectively convincing it that there is no pain to respond to. Discomfort caused by tension and inflammation can also be eased by myrrh essential oil.


Neroli Essential Oil In addition to its irresistible orange blossom scent, neroli oil can also be used in skincare. According to Patricia Davis, author of Aromatherapy: An A-Z, neroli oil stimulates skin cells to regenerate, giving it anti-scarring properties. This makes neroli a fantastic ingredient to rub on stretch marks, dark spots, and scars. Along with its regenerative qualities, neroli oil is also antiseptic, antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, and pain-relieving. This makes it useful to treat pimples and acne and reduce the redness associated with breakouts. Solidifying neroli as a skincare savior, it can also be used to treat oily skin, reduce fine lines and hydrate all skin types. Neroli oil is non-toxic and perfectly safe for sensitive skin. It moisturizes dry skin and helps reduce the appearance of scarring as well as marks. Neroli can be blended and used with other essential oils which makes it an amazing product for beauty products. It can relieve occasional itchiness and skin irritation such as psoriasis or eczema which can be hard to relieve. In general Neroli oil keeps your skin health intact and gives you soft, baby skin after regular use.


Patchouli Essential Oil Patchouli essential oil has anti-inflammatory properties which help reduce redness and irritations. Patchouli oil has lots of antioxidants that can help maintain the youthful appearance of your skin. Using patchouli essential oil for face can also help scavenge free radicals caused due to sun damage. It can also increase collagen production and reduce the appearance of signs of ageing like dark spots and wrinkles. It can be helpful in managing eczema, dermatitis, acne, or dry skin due to its soothing and moisturizing properties. The oil has antibacterial properties which help keep acne-causing bacteria in check. It also has an anti-inflammatory effect on the skin which will help get rid of acne faster by curbing swelling and redness. Patchouli Oil benefits oily skin as it is a natural astringent and can help reduce oiliness by tightening pores if your skin produces excess sebum. Using the oil regularly can help keep skin and scalp infections at bay due to its antifungal nature. Using patchouli oil for hair can aid in clearing dandruff and promote healthy scalp and hair health. The aroma of patchouli essential oil has a warm, musky scent and can help neutralize and hide the bad body odor. It is widely used in underarm deodorants and soaps to help you smell good all day long. Using patchouli oil for body can speed up the wound healing process by helping regenerate cells. It can help improve the appearance of scars and rejuvenate your skin. 


Raw Cane Sugar has multiple benefits for the skin as well. It is a rich source of naturally derived Alpha Hydroxy Acids (AHAs) like glycolic acid, which increase cell turnover. These gently yet deeply exfoliate the skin to unravel its glowing best, after every use. With regular use of raw Cane Sugar infused products, the skin appears more uniform with minimized pores. Contrary to popular belief, raw Cane Sugar is gentle on the skin, making it an excellent ingredient for all skin types. It is a widely used ingredient in bath soaps, body scrubs and lip scrubs. The gentle abrasion removes dry, dead skin cells and clears up clogged pores. A scrub made of sugar cleans and removes dead/damaged skin and helps to prevent acne, blackheads, whiteheads, breakouts and skin blemishes. Natural sugars contain Glycolic Acid, a type of alpha-hydroxy acid that when applied to the skin helps help loosen the “glue” that holds the dead skin cells to the surface of the skin which allows the old, skin cells to be washed away. Sugar scrubs are a better choice for sensitive and facial skin. Sugar’s round granule has no sharp edges so it is gentler than salt. The smaller, finer granules, make a gentle exfoliant that is suitable for most skin types. Sugar also has the benefit of melts more quickly than salt as you use it.


