As we get older, we start to get more nitpicky and aware of the lines popping up on our face and our skin in general.
There are plenty of different creams and serums and treatments to help curb aging, but if you want to start off with a much simpler and more frugal way of getting rid of those wrinkles, essential oils might be the way to go.
When our age increases, the natural oil production in our skin decreases, subsequently creating dry skin and wrinkles.
Thus, a way to prevent that from happening is to simply replace the lost oils with new, essential oils.
Essential oils are concentrated aromatic oils extracted from parts of trees and plants, and are full of nutrients and proteins which help cell-regeneration and maintain the bounciness of collagen.
And because essential oils are all natural, they can be absorbed into the skin safely and effectively, as opposed to company-made creams and products.
Moreover, essential oils tend to be much cheaper than anti-aging products, and when mixed together can create some super effective serums. Here are just some essential oils that contain great anti-aging properties to rejuvenate your skin.
You’ve probably heard of frankincense before, perhaps around Christmas time in various carols and stories, but what is it exactly? Frankincense itself is an aromatic resin from Boswellia trees, and often used in incense and perfumes. In essential oils, frankincense helps regenerate skin cells, therefore reducing wrinkles and tightening skin. It’s also a natural toner, helping to balance skin’s pH balance and decrease the appearance of pores.
Myrrh is mentioned as much as frankincense in your holiday season, and like frankincense, it also greatly benefits aging skin. Myrrh has anti-inflammatory properties which help improve firmness and skin elasticity. It is typically used to smooth out aging skin and prevents under eye wrinkles from forming.
The natural astringent properties of sandalwood helps soothe skin, reduce wrinkles and help scars to fade away. It also contains nutrients which help improve circulation and promote smoother skin.
Lavender oil has skin regenerative properties in it, helping to delay sun spots, fine lines, age spots and scarring. Not to mention, it smells great and helps you and your body relax and adapt to stress.
Rose oil is helpful in maintaining skin elasticity by stopping the breakdown of collagen, which prevents wrinkles from popping up. It also is great for dry skin, refining skin texture and tone, and aids in managing conditions such as psoriasis and dermatitis.
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