Top 5 Moisturising Essential oils for Dry Skin
The day to day grind can be hard on skin hair and now, what with all the hand washing. Hands are now becoming a regular feature in many skin care routines. And with Winter now setting in, it’s all hands to the pump to protect ourselves and the people around us.
The cold dry winter air can leave our skin feeling dry and chapped. This means it’s important to introduce natural oils that feel the skin. But that also don’t cause a greasy buildup which can cause breakouts.
Feeding your skin with Essential oils is a great way to support your bodies natural first line of defence. But of course if you are showing more severe symptoms you should approach your medical professional.
The Essential oils in this bundle are used in alternative medicine for moisturising your hair in particular. But These essential oils can add a level of radiance to your skin care routine as well! As the old saying goes “Prevention is better than the cure” You can be sure to prevent dry skin problems with these top 5 Moisturising oils
Geranium essential oils was first used over 2000 years ago. The Ancient Egyptians were using this oil to promote soft, radiant complexions, as well as using this sweet smelling oil to increase mood and lift energies.
Geranium is used in cosmetics products for its ability to cleanse dead skin cells from the skin as well as rejuvenating the skin by promoting new skin growth. Using Geranium oils is incredibly common in Cosmetics, Holistic therapy as well as Aromatherapy.
This Luxurious oil is a must have for any essential oils collection, if only for it’s relaxing sweet smell that instantly lifts your mood and melts troubles away.
Sandalwood Essential oil brings a huge range of benefits to your cosmetics routine. Less is more with this luxurious oil, Simply adding a few drops to your Home Made Shampoos Will unlock the Shiny hair that comes with strong and healthy roots.
Sandalwood is well known for it’s moisturising benefits, and can be used in your skin care routines to promote a radiant skin synonymous with health. By feeding your skin with healthy oils and vitamins, you can unlock your inner beauty. Let who you are at heart shine through your well nourished skin.
Ah rosemary, one of the most well known fragrances on this list. Used for generations in cooking, massage, sleep aids and so much more.
We have been using Rosemary around the home for hundreds of years and now you can introduce it to your skincare routine, with this highly concentrated Rosemary oil.
Rosemary can be added to an oil burner with a combination of oils, to add a warming relaxed feeling throughout your home. Filling your home with rosemary can boost the energy of a room. But did you know it has purposes in your hygiene routines as well?
By Introducing Rosemary in any form to your bath to soak in. Creates an experience leaving you feeling relaxed and ready for a night on the settee with a film.
Meanwhile your skin is feeling soft and silky to the touch. You never know film night might turn into Netflix and Chill if you come out the bath smelling of this wonderful oil!
Thyme oil has long been celebrated for it’s antiseptic properties/. This moisturising essential can be used to help with adding much needed moisture to eczema, preventing the skin from becoming raw to the touch.
Thyme oil has also shown promise in helping stimulate hair growth, however it is an extremely strong oil, and you must put no less than 2 drops of this potent oil in a tablespoon of carrier oil. Which can then be massaged into the scalp to stimulate hair growth
Another Firm favourite in many homes, Lavender is often seen growing in a growing number of kitchens and gardens across the UK.
This hardy bush grows to become a large size very quickly when provided the necessary conditions. Allowing you to easily have access to your own Lavender for cooking and other purposes.
Lavender has been used to stimulate hair growth in a variety of situations. And it is well known to stimulate blood flow to hair follicles, which increases the health and thickness of hair. A large number of people use Lavender oil on a daily basis.
They do so because of the belief that the antiseptic properties of this oil helps stimulate hair growth. By feeding your hair this nourishing oil you are protecting your hair during the winter months.
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Essential oils don’t replace scientific medicine. Instead they can be used to compliment a healthy lifestyle. Essential oils have been used by therapeutic practitioners for centuries and using essential oils at high doses can cause adverse effects.
Many people simply use essential oils for their naturally entrancing aromas, introducing a whole new sensory experience to your bath or shower routines. Fill the bathroom with the smells you love by making your own Bath Products.
Herbal Living UK recommends using essential oil blends of less than 1%. Unless you are guided by a professional and use caution when using any essential oils in a burner. Especially when planning on operating heavy machinery. This is because a wide range of oils can cause deep relaxation which will alter your perceptions and reaction times.
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