How to use the essential oils for dry skin
How to use the essential oils for dry skin

I have never had perfect skin before. I began to take good care of my skin look back when I was a teenager. Generally, I think everyone begins to care about their appearance during that time because at that age a lot of sensitive things such as first sympathy, kiss, and love happen to us at this time. So, how can you be the most attractive person for your lover? No doubt, you must be the most beautiful girl at school. Many jars of cream, scrubs, and other cosmetics appeared on my shelf in my bathroom at that time.

Essential Oils For Dry Skin
Essential Oils For Dry Skin

I’m grateful that I have never had so many pimples on my skin, pimples usually make you look sickly and unattractive. But there is one problem which I have fought for a long time – dry skin.

I live in a cold arid climate, one of the main reasons why my skin suffers from a lack of moisture. Every day I have to use different kinds of moisturizer cream to get rid of itching sensations and peeling skin. I have been looking for my perfect healing remedy for a very long time. I bought a lot of cosmetic creams of famous brands and used all of them. Of course, I got results, my skin became soft and looked healthy. But the effect of cosmetics disappeared after some time, and I got my dry and peeling the skin back. Why does it happen? Why don’t popular praised creams work? The answer is very simple. Our bodies are susceptible to get a habit of various kinds of chemicals. Have you ever noticed that your favorite nasal drops or some pills stop to affect you? The same thing happens with creams and other cosmetics which we use every day.

Nevertheless, I found the perfect solution to my problem. No, I did not visit a dermatologist. No, I did not have beauty treatment for dry skin. I just started to use natural skincare products. Once, I ran into shelves with a large number of small bottles of essential oils at the pharmacy. It was a gift for me.

Essential Oils for Dry Skin
Essential Oils for Skin: How to Choose for Every Skin Type

Essential oils are unique substances, which have been used for thousands of years in various cultures for medicinal and health purposes. It is possible to use it for aromatherapy, personal beauty care, and natural medicine treatments. Essential oil is distilled from steam or water from the leaves, stems, flowers, bark, roots, or other elements of a plant. Essential oils are not oily in spite of using the word “oil.”

There are a lot of different kinds of essential oils, which have healing powers. The essential oil that you choose will depend on your purpose. You can use it to care for your hair and skin, to treat burns and wounds and so on. As you have already understood, I like to use essential oils for dry skincare. You can also check an article on dry skin here.

Natural Oils For Dry Skin
Natural Oils For Dry Skin

Which essential oils help me forget about dry and itching skin?

There is a wide range of essential oils, which you can choose for skincare. However, you should remember that the best ones for dry skin contain monoterpenes and esters. These components tend to be kinder to the skin, so oils high in those constituents are often excellent choices. I will tell you about a few of my favorite oils, which are an integral part of my care.

1.Geranium oil

It is used for promoting beautiful and radiant skin. Geranium oil reduces inflammation, helps smoothen and tone skin. The oil is non-toxic, non-irritant and generally non-sensitizing. It has the therapeutic properties of include being antiseptic and wound-healing.[1]

2.Lavender oil

The oil is a must-have in every home. This popular essential oil soothes and nourishes dry and itching skin. Lavender oil benefits your body in the healing burns and wounds, restoring skin complexion, slowing aging with powerful antioxidants.[2]

3.Jojoba oil

Jojoba oil is one of the best skin moisturizers. Being a waxy substance, the oil can seal in the moisture and create an effective barrier. It is so structurally close to the secretion of the sebaceous glands in the skin that it is readily accepted and tolerated. Jojoba oil contains vitamin E, and also has anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties, which is necessary for cure dry skin.[3]

4.Sandalwood oil

It is an excellent remedy for promoting hydration and moisture. The therapeutic properties of sandalwood oil are antiphlogistic, antiseptic, emollient, sedative and tonic. It is considered a non-toxic, non-irritant and non-sensitizing oil.[4]

5. Palmarosa oil

Palmarosa oil helps treat dry skin, eczema, and psoriasis[5] Palmarosa is a type of tropical grass native to India and is known for its rich supply of volatile oils. The oil is well-known for its hydrating properties and can assist in preventing inflammation and quelling dehydration. It also balances the sebum or oil production of your skin, aids in the healing of cuts and bruises, and helps remedy acne breakout.

6. Rose essential oil

The oil contains several therapeutic compounds to promote healing, especially antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory compounds. As a result, rose essential oil helps refine skin texture and tone.[6]

These 6 essential oils become my dry skin rescuers. I have been using the oils for 2 years, now I do not have any wish to change my best remedies or to seek another.

How to use the essential oils for dry skin?

There are many ways to use it, and you can find your favorite one. Remember that you should mix oil with salts or with an emulsifier such as milk or coconut oil. Aromatic bath salts disperse the oils safely into the water, while milk and sesame oil emulsify the essential oil so it is dispersed. Without salts or an emulsifier drops of essential oils will float on the water and then stay directly on the skin. Combining the oils with warm water might be the cause of skin irritation, especially if the oils are a heating nature.

I decided for myself never to use chemicals again. My experience reassures me that humans can get everything, what they need to be healthy, from nature. Since I started to learn natural skincare procedures. I have come to a candid conclusion that it is possible to save our beauty to use only natural remedies. We just should find our perfect natural treatment for each beauty problem.

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