Rose Essential Oil Rose oil makes an excellent emollient (moisturizer), gently softening the skin. Both rose oil and rose water are excellent softening agents, making them valuable ingredients for a wide range of beauty products. Just inhaling the unmistakable scent of rose oil is said by many to be relaxing. Some studies even suggest that it releases endorphins, chemical signals in the brain that increase feelings of wellbeing. But aside from calming the mind, rose oil is also known to calm the skin. Rose oil has antiseptic, bactericidal and anti-inflammatory properties. This means it can be a very valuable remedy for inflammation and irritation, including eczema and allergic rashes. The oil is known for being very mild and gentle on the skin when correctly diluted, making it suitable for lots of different skin types. Throughout history, rose oil has been used as a cicatrisant (wound-healing) ingredient, and many still use it for this purpose today. Rose oil is known to have a regenerative effect on cell tissue, making it especially beneficial for dry, sensitive or ageing skin. It can keep skin healthy, lubricated and elastic. As the body ages, cell division slows. the outer epidermis of the skin becomes thinner and begins to lose its tone and elasticity. In time mature skin is inevitable, but essential oils like rose can help slow down the effects. Because of its regenerative effects, some people swear by rose oil as a means of reducing scarring. Rose oil is the best face oil for dry skin. It is a natural humectant, meaning it helps to keep the skin hydrated. It does this by drawing moisture from the air and sealing it into the skin. This is perfect for those with sensitive, dry or cracked skin, as it will help to keep the skin hydrated and prevent flakiness.


Rose Water Rose water is created via steam distillation of rose petals. This means that when the petals are heated with water, the resulting steam is cooled to create a hydrosol. Rose water is a serious hydrator for the skin whether you’re using it as a simple mist, toner, or cream. The anti-inflammatory properties in rosewater help reduce redness or irritated skin, and can help aid in treating acne, dermatitis, and eczema. Rosewater is also commonly associated with anti-aging because of its antioxidant and plumping power. This ingredient acts as a natural toner, effectively balancing the skin's pH, supplying moisture, and soothing irritation. Rose water is supremely gentle, making it suitable for all skin types.Our skin is amazing and generally heals quite fast. If you have some scars or cuts, applying rose water to your skin regularly can help soothe those cuts and reduce the appearance of it. If you happen to run out of your favourite cleanser, rose water is the next best thing. According to a skincare expert, it’s capable of removing dirt and oil in clogged pores, making it the ideal cleanser in your routine. We know that rose water brightens our skin and keeps us looking youthful, but it also improves our skin tone and reduces the appearance of blemishes.


Rosehip Oil Today, rosehip oil is used for its medicinal and cosmetic properties. While rosehip products are most commonly found in oil form, rosehips may also be used in creams, powders, and teas. Rosehip oil is commonly used to heal or smooth the skin. Rosehips are full of vitamin C, which makes rosehip oil a great tool for protecting your skin. The vitamin C in rosehip oil acts as an antioxidant, a substance that protects your cells against damage and disease. Rosehips help repair your skin after sun damage and can even reverse signs of aging caused by too much sun. Rosehip oil contains carotenoids, which help keep your skin fresh and healthy by creating new skin cells. Rosehip oil also contains vitamin F, which helps trap moisture in your skin and protect your skin against damage. Rosehip oil contains carotenoids, which help keep your skin fresh and healthy by creating new skin cells. Rosehip oil also contains vitamin F, which helps trap moisture in your skin and protect your skin against damage. Rosehip oil may help treat eczema, an inflammation of the skin that can cause itching and redness. Rosehip oil contains phenols, which are chemicals containing antibacterial properties that help fight against skin conditions like eczema.


