Oils To Help Oily Skin?

Around 35% of us suffer from oily or combination skin, and 70% of us experience excess skin oil at some point throughout our lives. This is quite a significant amount, so we wanted to look into what you can do to help...

When we’re dealing with unwanted blemishes, shine or clogged pores, it’s easy to think overly harsh chemical formulas will be the most effective. And often, those with oily skin then avoid moisturizing because they think they will make their skin oilier. But, when you avoid hydrating your skin or using extreme, drying products, your skin will react by producing more sebum, and therefore actually making your skin oilier than it was anyway. 

So we’ve listed the natural oils that will really help look after your oily skin, which will help bust blemishes, reduce the appearance of your pores, and prevent your skin from becoming any oilier.

1. Natural Salicylic Acid  

Natural Salicylic Acid is derived from wintergreen and will really help blemish prone skin. It will help tighten pores and refine your skin's texture. You can get synthetic Salicylic acid, but it's usually a little harsher on the skin.

2. Organic Rosehip Oil

Rosehip Oil is great for regulating skin’s oil levels and giving your visage a youthful glow! It’s best to use high-quality Rosehip Oil, and ours is both Organic and Cold-Pressed, meaning there are no added nasties and it’s a lot more effective than other ones on the market. To get 30% off, click through this link!

3. Essential Oils and Grape-Seed Polyphenols  

So many essential oils are great to use on your skin, as they’re incredibly gentle and work to form a barrier against the bacteria which cause pimples. They also work to tighten your pores and brighten your complexion. The most effective ones are lavender, lemongrass, geranium, lemon balm, and peppermint.

4. Organic Grape Water

If your skin is a little inflamed, as well as oily, Grape Water is an effective soothing oil which will work wonders. It also works to hydrate your skin which overall makes it less oily. 

Final thoughts

It’s important to remember that oily skin will suffer more if you try and dry it out by avoiding moisturizer or using overly harsh chemicals. Oily skin needs to be soothed and hydrated correctly, especially if your skin is inflamed and acne prone. By using natural oils you’ll begin to see a massive difference in your complexion and in how balanced your facial oils will become!


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