Best Essential and Carrier Oils for Sensitive and Dry Skin

create oil blends and homemade beauty recipes for particularly sensitive, dry skin types or for winter skincare

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Here's a little cheat sheet especially helpful when creating oil blends and homemade beauty recipes for particularly sensitive, dry skin types and/or for winter skincare.

Immortelle Oil (Helichrysum Italicum)

  • Promotes a 6-fold (!) increase in skin’s production of collagen
  • Speeds up the healing process and tissue regeneration
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Chamomile German Oil (Matricaria Chamomilla)

  • Has anti-inflammatory, antiseptic and skin softening qualities
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Myrrh Oil (Commiphora Abyssinica)

  • Is great for anti-aging, skin rejuvenation and wound treatment
  • Provides solid protection from environmental damage
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Blue Cypress Oil (Callitris Intratropica)

  • Offers soothing, nourishing, and anti-inflammatory properties
  • Is traditionally used to moisturize dry skin
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Oat Oil (Avena Sativa kernel)

  • Has antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and moisturizing properties that soothe and nourish skin
  • Is recommended for all skin types, especially for sensitive skin and dry flaky skin
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Hibiscus Oil (Hibiscus Sabdariffa)

  • Enhances the skin’s ability to retain moisture
  • Protects from environmental stressors
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Calendula Oil (infused Marigold flowers in a carrier oil)

  • Accelerates wound healing
  • Has soothing, protecting and moisturizing qualities
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