bodyunburdenedOK back to my favorite topic for a quick sec because you know I really really reallyyyyyy just can't hold back (and let's face it, just don't even try ☺️) The same face oils don't suit every single different skin type, or even the same skin types during different times of year. So whereas I use lighter oils like jojoba and grapeseed when the weather is warmer and air is more humid, heavier, more emollient oils are where it's at come wintertime -- apricot, avocado, and almond oils provide deep, rich moisture like the kind the skin craves at this time of year.
- bodyunburdened@roxierosca hmmmm not specifically unfortunately. Have you tried no poo before?
- bazarova_rThanks for the tip! I'm wondering what weather suits Lavender Oil best?? Would it make sense to use it as a moisturizer?
- sg_nutritionI really need to update my skincare!
- bodyunburdened@bazarova_r well lavender essential oil has a ton of benefits for the skin but like all essential oils needs to be diluted in a carrier oil (like the oils I mention above in this IG post) - and carrier oils are what really provide you with moisture, not essential oils. So you wouldn't use straight lavender essential oil as a moisturizer.
- gorjes.coffeescrubThis is great :)
- anneliseapediaaaI used your post about face oils for different skin types to find a face oil for me! I just started using pumpkin seed oil last night, and I already love it!
- simplebeadsbyzI have oily face so recently I mixed jojoba nd coconut oil with lavender EO so I started noticing some bumps,Please can you advice me what to use?the weather is kind of hot where I am,yhanks
- evanesceofficial🌴 Love 🌴
- greentalkThat makes sense.
- simplepurebeautyThis is an awesome post!
- thenutritionaddictionGood to know, bc I just ordered some avocado oil for myself!
- jessicajade_coI also love to add a little extra rosehip to my facial serums in the winter. it definitely hydrates my skin when added to almond oil. :).
- halsanutritionGreat tips! ❤
- juliebarcelonaHi. I love all your posts and was wondering whether you could help. I've been using jojoba oil as a moisturizer since September as I was struggling with acne (I also use tea tree on spots). Three weeks ago I developed eczema on my forehead and cheeks which I've never had before. Have you got any thoughts on this? I was thinking jojoba oil might have made my skin drier as it's definitely helped regulate the sebum and sort my acne out. Thanks!
- dontmesswithmamaI love avocado and almond oil year round
- ilovebodystuffI really love your page! So glad I found it!!
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