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The Best Beauty Oils to Treat 4 Top Skin ConcernsSay hello to flawless skin!
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Beauty oils continue to be one of the more sought after skincare products on the market today, and many have become fanatics, swearing the potency of these beauty elixirs. Here's a list of the best natural oils that address your skin’s every concern. Scroll down and take a look.
Use: Tea tree oil
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If you’re fond of using tea tree oil to calm itchy mosquito bites, you’ll be happy to know that it’s also quite effective as a blemish spot treatment. Studies show that it’s just as effective as using benzoyl peroxide on acne.
For wrinkles and anti-aging
Use: Argan oil
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Sometimes known as Moroccan oil, argan is extracted from the kernels of the argan tree and is popularly used as an all-around beauty oil for the face, body, and hair. It’s a great source of fatty acids and vitamin E and is more stable in sunlight compared to other antioxidants, which makes it the perfect moisturizer to fight wrinkles and fine lines.
Use: Virgin olive oil
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As you may know, the kitchen pantry can be a good source for beauty remedies. Virgin olive oil can actually help nourish and hydrate dry and parched skin.
Use: Rose oil
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If you’re having trouble correcting dark marks on your face, consider mixing in a bit of rose oil in with your moisturizer. It’s rich in essential fatty acids, vitamin C, and vitamin A (the stuff retinol's made out of) that can help boost cell turnover.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
This article was originally appeared on Stylebible.ph.
*Minor edits have been made by the SmartParenting.com.ph editors.