4 Tips for Choosing an Organic Oil for Your Skin Type

There are different kinds of organic facial oils that you can use for different skin types. Choose organic oils with astringent properties if you have oily skin, and use organic oils with nourishing qualities for normal skin. Opt for a combination of organic oils with moisturizing effects if you have dry skin, and go for organic oils with nourishing effects and antioxidants if you have aging skin.

Organic oils are proving to be as effective as commercialized skincare products. Organic oils are extracted from different fruits and nuts that have been grown naturally and without the intervention of pesticides and other harsh chemicals that may potentially cause allergic reactions. From organic argan oil to coconut oil, different kinds of oils have natural properties that have their own beautifying and nourishing effects on the skin. You can actually use organic oils and other natural ingredients to make your own skincare treatment for your face. The essential thing is that you know your skin type, your specific skincare needs, and what type of organic oil will best address those needs. Here are some tips to help you decide what organic oil is suitable for different skin types:

Organic oils with astringent properties for oily skin

If you have oily skin that is prone to acne breakouts, you should choose oils that have astringent and non-comedogenic qualities. This type of organic oil will hydrate your skin while keeping it from producing too much oil. Grapeseed, hazelnut and fractionated coconut oils are non-comedogenic in nature, which means they will not clog your pores and will reduce the risk of acne breakouts. Jojoba oil is also a good choice for controlling the skin’s sebum production. You can also mix the essential oils of cedar wood, cypress, lavender, basil, rosemary and eucalyptus into your choice of base oil in order to tone your skin.

Organic oils with nourishing qualities for normal skin

If you have normal skin, you can choose oils that are gentle, light, and do not contain astringent properties that may dry your skin. Organic oils from camellia, macadamia nut, rose hip and jojoba are great choices. You can choose one these oils as a base oil and mix it with the essential oils of geranium, rose, lavender and neroli to help clear and tone your skin.

A combination of organic oils that have moisturizing effects for dry skin

For dry skin, you can choose a combination of rich oils with moisturizing effects. Organic oils from sweet almond, avocado, rose hip and macadamia nuts are some of the options you can choose to help seal in moisture and enhance the natural oils of your skin. You can also add a few drops of atlas, cedar, chamomile, palmarosa, vetiver, neroli and cypress essential oils to your choice of base oil to help soothe dry and irritated skin and improve skin tone.

Organic oils with nourishing effects and antioxidants for aging skin

If you have aging and mature skin, you can restore the radiance and youthfulness of your face by using a combination of camellia, macadamia, fractionated coconut, argan oils and evening primrose. These natural oils are known for their nourishing effects on the skin and contain a good amount of antioxidants that help fight off free radicals and prevent sun damage. The anti-aging effects of these oils can be complemented by adding drops of geranium, rose, neroli, clary sage and fennel to the base oil.

The different types of organic oils is proof that skincare does not have to be generic and come in a bottle.

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