Sandalwood Essential Oil Sandalwood oil helps nourish the skin, improve the elasticity of skin cells, even out skin tone. Because of these qualities, it can be beneficial in reducing the appearance of scars. Sandalwood oil contains antioxidants that help maintain the buoyancy and structure of the skin cells. It also reduces dryness and replenishes the moisture in skin, increasing elasticity. Due to the rich antioxidant component, sandalwood can help prevent wrinkles by fighting free radical formation. Due to its anti-inflammatory properties, sandalwood oil has shown promise in clinical trials for the treatment of acne, psoriasis, eczema, common warts, and molluscum contagiosum, a type of skin infection. Sandalwood’s antiseptic properties can help in wound care and healing. In India, sandalwood powder is often combined with rose water to create a calming, curative paste. Sandalwood is time-tested in Ayurveda for its pitta-reducing quality, cooling the skin in cases of tanning and sunburn and soothing the skin with its anti-inflammatory properties — especially in cases of acne, rashes, and insect bites.


Shea Butter works as an emollient that softens and hydrates skin. Because it contains several types of fatty acids — including lineoleic, oleic, palmitic, and stearic acids — that improve the skin's natural barrier, Shea butter works like an emollient. It might help soften or smooth dry skin. Shea butter also contains substances that can reduce skin swelling. This might help treat conditions associated with skin swelling such as eczema. Shea butter also protects skin from damage from the environment like pollutants. The plant esters of Shea butter have been found to have anti-inflammatory properties. Shea Butter can minimize irritation caused by environmental factors, such as dry weather, as well as inflammatory skin conditions, such as eczema. has significant levels of vitamins A and E, which means it promotes strong antioxidant activity. Shea contains Antioxidants which are important anti-aging agents. They protect your skin cells from free radicals that can lead to premature aging and dull-looking skin.


Sunflower Oil Sunflower seed oil contains a variety of phytonutrients that work wonders for the skin, including oleic & linoleic acids and sesamol. Not only is it rich in antioxidants and nutrient-dense, sunflower seed oil also contains high levels of vitamin E, an ingredient well known for its protective skin benefits. Sunflower seed oil is best known for its excellent emollient (skin softening) properties. The high concentration of linoleic acid (around 60%!) helps maintain the skin’s natural barrier and locks in moisture to prevent trans-epidermal water loss (TEWL). Those suffering from dry skin who use sunflower seed oil regularly will notice a significant improvement in skin texture and moisture retention. Vitamin E is well known to be an excellent antioxidant for the skin, and sunflower seed oil is packed with lots of vitamin E goodness. This incredible antioxidant can protect your skin from harsh UV rays and other environmental stressors such as environmental pollution. The high levels of Vitamin E also help with hydration by locking in moisture. On top of vitamin E, sunflower oil is also rich in other vitamins that offer additional skin benefits. It also contains vitamins A, C and D, all of which are highly effective in fighting acne. These combine with fatty acids to promote new skin cell growth and rid skin of bacteria that can lead to acne. Sunflower oil is also rich in beta-carotene, a fat-soluble compound that converts into vitamin A. It is known to possess antioxidant properties and promotes healthy skin, helping you maintain that natural glow. A recent study showed that topical use of sunflower oil helped wounds heal more quickly, which may be due to both its high oleic acid content and vitamin E. Both components of sunflowers seed oil proved especially helpful during the inflammation phase of wound healing.


Tamanu Oil  Tamanu oil is rich in fatty acids, antioxidants, and anti-inflammatory compounds, which help moisturize, soothe, and rejuvenate the skin. Tamanu oil has a unique ability to penetrate deeply, which makes it an effective moisturizer and helps to promote the regeneration of healthy skin cells. Tamanu oil is rich in antioxidants like Vitamin E, which help protect your skin from pollution and environmental damage.  Thanks to the fatty acids and other active phytochemicals, it's thought to promote the growth of new skin cells, reduce inflammation, help kill bacteria and fungi, moisturize dry skin, and prevent or treat minor wounds and infections. The reported medicinal uses include infectious and inflammatory skin conditions, including eczema. Some data suggest tamanu oil for eczema may be a valid treatment. The potential oil uses and benefits of using tamanu oil for skin are: reducing and preventing breakouts and soothing and moisturizing the skin; reducing the appearance of scars; nourishing and moisturizing the hair and scalp; soothing and reducing redness and irritation of sunburns and minor wounds; soothing insect bites and stings by relieving itching and swelling. There is also some thought that tamanu oil for hair will improve shine and could treat fungal scalp conditions. 


