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Oils that help revitalise your skin

11st June 2014

Oils have many healing properties and aren't just useful for nourishing hair and help making it look silky smooth, they also help towards revitalising your skin.

Below is a list of different oils and reasons on how each of these can help rejuvenate your skin on top of the skin rejuvenation treatments you may already be undertaking.

Olive oil - helpful for frizzy, dry hair and healing acne-prone skin

Olive oil is anti-inflammatory, consists of antimicrobial properties and is full of antioxidants. This in turn, makes it possible for olive oil to help us swiftly recover from any acne-prone skin and it will also be great for using it on dry and fizzy hair.

Coconut oil - helps get rid of wrinkles, breakouts and provides natural sun protection

Coconut oil is easily absorbed and can be used to moisturise the face and body. The ingredients used in coconut oil can help with breakouts, dandruff and can even be used to protect us from heavy sunlight exposure the natural way.

Carrot seed oil - helps tighten our skin and can help with skin conditions like eczema

Carrot seed oil carries with it a wide range of skin and hair benefits. It is rich in beta-carotene and vitamin A, B, C and D. It helps with making our skin more toned, firm and toxin-free. It can also greatly help with common skin conditions like eczema, acne and be used to moisturise our hair and make it more silky and healthy looking.

Other skin rejuvenation remedies for you to consider

Sometimes the application of essential oils on skin and hair may not be enough to help achieve the best results. A combination of skin rejuvenation treatments like laser skin resurfacing and microdermabrasion can increase the chances of you having a more youthful and radiant complexion you've always wished for.

Book a free consultation at one of our skin clinics today. Our skin specialists are experts in the cosmetic field and will ensure you get your money's worth from your treatment sessions.

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