Do you have sensitive, oily, or mature skin? Discover which essential oils you should introduce into your skin care routine.
Essential oils blend perfectly with beauty oils because they are fat-soluble. You can easily add them to serums, liquids, or balms, or simply blend them with beauty oils to strengthen their action.
To get the most out of your essential oil skincare treatment, it’s important to follow all precautions and dosage directions. Essential oils can be combined to create an ideal skincare routine.
For facial care, add about 2% of essential oils to your blend of beauty oils: about 15 to 20 total drops of essential oils for a 30 ml bottle. For body care, use up to 5% of essential oils: about 25-75 drops for a 50 ml liquid or balm.
The best essential oils according to skin type
- Oily: Labrador Tea
- Dry: Hyssop
- Sensitive: Neroli 100%, Hyssop
- Mature: Myrtle-Green, Cistus, Celery, Cedar-White, Neroli 100%
- Defatted: Angelica-Root, Cistus, Myrtle-Green
- Scars: Spike Lavender, Cedarwood-Atlas, Immortelle (Everlasting), Myrrh
- Sunburn: Spike Lavender, Carrot
- Rosacea: Immortelle (Everlasting)
- Eczema: Patchouli, Carrot, Spike Lavender, Juniper Berry
- Aging skin: Labrador Tea, Turmeric, Celery
- Aging spots: Carrot, Celery
- Acne: Palmarosa, Chamomile-German, Tea Tree, Patchouli, Carrot, Lime, Juniper Berry, Myrrh
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