Natural Oils to Improve your Skin

There are some amazing, natural oils out there for your skin. Some like acai oil provide anti-aging benefits while ones like coconut oil are great for moisturizing. Carrot seed oil helps with cell regeneration, and can assist with fading scars and improving skin tone. This infographic below from Glamour Magazine explains the benefits of some natural oils and the effects they can have on your skin.
Some other important skincare oils not mentioned include frankincense, lavender, lemon, and patchouli.
Frankincense is a natural toner, and can help reduce wrinkles. This oil is great for those with acne-prone skin, as it has anti-inflammatory and antibacterial benefits. It also protects existing cells, and encourages new cell growth which can tighten skin and reduce scars. Frankincense can also soothe dry, chapped skin.
Lavender oil is able to regenerate skin cells. This makes it great for aging skin, sun spots, and scars. It can help lighten the appearance of age spots and scars.
Lemon oil is a natural skin toner. It is also useful for those with acne-prone skin as it has antibacterial properties. As it helps tone the skin, it can also reduce the appearance of pores.
Patchouli not only has a great smell, it’s oil is very useful for aging skin. It is another oil that has natural properties that enhance new cell growth. This growth can help smooth fine lines and wrinkles on your skin. As for those with skin conditions like acne, eczema, and, psoriasis, this oil is very beneficial. The antibacterial, antifungal, and antiseptic properties can aid skin types with these conditions.
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