If there is anything that I cannot stop myself from shopping, it is natural oils and scents. My affiliation with plants extracts is irrevocably loyal. Essential oils have many health benefits and they also contribute in adding to your beauty. And therefore, as a proof of my utmost affection for this beautiful gift of nature, today I will talk about essential oils in depth.
My most favorite oil that is mostly found on everyone’s list at the top is the Lavender oil. Its luring smell has everyone quite captivated. Lavender oil has a great effect on the hair growth. It is especially good for the skin and women in old times would use it as massage oil. It is natural antibacterial and therefore it has a very soothing and calming effect on skin that is already irritated. Lavender oil is your best bet when you want to restore your skin to its best.
- Helichrysum Essential Oil
This oil possesses a lot of healing properties, and it is especially known for curing the skin acne. It has a cleansing effect on the skin and it has antimicrobial, antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties. It is well known in the skincare industry that this oil has cleansing properties. If you have cystic acne, make sure you add it in your moisturizer. It has quite a herbaceous aroma that helps wake up both the mind and skin. You should use this oil in its diluted form.
Another one of my favorite essential oils is the lemongrass oil. It has quite a pungent and citrus aroma. It acts as in astringent that blocks the production of sebum. It also removes the toxins and debris from the skin. It is antiviral, antifungal and antibacterial. But you should also remember to dilute this oil before you use it. You should only use only 3 drops of it diluted with distilled water. You can make a facial mist out of it.
- Frankincense Essential Oil
It is a very less known and yet one of the most amazing oils that you can use to boost the health of your skin. It has been used to heal the scars since ancient times. It has sort of a balsamic and woodsy aroma.
This is one of the softest oils that you can use when it comes to the intensity of oils. Normally, all the other oils are too potent to be used on infants directly but you can use this oil to massage the infants, check it out. It has soothing properties for the skin. If you add it to some Shea butter and oil, you can make a great mix for skin.
This oil is especially good for the hair. It can even treat dandruff and hair lice. Research suggests that it has powerful antiseptic properties as well.
This oil can help with reducing skin inflammation to a great degree. And guess what? It is also a bug repellent so therefore it is also quite beneficial on summer nights as well.
Sara is a psychologist by profession, and she loves massage therapies. She enjoys home-based work and travelling. She is obsessed with massage chair therapies and other relaxing techniques. She regularly blogs at https://mymassagechairs.com/