5 Skincare Oils That Make Skin Naturally Flawless

Commercial skincare products can be expensive, and most of the time they’re not as effective as they claim to be. Ever wondered what’s in that $40 jar of creamy moisturizer? You’ll be appalled to know what goes in it.

Why Most Commercial Skincare Products Fail

If you look at a skincare label more closely, you’ll see that the ingredients are comprised mostly of synthetic ingredients, which you don’t want on your skin. Parabens, phthalates and petrolatum are commonly found in skin and body care products. These toxic ingredients are known to be carcinogenic and should be regulated.

Let’s take a look at moisturizers, for instance. Moisturizers seal in moisture so that skin looks supple. But moisturizers contain a whole lot of chemical ingredients (mostly preservatives) that can bring a host of diseases with continued use.

One of the harmful ingredients in moisturizers is parabens. These chemicals extend moisturizers’ shelf life and prevent bacteria from contaminating the product. But according to a University of California, Berkeley research, parabens are linked to the increased risk of breast cancer.

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) considered use of small doses parabens in cosmetics and skincare to be relatively safe. However, paraben is not the only chemical used in skincare. When combined with other ingredients, even low doses can be harmful. Imagine these ingredients going through your bloodstream.

Get Naturally Flawless Skin Without The Toxins

The only ingredient in moisturizers that does work is oil. Plant-based oil in particular is effective in bringing back moisture to the skin. According to Treehugger, plant oils are similar to the oils that our skin produces.So which oils can give you naturally flawless skin are :

Rose Hip Oil

Rose hips

Rose hip oil (also called rose-hip seed oil) is used by Chileans for centuries. It’s a dry oil extracted from the hip (also called the hem or haw) of the Rosa rubiginosa, a species of rose that grows wild on the Andes. While there are many rose varieties out there, true rose hip oil comes only from Rosa rubiginosa. It’s different from rose petal oil, which is used in fragrances and can irritate the skin.

What Makes It Great

Rose hip oil is rich in linoleic acid, which is vital to the cell regeneration process. It also contains retinoic acid that helps diminish fine lines and wrinkles. And if you’re looking for something that will brighten your complexion, rose hip oil also contains Vitamin C that helps lighten dark spots.

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