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Oil Benefits 

Carrot Oil

Carrot Oil lightens the dark spots to heal the scars. You should use carrot seed oil for skin lightening. Carrot Oil is used to protect the skin from ultraviolet rays and has strong antiaging properties due to its rich content of vitamins A, C, and E. If you are looking for an oil to brighten and tone the skin, using carrot oil for the face can boost dull, lacklustre skin to radiant and glowing.

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Black Seed Oil

Black Seed Oil may be beneficial for people with eczema, acne and psoriasis. Black Seed Oil also hydrates the hair, soften skin and acts as moisturizer.

Rice Bran Oil

Rice Bran Oil has the potential to promote hydration, reduce pigmentation, even out skin tones, and diminish the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. These skin benefits of rice bran oil are largely attributed to the high level of vitamin E, vitamin B, omega-9, a rich array of fatty acids. Rice Bran effectively reduces signs of aging while soothing, hydrating, and protecting the skin.

Avocado Oil

Avocado Oil contains a high percentage of vitamin E, as well potassium, lecithin, and many other nutrients which can nourish and moisturize your skin. The antioxidants and anti-inflammatory agents in avocado oil helps your skin stay smooth, strong, and elastic. You can use it to calm itchy skin, heal chapped skin, replenish dry skin, hydrate and moisturize skin, shield skin from ultraviolet radiation and protects against skin damage.

Aloe Vera Oil

Aloe Vera is a cactus-like plant that grows in desert regions around the world. The aloe of the plant produce a gel that is rich in vitamin A, C, E and B12. Its an anti-inflammatory properties can reduce pain, swelling and soreness of wounds or injuries. It has an antioxidant effect that can help repair sun damage and slow down the aging process of the skin. It contains 98% water, which helps moisturize, soothe, and hydrate the skin. Aloe Vera can also be used to help with acne, eczema, and rosacea.

Chamomile Oil

Comprising powerful anti- inflammatory and calming properties, Chamomile Oil is a wonder ingredient to help soothe your complexion. Whether it's rosacea, irritation, acne or any other skin concerns. Chamomile Oil is a great natural remedy to calm your skin. It also won't clog your pores.

Sea Buckthorn Oil

Sea Buckthorn Oil promote skin hydration, elasticity, cell regeneration, and even helps treat and prevent acne. Sea Buckthorn Oil has anti-inflammatory properties that help reduce swelling and redness associated with many skin conditions, including eczema, psoriasis and rosacea. It is very rich in various vitamins, minerals and beneficial plant compounds. It is naturally full of antioxidants which helps protect your body against aging. It also prevent skin dryness.

Rosehip Oil

The secret to using rosehip oil is that a little goes a long way. If you're left with an oily residue on your skin, you're probably using to much. It does not clog pores and should only be applied in small amounts. It contains Omega 3 and 6 essential fatty acids that our body does not produce but is necessary for healthy skin, this means applying Rosehip oil on your skin can help balance oil production.

Sunflower Oil

Sunflower oil is non-comedogenic carrier oil which is highly absorbent, and won't clog pores. It's non-irritating for most people, and can be used on all skin types, including oily skin, dry skin and acne-prone. It also is good for sensitive skin.

Sweet Almond Oil

Sweet Almond Oil is more than soothing dry skin, almond oil can improve complexion and skin tone. It's highly emollient, which means it helps to balance the absorption of moisture and water loss, because it is antibacterial and full of vitamin A, almond oil can be used to treat acne. It is also great moisturizer and is often used as a hydrating base in skin=care products because it's not too heavy and absorbs nicely.

Grapeseed Oil

Grapeseed Oil helps the vitamin E and vitamin C in your skin to be more efficient and effective at preserving your skin. Thanks to it's vitamin E and linoleic acid content, grapeseed oil lightens skin discolorations like acne scars and sunspots. It can help speed up the healing process. Grapeseed oil blends easily into all skin types to moisturize the face or body without clogging pores or causing breakouts. It can aid in repairing blemishes and minor wounds and soothe sunburn and dermatitis. It can even remove eye makeup and lighten dark under-eye circles.

Vegetable Glycerin

Vegetable Glycerin may lead to better skin health by helping soothe skin irritation, protect against infection and promote wound healing. Vegetable Glycerin does not darken your skin. It is hypoallergenic and does not clog your pores, so acne sufferers can use it without worrying that it will make their acne worse. It has antibacterial properties and can actually help prevent breakouts by keeping pores free of bacteria.

Argan Oil

Argan Oil is mostly used as a moisturizer for skin and hair because it is full of fatty acids, mainly oleic acid and linoleic acid. It protects from sun damage, and treats a number of skin conditions, for example Rosacea and Psoriasis. It helps treat acne , heals skin infection, improves wound healing, and reduces skin oiliness.

Pumpkin Seed Oil

Pumpkin Seed Oil improves skin tone. It is rich in vitamin A, C and E, all of which promote healthy skin cells. Vitamin C brightens and lightens skin while vitamin A prevents dryness and Vitamin E nourishes the skin cells, aiding in their proper functioning. It is considered a good oil to use for acne prone skin.

Lemon Oil

When diluted and applied topically, lemon essential oil can kill bacteria that may get trapped in pores and cause breakouts. It can also clarify your skin with antioxidants and vitamin C, gently exfoliating dead skin cells that so often become trapped in hair follicle and pores.

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