Everything You Need to Know About Using Beauty Oils

Everything You Need to Know About Using Beauty Oils

When you head to the beauty section of your local department store, you will find a variety of treatments, creams, and oils. These products are intended to hydrate your skin, remove wrinkles, and provide other beautifying effects, yet they do not always offer the results that they promise.

It can be quite frustrating to spend a large sum of money on expensive beauty oils, only to find that they are not able to provide the results you want. Part of the problem is that many people do not understand how beauty oils work and which oils are best for dealing with specific skin problems.

Instead of wasting money on products or oils that may not work as you plan, learn how to choose beauty oils and how to mix them for maximum results. Here are some tips that should cover everything that you need to know about using beauty oils.

Creating Your Own Beauty Treatment

Beauty Oils create oils

By mixing different beauty oils, you can create your own treatment. Almost every treatment will include a base oil. These base oils have hydrating properties that will form the base of your beauty oil treatment. After selecting a base oil, you can add oils to target specific issues, such as dry skin or redness. The final ingredient is often an essential oil that contains a pleasant fragrance and additional health benefits.


image description Base Beauty Oils

Start with the base oils. These will be the main ingredient in your beauty treatments. Learn more about the benefits of each oil and how they can help slow down the signs of aging or correct skin problems.




Argan oil and fruits
 Argan Oil

Argan oil is full of vitamin E and essential fatty acids. These compounds can help to moisturize your skin, hair, and nails. It has a naturally nutty fragrance that will work well with just about any hair recipe.

Avocado Oil
 Avocado Oil

Avocado oil also contains omega-3 fatty acids, along with powerful antioxidants. It is a commonly used base oil with amazing properties that will benefit your skin and hair.

Coconut oil, essential oil, organic cosmetic
 Coconut Oil

Coconut oil is one of the most beneficial oils that you could use in beauty treatments, whether you are using a hair, skin, or nail treatment. It includes protein, vitamin E, and essential fatty acids. Your skin can easily absorb these nutrients, helping to moisturize and hydrate your skin. Coconut oil is a solid, but it can quickly be melted for use in various beauty treatments.

grape seed oil
 Grape Seed Oil

Grape seed oil is perfect for dealing with acne. It contains astringent properties that can help cleanse your skin, preventing acne and treating minor skin irritation. It also contains linoleic acid, which has anti-inflammatory properties.

Jojoba (Simmondsia chinensis) leaves, seeds and oil
 Jojoba Oil

Jojoba oil is very similar to the natural sebum oil found in your scalp. Using jojoba oil can help you deal with dry or oily skin. By helping to regulate the production of natural oil, jojoba oil is the perfect treatment for those that are dealing with either dry or oily skin or hair.

Oil and olives
 Olive Oil

Olive oil is packed with antioxidants. These antioxidants can help with dry skin and even help treat eczema. The inclusion of vitamins A and E found in olive oil can also help slow down the signs of aging.

Sesame Oil
 Sesame Seed Oil

Sesame seed oil has antibacterial and antifungal properties. You can use to deal with dandruff, by killing bacteria and yeast that is responsible for the dandruff. It can also be used to treat fungal infections, including nail fungus. Some people use sesame seed oil to treat skin irritation, such as sunburn or windburn. 

Treatment Oils

beauty oil treatment

After choosing your base oil, you need to choose a treatment oil. Choose the right treatment oil will allow you to target specific conditions. Look over these oils and choose the one that can help you with your skin, hair, or nail problems.


Aloe plant
 Aloe Vera

Aloe Vera is commonly used as a gel, but you can also find an oil extract. This oil can be used to treat skin irritation, such as eczema and psoriasis. It can also be used as a dandruff remedy.

Close up of Arnica Flower

Arnica can promote blood circulation, reducing swelling or bruising. It is also a natural relaxant. This makes arnica a useful oil for relieving sore muscles or for dealing with minor aches and pains.

beauty oils carrot
 Carrot Seed

The beta-carotene found in carrot seed oil can stimulate the growth of cells and also detox your skin. You can also use carrot seed oil as a natural protection against the sun, using it as a sunscreen to block UV rays.

 Castor Oil

Castor oil has been used for centuries to promote healthier hair. It helps to seal in moisture, which is beneficial for people with thick hair. It also promotes healthier hair follicles, making it a great ingredient to include in a hair wash.

Evening primrose bath
 Evening Primrose

If you have eczema, there is a good chance that your doctor has recommended that you use evening primrose to help moisturize your skin. This oil contains essential fatty acids that can soothe your skin and prevent inflammation.

Rose hips
 Rose Hip

Rose hip contains vitamin C and lycopene. This combination of nutrients can help to rejuvenate your skin and helps to maintain elasticity. When your skin begins to lose elasticity, you may experience sagging skin, additional wrinkles, and stretch marks.

beauty oils tea tree
 Tea Tree Oil

Tea tree oil has many different uses; though, the primary benefit is that it can kill bacteria and fungus. Use tea tree oil to deal with nail fungus, acne, dandruff, lice, and even insect bites.


Essential Oils

essential oils and medical flowers herbs

The final part of your beauty oil treatment is to select an essential oil for added fragrance and possibly some additional health benefits. There are dozens of essential oils to choose from, include calendula. Calendula oil contains anti-inflammatory properties that can reduce swelling and redness, while helping to prevent acne.

Other essential oils include chamomile, eucalyptus, geranium, and jasmine. Each of these essential oils contains pleasant fragrances, along with additional health benefits, to round out your beauty oil treatment.

Essentially, most treatments will contain three primary oils – the base, the treatment, and the fragrance. If you remember this formula, you will be better off than the majority of the public, when it comes to choosing and using beauty oils.

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