Adding Carrier Oils to Your Natural Beauty Routine

Are you wanting natural beauty, but don’t know how to incorporate or change your routine and beauty products to experience natural beauty? Don’t worry, there are so many options for easily incorporating natural beauty tips into your daily routine. An easy way to do this is by simply using carrier oils for some routine health and beauty care.

Carrier oils are great for so many reasons. They can easily be used by people with no knowledge of them, and contain a multitude of benefits for anyone wanting to get more bang for their buck, beauty wise. Using carrier oils can help with various beauty ailments, such as reviving dry hair, removing dandruff, reducing wrinkles and fine lines, as well as containing many benefits health wise. For your health carrier oils can help reduce blood pressure, relieve aching muscles and joints, and even help remove harmful free radicals from the body.

A few of these beneficial carrier oils are described below, and a comprehensive list of other beauty ingredients can be found at this natural beauty and soap-making website.

Almond Oil: Almond oil, or Sweet Almond Oil is a great carrier oil to work with any skin type. This oil can be applied directly to the skin and can help with inflammation to soothe sore, achy muscles and joints, as well relieving itching from bug bites, and pain from bee stings. In addition to these great properties, Almond Oil can be easily used in Soap-making and cosmetic making products, such as lotions, homemade soaps, and conditioners.

Calendula Oil: Calendula is also a great product for your natural beauty needs. It can do some of the same things as Almond Oil, but also has many more benefits. Calendula oil is also a great carrier oil to using if you have sensitive skin, since it is so light, and often contains other, more gentle carrier oils within it. Included in calendula’s beneficial properties are things such as healing rashes, such as diaper rash, and irritations, and helping to heal dry and cracked skin. For your health, calendula contains anti-fungal, anti-bacterial, as well as anti-inflammation properties. For many baby care product makers, calendula is a highly desired ingredient.

Grapeseed Oil: Grapeseed oil is one of my favorite oils. It is very light, and when creating homemade lotions and moisturizers it leaves a very nice silky soft after feel, that I really enjoy. In addition to being an ideal soapmaking and cosmetic ingredient, Grapeseed oil is great for using directly on the skin for a variety of reasons. Grapeseed, when ingested can help to lower your cholesterol, as well as help clear the arteries. Cosmetically, Grapeseed oil is great for oily, or sensitive skin, and can help to clear up acne, and moisturize and tone the skin, giving you a naturally younger look. Grapeseed oil is also a great carrier oil for helping to clear and reduce the look of stretch marks, and soothe damaged skin tissue, enabling better healing.

To check out the full profiles for each carrier oil, as well as some other great natural beauty ingredients, check out this great Natural Beauty Site.