Skin Care Basics | Rosehip Oil

I don’t know about any of you but when I hear the term rosehip oil, I think of a luxurious skincare product that is tinted pink and can solve all of my problems.

Now it might not take all of your problems away but it is a gorgeous skincare product that is sure to please most, if not all of you, with its wonderful skincare benefits and natural, pink glow.

Scars | Rosehip oil is most widely know for its abilities at treating scars since it is rich in anti-inflammatory properties and vitamins C and A.

It helps your skin to heal damaged areas as well as boost collagen reproduction and fade any discoloration from scarring.

The fatty acids that it naturally contains also helps to improve skin elasticity which helps unsightly scars to become less noticeable and smoother.

Anti-AgingRosehip oil is also anti-aging for many of the reasons that I have already stated above.

It boosts collagen production which helps more mature skin to regain its elasticity and firmness which in turn helps to prevent and repair wrinkles and skin sagging.

Rosehip oil is also very toning which helps to fight against uneven skin tone and age spots.

Protecting | This oil is good for many things as well as helping to protect our skin.

It contains antioxidants such as beta-carotene and lycopene which help to protect against premature aging.

The antioxidants also act as an ultra violet protector for skin as it helps to prevent and repair the damage to skin from UV rays.

It has the ability to decrease environmental damage to the skin as well as sooth and treat skin conditions such as acne, and eczema while still being a light and an easy to use oil.

 

Rosehip oil can be incorporated into many different skincare products but one way that I prefer to use it is as a nighttime moisturizing oil either on its own or blended with other skin-loving essential oils.

It absorbs quickly into the skin and begins to repair it from the inside out.

 

Skin Care Basics | Tea Tree Oil

A few weeks back I wrote a blog post on a few essential oils that are good for your skin and I briefly mentioned tea tree oil.

Tea tree oil is by far my most beloved and most used essential oil and is the one that I have also been using the longest out of any essential oils.

I believe whole heartedly in this oil’s ability to help everyone’s skin in some way which is why I decided to write a more in-depth post on its benefits.

Acne | Tea tree oil is both antibacterial and antifungal which makes it a wonderful option for those who suffer from mild to sever acne.

It is much more moisturizing than most acne treatments while also being drying enough to nip problematic acne in the bud.

Tea tree oil will even help you with the scars that acne leaves behind which makes it a wonderful, all in one product for acne sufferers who don’t want to be left with yet another skin care problem to conquer.

Anti-Inflammatory | If you have problems with sensitive skin or skin conditions such as eczema and psoriasis than tea tree oil is a good skin care option for you as well.

It’s anti-inflammatory properties makes it a fast healing oil for skin conditions that create itching or irritation. It even works to heal cuts and mild infections.

Tea tree oil works to quickly reduce any redness and irritation as well as to quickly heal any growing pimples or blemishes. For these reasons, many people use tea tree oil as a spot treatment.

Hair | Not only is tea tree oil beneficial for skin but it also has many positive hair qualities.

It works to unclog hair follicles which allows for faster and thicker hair growth as well as eliminating dandruff and an irritated and itchy scalp. It even acts as a solution for removing lice.

As with all other essential oils, it is important to exercise precaution when using tea tree oil since it is highly concentrated and could cause irritation.

Tea tree oil is also considered toxic if taken internally so always keep it away from your mouth and eyes and do a patch test on your skin to eliminate the possibility of any kind of irritation or allergic reaction.