Facial oils can be used to boost the skin and at the same time they can treat a specific problem. A combination of cold pressed vegetable oils and essential oils activates the skin they stimulate, heal, cleanse and tone. Here is a list of treatment oils that can help with specific problems.
What you need
Treatment essential oils are best used occasionally until the problem clears up. Apply at night after cleansing and toning, if your skin is too dry try applying a small amount of moisturizer over the oil.
It may take 1-2 weeks for your skin to show improvement so keep with it.
For facial oils use a 1 per cent dilution (20 drops in 5 tbs of base oil) of essential oils. Use only 0.25 percent dilution (5 drops in 5 tbs of base oil) if using it long term, to prevent the skin from becoming over sensitized to a particular oil.
Pour the oils into a bottle and shake until well blended.
Combination skin: 5 tsp jojoba oil
Dry skin: 1 1/2 tbs apricot kernel oil, 1 tbs jojoba oil, 5 drops rose essential oil, 3 sandalwood oil and 2 drops of palmarosa oil.
Acneous skin: 2 tbs of apricot kernel oil, 1 tbs jojoba oil,2 tsp borage seed oil
Acne scars: 1.5 tbs jojoba oil, 2 tsp rosehip oil, 2 tsps wheat germ oil, 6 drops of sandalwood oil, 4 lavender and 4 drops of neroli oil.
Broken Capillaries: 5 tsp of apricot kernel oil, 5 tsp jojoba oil, 4 drops of rose essential oil, 3 chamomile oil, 3 drops of cypress oil.