When it comes to face oils, blends are better than individual oils and not just any blends, there is a world of difference between a basic blend curated at home and a sophisticated well balanced one. You could of course copy a recipe and mix up the various component oils by yourself, but first do your math it might not be as cost effective as you would like it to be.
If like me you’re not much of a DIY person, you might want to try one of these.
Clarins blue orchid face treatment oil
This leaves your skin so soft and hydrated, once you’re hooked you won’t bear to be without it.
This best-selling face oil contains extracts of Rosewood, Patchouli and Blue Orchid. Added Hazelnut Oil helps prevent moisture loss and the formation of fine lines Suitable for dry or combination skin.
It has a pleasant smell but as someone who suffers from migraines I should mention that the scent is somewhat of a migraine trigger, but there’s hardly anything to worry about if you use during the day when headed outdoors, the smell will dissipate fast enough.
Looking for a product to prevent signs of aging? If this is your first foray into anti-aging skincare, rosehip oil is perfect for you, it naturally has vitamin A.
The number one anti-aging ingredient right now is retinol, a vitamin A derivative.
Other than vitamin A, rosehip oil contains vitamin E, vitamin C and vitamin D which are all antioxidants that help fight free radicals.
When you have rosacea it’s important to treat your skin gently. Avoid potential irritants such as alcohol, retinol, AHAs and preservatives. Avoid hot showers too as they can increase skin flushing. Not everything works for everyone but additionally I would recommend this balance me rose otto face oil, it contains essential fatty acids that ease the redness and help to rehydrate and calm your skin.
When dealing with dark spots or hyperpigmentation, almost everybody now knows the important role played by skin resurfacing, AHAs come highly recommended for this purpose.
There’s a multitude of reasons why some can’t use AHAs one of which is the resultant dryness that comes with using acid toners, if you’re worried about dryness but still want to treat your hyperpigmentation, how about citrus oils?
Don’t make the mistake of using them straight, they are always better diluted (as most other essential oils). I’ve included some links of facial oil blends that have citrus oils in them, personally I use luron stimulating massage oil.
One thing you want to remember is to always skip your acid toner when using citrus oils, don’t worry about exfoliation, citrus oils will do that as well.
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