The Best Carrier Oils To Use On Dry Skin.
♥ Evening primrose Regenerate tissue and condition the skin. Evening Primrose Seed Oil is a rich source of gamma linoleic acid, an Omega 6 fatty acid that is needed for our cardiovascular, immune, nervous, and reproductive systems, and to maintain healthy cells and body functions.
♥ Calendula Calendula oil is naturally rich in anti-oxidants and contains soothing and protective qualities.Calendula oil is renowned for its calming and nurishing properties on the skin.
♥ Jojoba Rich Golden and Cold Pressed, the finest Jojoba mimics the natural sebum in the skin.The oil makes for excellent skincare products which moisturise, nourish and protect. Suitable for all skin types. Research indicated jojoba oil is beneficial in the treatment of dry scalp and and psoriasis or eczema.
♥ Rosehip oil Contains Vitamin A that helps to delay the effects of skin aging, assists with cell regeneration, and promotes collagen and elastin levels to increase. Rosehip seed oil also contains a high amount of essential fatty acids and Vitamin E. In particular Organic Rosehip oil is rich in linoleic and linolenic acids, which are important skin nutrients.
♥ Argan oil Argans’ anti-aging properties, due to high levels of Vitamin E and saponins (which soften the skin) are well documented. It helps to reduce wrinkles by restoring the skin’s water lipid layer and it also cools and soothes inflammation. Its ant-oxidant properties contribute to the neutralization of free radicals, particularly useful in the polluted Western hemisphere. It helps cool skin that has been exposed to wind and the sun and also protects it in cold weather.
♥ Baobab oil The “Tree of Life” is exactly that for your skin. The oil is uniquely profiled with Antioxidant,s Vitamin A, D, E & F as well as Omega 3, 6 & 9 Fatty acids. Baobab oil is highly penetrating, making it perfect for intensive skin use, instantly softening dry skin.
♥ Macademia oil The high emollients and the high quantity of omega 7 make it perfect in skincare where it is very compatible with the skin and hair.
♥ Sesame oil Suitable for all skin types. Easily spreads across the skin, forming a light barrier which locks in moisture without giving a greasy feeling to the skin. Rich in vitamin A, E, D and B complex, linoleic acid, proteins which makes it effective enough to reduce scars and other rashes on the skin. It has an antioxidant known as sesamol that prevents the appearances of wrinkles and small pores in skin.
♥ Sea Buckthorn oil The richest oil on earth in natural minerals and vitamins it is best skin remedy, reviving, renewing, replenishing, protecting & anti-aging oil.
♥ Almond oil It is rich in Vitamin E, monounsaturated fatty acids, proteins, potassium and zinc, besides a number of other minerals and vitamins, which explains why it is so good for our heart, skin and hair.
♥ Apricot Kernel oil Highly nutritious, a good source of trace minerals and rich in polyunsaturated fatty acids that promote hair growth. Excellent emollient, easily absorbed. It reduces dry scalp problems.
BEAUTIFUL SKIN REQUIRES CARE.
For best results apply essential oils and carrier oils to your skin 2-3 times a day to soothe and regenerate dry skin.
Please visit my Etsy Shop to find out the best skincare line to suit your dry skin needs:
– Wild Rose Healing Balm
– Sweet Lips Balm
– Dry Skin Balm
– Floral Oil
– Wild Rose Bath Salts
– Wild Rose Face Serum
Drink water daily. It will hydrate the skin from the inside.
Use cold or lukewarm water to wash your face. Hot water dries the skin further.
Perform regular massage using essential oils. This will stimulate the secretion of sebum in the skin and improve blood circulation. Regular massage improve the whole health of the dry skin. Oppression should be gentle, to prevent skin irritation.
Eat foods abundant in healthy fats (saturated, omega-3) and trace nutrients (B vitamins, Vitamin A, K2).
If you live in Wellington, NZ and are looking for facial treatment or massage: Aromatherapy and Ayurveda – contact me on (+64) 0210778203 or firstname.lastname@example.org