Vegetable Glycerin may lead to better skin health by helping soothe skin irritation, protect against infection and promote wound healing. Studies show that applying glycerin-containing products may protect your skin against irritants and microbes, as well as soothe inflamed or wounded skin. Used topically, Vegetable Glycerin attracts and locks moisture into the skin, thereby softening, smoothing, and soothing the complexion. Its pH level closely matches that of the skin, which makes it gentle enough to be used by those with sensitive skin and in baby skincare. Vegetable Glycerin cleanses the skin without clogging pores, facilitates the skin’s absorption of other beneficial active ingredients in natural products, smooths the look of fine lines and minuscule cracks on the skin, facilitates the regeneration of new skin, evens out the skin tone to lighten darker areas, and diminishes the appearance of unwanted spots and marks.


Vitamin E Oil may alleviate the dryness, itching, and flaking associated with eczema, or atopic dermatitis. One study found that oral vitamin E supplements could produce significant improvements in eczema symptoms. Vitamin E oil is full of antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties that relieve various dry skin conditions like psoriasis, eczema, and dermatitis. It moisturizes the skin to prevent dryness of the skin. Because vitamin E oil can moisturize and soothe dry, flaky skin, it may help to relieve the burning and itching that result from sunburn or dry skin conditions like eczema. In fighting off free radicals, vitamin E helps protect the skin from damage. Additionally, vitamin E has moisturizing and healing "benefits, and helps to strengthen skin barrier function.


Vitamin C Oil  Topical vitamin C is a science-backed, dermatologist-favorite ingredient that may help slow early skin aging, prevent sun damage, and improve the appearance of wrinkles, dark spots, and acne. Vitamin C is an antioxidant, meaning it fights harmful free radicals (toxins) that come in contact with your skin from external sources like air pollution, or from inside the body as a result of normal processes like your metabolism. Free radicals can damage the skin, and applying topical vitamin C can combat free radicals and may improve the skin's overall appearance. A few clinical studies have demonstrated that vitamin C can improve wrinkles. One study showed that daily use of a vitamin C formulation for at least three months improved the appearance of fine and coarse wrinkles of the face and neck, as well as improved overall skin texture and appearance. Vitamin C may also help protect the skin from harmful ultraviolet rays when used in combination with a broad-spectrum sunscreen.  vitamin C can reduce the appearance of dark spots by blocking the production of pigment in our skin. Additionally, topical vitamin C can help with acne through its anti-inflammatory properties that help control sebum (oil) production within the skin.


Ylang - Ylang Essential Oil  Ylang Ylang is one of those essential oils that are great for those with oily skin types. Even though it is an oil itself, it works at balancing out excess oil production. And because it’s great at regulating the skin’s sebum production, it’s frequently used in natural toners. Ylang Ylang oil is both antiseptic and contains anti-inflammatory properties. Because of this it is also frequently used to treat acne, breakouts, wounds, eczema and other skin irritations. It also has anti-aging properties and preserves the health and youthfulness of the skin. It even works at rejuvenating skin that looks like it could use some assistance. It does this by boosting skin cell rejuvenation for healthier looking skin all over the body. Though Ylang Ylang oil has incredible benefits when it comes to skin care, it also has unbelievable benefits when it comes to one’s overall health. As we mentioned, Ylang Ylang has anti-inflammatory properties. This isn’t just for your skin but for your whole body. Ylang Ylang scored as one of the highest ranking oils with anti-inflammatory compounds. Surprisingly enough, these anti-inflammatory properties help soothe anxiety and stress when diffused through a steamer. You can also apply the oil directly onto your skin (With a carrier oil like coconut oil or olive oil of course) to reap its soothing benefits.

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