Radiance with Natural Oils

Natural oils, such as coconut oil, shea butter oil, and olive oil have been used for skin care and hair care for centuries. Generation after generation have touted them for various moisturizing, protective, and antibacterial qualities. With the growth of the modern cosmetic and wellness industries, these deceptively simple substances have often been overlooked.

If your skin is prone to acne, consider using natural oils to moisturize on your face. Skin type, whether dry, oily, combination, or sensitive, can play a major role in how skin-care products can affect your skin.

One way to avoid sun damage when using natural oils is to apply them differently at different times of the day. In the morning, consider applying a thin layer to your skin which should be absorbed in about 15 minutes, .At night, when you aren’t exposed to the sun, feel free to apply oil liberally. You’ll know you’ve applied too much if your skin isn’t absorbing it.

Finding out how much oil suits your needs may require a little trial and error. While there is no research regarding the amount of oil that should be used as a moisturizer, your skin will tell you when enough is enough. If it feels too greasy, that means it hasn’t all been absorbed.

  • Moisturizes dry skin
  • Treats acne and blemishes
  • Reduces skin inflammation
  • Reduces age signs
  • Provides relief to itchy and peeling skin
  • Restores elasticity of the skin
  • Acts as a perfect lip balm
  • Prevents hair loss
  • Soothes dry and itchy scalp
  • Treats split ends and breakage of hair
  • Soothes muscle aches

Coconut Oil

Coconut oil is easily absorbed into the skin and is known to have many health benefits, including those from vitamins E and K, as well as its antifungal and antibacterial properties. In general, coconut oil is a great option for almost everybody, except if you have oily skin and you’re acne-prone, you should not use it on the face.


Olive Oil

Olive oil does not typically trigger allergic reactions, but for the best results, be sure to opt for the extra-virgin variety. Olive oil contains vitamins A, D, E, and K, and some research shows its potential as a moisturizer.

Sunflower Seed Oil

Sunflower seed oil is widely available, high in vitamin E, and absorbs easily into the skin, making it an excellent choice as a natural moisturizer.


Almond Oil

Made from pressed raw almonds, this oil is full of health benefits, such as vitamin E, zinc, proteins, and potassium. It has a lighter texture than olive oil and shea butter, which many find appealing to use on the face.

Shea Butter

Derived from the nuts of the African shea tree, shea butter is a tallow-like substance that is commonly found in a solid form, but it melts at body temperature and is sometimes used as a moisturizer and hair product.