Anything natural are extremely beneficial to our skin and natural oils are no exemption although some oils may irritate the skin which is why we advise that before applying the oil to your entire body do a patch test on the inside of your elbow or you can dilute the oil with other beauty products.
The truth is that all natural oil have different results on people’s skin, what may work for one person’s skin may not work for the other person’s skin type which is why you have to find which oil can fit into your beauty regime.
Before applying any type of natural oil to the skin, it is advisable to receive a recommendation from your beautician or dermatologist.
Below are some natural oils that are beneficial to the skin, adding the right oil into your skin regime will make your skin definitely pop.
Grapeseed Oil: Grapeseed oil has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. This oil contains vitamin E and l fatty acids. Grapeseed oil has light texture so it can be applied to the face. Although, grapeseed oil is less common it is a great natural oil to consider for skin care.
Olive Oil: Olive oil contains vitamins A, D, E, and K which provides nutrients for the skin. Olive oil is a good option for an all-body application. Olive oil helps to give your skin a good glow.
Sunflower Seed Oil: Sunflower seed oil contains vitamin E and absorbs easily into the skin. Sunflower seed oil is a good natural moisturizer has it is absorbed easily into the skin, it helps to prevent dryness of the skin.
Almond Oil: Almond oil contains nutrients like vitamin E, proteins, zinc and potassium. This oil generally as a lighter texture which makes it a good option to apply on the face but if you are prone to skin allergies make sure you dilute this oil before use.
Coconut Oil: Coconut oil is easily absorbed into the skin and it contains vitamins E and K and antibacterial properties. Coconut oil is a great option for the skin, although it is not advisable to apply it on the face especially when you have an oily skin type because it may cause breakouts on the face.