Natural Skincare: 6 Great Oils for Rejuvenating Tired Skin #AD

Tuesday 9 June 2020

Taking care of our skin is essential for it to remain fresh, clear, and young for as long as possible. There are many skin products available to us. Trying to find the right products to rejuvenate tired skin can be overwhelming due to the sheer volume of choice out there. Understanding your skin type will help condense down the options to products that would work well for you. One product you should consider using is skin oil. Many people get worried about trying skin oils, as they think it will lead to breakouts and that they are unnecessary. However, skin oils could actually reduce the number of skin products you use and your skin will look and feel better, which will lessen your need for makeup. If you are interested in using skin oils, then here are 6 great oils for rejuvenating tired skin. 

Squalane Oil

Squalane oil is derived from olives. This product helps to restore the skin’s natural moisture barrier and refine its texture. The nutrients within the oil help to boost elasticity and diminish discolorations, making your skin look fresher and rejuvenated in return. To get the most out of this product, be sure to use a pure Squalane oil, as this will be gentle on your skin and most effective. 

Marula Oil

The South African Marula fruit is where Marula oil comes from. Marula oil contains a high amount of Vitamin C, which means it is packed full of antioxidants. These can help fight free radicals that cause harm to our skin and trigger the visible signs of aging. This product is particularly good for people who are interested in fighting the signs of aging, like discoloration, fine lines, sun damage and spots. 

Coconut Oil

If you buy beauty products for your hair or skin, then you will be familiar with coconut oil. This oil is rich in fatty acids, which have antibacterial and antimicrobial properties. Coconut oil makes your skin feel instantly soft when applied directly to it and it can prevent your skin from losing any moisture. Keeping your skin well moisturized is key for maintaining a healthy and fresh appearance. 

Jojoba Oil

Technically jojoba oil is a wax ester, but its molecular consistency is similar to that of sebum, which is the oil that is produced from your skin. This can trick your skin into thinking it is oilier than it is, which reduces excess oil production. Excess oil production can lead to blemishes and unhealthy-looking skin. Jojoba oil retains its nourishing properties for a longer amount of time compared to other oils. 

Maracuja Oil

Not many people are familiar with maracuja oil, but it is a great product that people should be aware of. This oil comes from the passionflower plant or the seed of the passion fruit. It is lightweight and non-greasy, making it suitable for all skin types. It absorbs quickly and is a brilliant moisturizer. This oil naturally fights against stress, anxiety, and insomnia, which can have damaging effects on our skin

Grape-Seed Oil

Grape-seed oil is extracted from the grape plant. The seeds are rich in vitamin C and antioxidants, which end up in the oil, making it a great product for fighting against acne. When this product is applied to your skin on a daily basis, after a few weeks, you will notice a reduced appearance of dark circles underneath the eyes, which will make you look fresh-faced and healthy.

Skin oils are extremely effective and versatile. They may confuse your skin and increase blemishes to start off with, but over time, once your skin has settled, you will see that using skin oils was the best decision you ever made.

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