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Top 5 Oils For Skincare

Roman Chamomile:

Chamomile oil are anti allergenic due to being antimicrobial, and strong antioxidant properties, and they help fight acne by removing toxins and cleaning sebaceous and eccrine glands through sweating. Soothing and cooling to the skin, it is great for irritated skin as well. Its healing properties enable it to have a great effect on diminishing scarring, marks and spots on the skin.


A truly amazing option that works on oily, dry, and combination skin, frankincense essential oil is growing in popularity because of its ability to restore skin that's damaged. With a balsamic woodsy aroma, it brings the same calming properties to damaged skin as it does to the mind. Anecdotally, it has been used to heal scars by lifting the appearance of dark spots. Though frankincense doesn’t contain the same brightening properties of lemon, more studies have found that it is an amazing wound healer. It’s a cleansing astringent with anti-inflammatory properties that has shown effectiveness in treating infected wounds, irritation, and redness. Known as a Holy Oil, it strengthens skin and improves tone, elasticity, making it perfect for anti-aging.


One of the reasons aromatherapists love blending with lavender is because of its versatile properties that support all skin types. My favourite reason to reach for this oil is to relieve itchiness and skin irritation. Being naturally antibacterial, it'll soothe and disinfect any affected area, and it also reduces inflammation from hives, ingrown hairs, sunburns, and even eczema. With such strong antioxidants it makes lavender a general all rounder oil for soothing, calm, to ease skin conditions and reverse the signs of aging.  


Known as the everlasting or immortal flower, it makes this oil renouned for the endless applications it holds for improving the skin. With rejuvenating and restorative properties, this oil helps reduce the appearance of blemishes and wrinkles, providing a smoothing effect to the skin.

 Tea Tree

Due to tea tree oil’s antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties, it has potential to work as a natural remedy for acne and other inflammatory skin conditions, including eczema and psoriasis. Care does need to taken though in dilution ratios to avoid a drying affect on the skin.

Tea tree oil may be effective in reducing inflammation, fighting skin or wound infections and reducing wound size. 

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