Oils are everywhere. Not only do they help us create delicious foods, but they also lubricate our vehicle’s engines. Humans also produce oils through our pores and hair follicles, which keeps your skin from drying out and looking great. So are there any natural oils that you can apply to your skin to help it look or function better? In today’s blog, the experts at Jon Somes will go over a few oils that you can use to help make your skin look absolutely amazing, as well as a few that will help moisturize and keep your skin feeling silky smooth. So without further adieu, let’s dive into the best oils to keep your skin looking great.
1 – Argan Oil
One of the trendiest oils lately, argan oil talks the talk and walks the walk. Taken from kernels found in the fruit of Moroccan argan trees, argan oil can benefit your skin in numerous ways. Containing high levels of vitamin E, omega-3s, and lots of antioxidants, this natural oil helps our skin make healthy cells. It also adds collagen and reduces inflammation, which helps skin look younger.
Use argan oil for:
Dry skin, getting rid of fine lines
2 – Avocado Oil
In today’s food world, the avocado reigns supreme. It’s versatility makes it capable of going with just about everything. You can also use it as a topping, turn it into a condiment, or eat it as a main course. But did you know that avocados can be used for more than just a nutritious snack? High in vitamin E and omega-3s, avocado oil aids in cell production and helps decrease inflammation. It contains so many healthy nutrients that it’s great for those that have dry, sensitive skin.
Use avocado oil for:
Sensitive skin, irritated skin, dry skin
3 – Coconut Oil
Another oil that’s taken off in recent years is coconut oil. If you have super sensitive and/or dry skin, then coconut oil is perfect for you. One of the most versatile oils on this list, coconut oil can be used in numerous applications, such as a basic lotion, hair moisturizer, and can even be used to help you make dinner. Containing a plethora of helpful vitamins, this oil has even been known to help reduce the effects of eczema. The best part about coconut oil is that you can pick up a container from just about any grocery store and get instant results.
Use coconut oil for:
Sensitive skin, dry skin, nearly everything
4 – Lavender Oil
Lavender is a beautiful flower that often blooms in prairies, meadows, and mountainous areas. Its purple petals help it stand out from other flowers that may bloom around it, and if that doesn’t set it apart, then the natural scent it gives off surely will. Lavender oil is amazing, as it can soothe irritated skin and is also a natural disinfectant. You can use it to soothe and heal sunburns in its natural form and can also use it to clean your counters. And for those that suffer from acne, lavender oil can help make your skin clear again.
Use lavender oil for:
Irritated skin, acne, general skin irritation
We hope you’ve found this blog to be helpful. Check out Jon Somes natural facial products, hair care products, or learn more about Jon Somes. Contact us to learn more about our company, and be sure to stay tuned next week for part two of this blog series.