Simple recipes to keep your skin youthful naturally

Try apricot oil for sensitive, sweet almond oil for dry and grape seed for combination complexions.

Macadamia, avocado and rose hip oils will soothe, heal and control the redness of inflamed skin.

Facial oil for normal skin

Mix 1 drop of each essential oil in 50 ml of the apricot carrier oil

Apply 3 to 5 drops

Facial oil for dry skin

Mix 1 drop of each essential oil in 50 ml of sweet almond carrier oil

Apply 3 to 5 drops

Facial oil for oily skin

Mix 1 drop of each essential oil in 50 ml of grapeseed carrier oil

Apply 3 to 5 drops

Facial oil for mature skin

Mix 1 drop of each essential oil in 50 ml of Evening primrose carrier oil

Apply 3 to 5 drops

In the winter central heating can make the complexion look dry and dull and tired, so a facial mist can do a job.

Spray some rose hydrosol for fresh and toned skin results.

 

Ice cubes infused with essential oils recipe

Ice cubes with essential oils can boost your skin.

Put spring water blended with a drop of Roman chamomile in an ice-cube tray to tone and de-congest the skin.

To indulge your skin into a decadent treat, blend rose water (1 part) with spring water (two parts) and aloe vera gel (one part) and freeze the blend in an ice-cube tray.

Use a cube on your face in the morning for a mini-lift effect.

Facial oil protecting from the elements

Blend 1 drop of each essential oil in 50 ml of Jojoba (30ml) and Rosehip oil (20ml).

Blend well. Apply 1-3 drops to face exposed to the sun and wind.

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