Essential oils for clear and healthy skin complexion

Essential oils for clear and healthy skin complexion

Essential oils are a plant’s essence – its flavor and scent – extracted from herbs, flowers, fruits or any other plant. Technically, essential oils are not oils at all as they lack fatty acids. They’re actually highly concentrated plant components that have a healing effect physically and emotionally.

These ‘oils’ have been used for millennia in many cultures, be it as a remedy for different health problems, for hair, aromatherapy, and even for spiritual rituals.

But you know what else you can also use essential oils for?! For skin. Yup, essential oils for skin. Most of our skin care products are loaded with toxic chemicals and cost a fortune, while essential oils are free of chemicals and all natural which makes them a top choice when it comes to skin care. Your skincare routine is incomplete without a few drops of essential oil.

While all essential oils are rather effective, it all comes down to choosing one that works best for your skin.

Let’s explore 5 essential oils for clear and healthy skin complexion:

1. Tea tree oil
2. Lavender oil
3. Geranium oil
4. Rosemary oil
5. Lemon oil

Essential oils are rather effective as long as you follow the safety guidelines. When misused, they can be harmful. Always dilute the oils before use or before adding them to the bath. Remember that some essential oils can cause irritation, allergies, and sensitization on some people.
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