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The best natural body oils

Like the hair, the skin care requires consistent care. Otherwise, without a long-term care the skin loses its softness and therefore you lose one of the biggest advantages you have as a woman. No need to waste money on luxury beauty treatments because all you need are some natural oils that will hydrate the skin and restores its radiance.
Here are the best body oils!

Argan oil
This is one of the most used body oils and surely you’ve heard of it often being used in treatments for the face, body and even hair. Its secret is that it is rich in vitamin E and has the gift of a cleaning the skin with scars left by acne. In addition, if you have spots on your body, you can use argan oil to reduce their unsightly appearance.

Argan Oil

Coconut oil
Although you can use in cooking, coconut oil can become your friend in the beauty department. It can be used to heal sunburned skin, and if your  lips are  chapped and dry in winter, coconut oil works wonders. To take full advantage of its effects, seek virgin products, cold pressed, which are richer in nutrients than those thermally processed.

Coconut oil

Jojoba oil
How many times have you bought cosmetics that contain this miracle ingredient? Jojoba oil comes from an exotic plant and can moisturize and heal skin irritations. It is mainly used by people who have dry skin and an older age because it is known that, in their case, wrinkles appear much earlier due to lack of skin elasticity.

Jojoba oil

Marula oil
Although it is relatively new in our market, women in Kenya are using marula oil to nourish the skin. It is full of fatty acids and has a repelling effect of free radicals, protecting the skin against the negative action UV rays.

Marula oil

Sesame oil
Many people make the mistake of not sufficiently moisturize their skin because they have a greasy skin. The right thing to do is to use products that will make their skin dry. One such product is sesame oil that can be used with confidence by people with oily skin without blocking the pores. In addition, it was discovered that it can protect you from the UV rays.

Sesame oil

Grape seed oil
This is one of the oils used in aromatherapy because it is easily absorbed by the skin and has a distinct odor. It must not be used, however, by the people with dry skin, irritated or wrinkled, because, like sesame oil has a dehydrating effect.

Grape seed oil

Almond oil
You already know the benefits of almonds to the body when consumed in moderation. Almond oil is full of protein, vitamins E and B, and essential minerals and healthy fats. Used in topical treatments, it protects the skin from UV rays, makes finer scars heal depths and reduce irritation caused by eczema.

Almond oil 

Tamanu oil
Probably you have not heard of his body oil , but it is one of the most effective in the treatment of various dermatological conditions (burns, irritations, rashes, eczema, etc.). Tamanu is a tree in Madagascar and the oil is obtained by pressing the seeds. Full of antioxidants, antimicrobial properties, it can even combat acne, a problem that is very difficult.

Tamanu oil 

Nigella oil
This body oil is obtained from a popular condiment in Asian countries: black cumin. Like other products before, is full of healthy fats that nourish the skin and helps to heal. Can be applied to affected skin if you have mycosis and acne, and its effects are seen shortly.

Nigella oil

 

There are so many body oils that you can try to restore your skin youthfulness and radiance, that it is a shame not to resort to natural methods.

 

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