There was once a time when “oil” was considered to be a dirty word within the skincare world. Face oils are just one of those things that make people nervous. A mere mention of the word and it’s easy to picture greasy T-zones and clogged pores. But when it really comes down to it, face oils have been used for centuries and the right facial oil can play a crucial role in your skincare routine. It can give your skin a youthful, dewy look, and will help maintain the necessary moisture for your skin to look plump. We’ve rounded up some of our favourite oils.
Donna Natural, Revive Facial Oil
This botanical revive oil has a blend of natural essential oils that all work together to restore a healthy glow to the skin. The inclusion of frankincense and coffee oil will help visibly reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles whilst leaving a dewy, illuminated complexion.
Braes, Regarde Moi Facial Oil
This facial oil rich in essential oils is specifically formulated to soften and smooth the skin, leaving you with a glowing complexion. The blend of argan, grapeseed, frankincense and lavender essential oils harness the power to bring dull skin back to a bright and youthful state.
Noon, Tea Tree Oil
Tea tree oil is usually associated as a spot and acne treatment, but using it all over the face can help prevent breakouts and soothe irritated skin. The antimicrobial properties work to fight off bacteria and the daily use of this oil will help reduce the appearance of scars and will smooth the skin.
Imtenan, Jojoba Oil
Jojoba oil is another one of those oils that work calm and soothe any redness or sensitivity in your skin. This lightweight oil also mimics our skin’s natural oil very closely meaning it absorbs quickly into the skin and won’t clog pores either.
Elixir, Coconut Oil
Coconut oil is the most saturated plant source of fat. This is ideal for those who have dull and extremely dehydrated skin. Out of all the oils, coconut oil will create a heavy barrier on your skin, ensuring that it’s left supple, smooth, and protected.
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