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Top 5 Vibrant Essential Oils to Boost Your Beauty Quotient

A healthy, glowing skin can add sparkle to your life. To have a great skin, you can replenish it with essential oils which are a nature’s gift to you. Here are 5 essential oils that can be used to nourish and pamper your skin. So get ready here we go…

Rose oil

It has a very pleasant aroma and is extracted from various types of rose. It can be used in aromatherapy when your mind is relaxed it releases feel good hormones, which can improve the beauty of your skin.

Rose oil can be used for treating acne because it has antibacterial property. You can use rose oil in your DIY lotions and creams. It is good for dry and aging skin. Rose oil makes your skin soft, smooth and tender. What more can you ask for?

Carrot seed oil

This wonder oil has been used from time immemorial by the Greeks and Indians. It is obtained from the dried seeds of wild carrot plant. It helps to nourish, lighten and rejuvenate your skin.
Carrot seed oil helps in cell regeneration fades scars and improves the tone of ageing skin.

Lavender oil

It is my all-time favorite. We bought it from the Thailand Pavilion in Global Village, an annual event usually held in Dubai. Ever since I first used it I got hooked up.

The lavender oil has a wonderful smell and helps to relax from stress. It can be used in the treatment of acne, eczema, wrinkles.

This lovely oil can be used to soften sunburnt lips. It heals burns and acts as a toner. It can be used to refresh tired feet and sore hands. It promotes healthy growth of hair.

Frankincense oil

The highest quality frankincense is clear and silvery with a slight greenish tinge. The ancient Egyptian women used to apply it as heavy kohl eyeliner by charring the frankincense and grinding it into a powder.

It helps relieve anger, anxiety and stress and thus paves the way for a healthy looking skin. It is best to nourish dry skin. It has anti-ageing properties and results in a younger looking skin. It reduces the appearance of stretch marks and scars.

Geranium essential oil

It regulates oil production and reduces acne breakout.  It brightens the skin. Geranium oil prevents muscles from sagging and gives a better toned look.

It reduces wrinkles and has antibacterial and antimicrobial properties. Geranium oil promotes cell health and helps in the regeneration of cells. When you use geranium your skin looks younger and firmer.

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