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Pomegranate Seed Oil for your Face Moisturizing Needs February 07 2018We regularly rely on Pomegranate Seed Oil for our face moisturizing needs. A few drops in the morning and a few drops at night is what we recommend to keep dry, aging skin at bay.
Using Sea Buckthorn Oil to Enhance Face Oils January 24 2018To make the most of this wonderful Wednesday we bottled our latest batch of Sea Buckthorn Oil. Add 20 drops of Sea Buckthorn Oil to an ounce of your favorite face oil for an incredibly nourishing and healing serum.
Just Bottled: Our Olive-based Squalane Face Oil January 17 2018It’s a warm winter Wednesday here in Southern California. We just bottled our olive-based Squalane Face Oil to help your skin combat the effects of winter dryness.
Wednesday Morning Bottling... Sea Buckthorn Oil! December 27 2017We are spending this lovely winter morning bottling our pure cold-pressed Sea Buckthorn Oil.
Combination Skin Face Oil Recipe August 24 2017
Combination skin requires a face oil blend balanced in nourishment, absorption and weight. We've developed a recipe using a blend premium oils to help you fight dryness without feeling greasy. Oils of Pomegranate Seed, Rosehip Seed, Sea Buckthorn and Apricot Kernel contribute to a healing base which feeds your skin, while olive-based Squalane keeps the blend light and satin-like.
Sea Buckthorn Oil Now Available in Amber Glass Bottles March 26 2017
You spoke and we listened. Our 100% Pure Sea Buckthorn Berry Oil now comes in amber glass bottles with glass dropper dispensers! The new packaging makes it easier for you to dispense the exact amount you need. We always welcome your suggestions. Your input helps us make better products!
Harvesting Lavender for Essential Oil Distillation January 30 2017
We're inspired to harvest lavender for distilling on these lovely warm Southern California winter afternoons. We hope to use the essential oil as an ingredient in our next new product. Stay tuned for details.
A New Bottling of our 100% Pure Pomegranate Seed Beauty Oil January 17 2017We spent the day bottling our 100% Pure Pomegranate Seed Beauty Oil. Remember to keep your skin properly nourished this winter.
The Simple Beauty of Camellia Oil January 07 2017
Long a beauty staple in Asian cultures, use of Camellia Oil as a natural face moisturizer is rising in popularity among Westerners. Its light scent and low viscosity make the oil a versatile beauty product ideal for everyday use. Great straight, Camellia can also be blended with other nourishing plant-based oils like Rosehip Seed Oil and Sea Buckthorn Oil to create beauty concoctions unique to your skin's specific needs.
Tamanu Oil Tuesday December 20 2016
We begin the week with a newly bottled batch of our wondrous Tamanu Oil. As the winter cold and dryness arrive, you'll want to add about 20-30 drops of this oil into an ounce of your daily beauty oil blend to help protect and heal your skin from cracking. We can't sing the praises of Tamanu Oil enough. We highly recommend experiencing its nourishing effects for yourself to find out what all the fuss is about.
A New Batch of Sea Buckthorn Oil for December December 12 2016
A New Batch of Pomegranate Seed Oil for November November 14 2016
We're starting off the week with a newly bottled batch of Pomegranate Seed Oil. We love this light, versatile oil in blends or as a standalone face moisturizer.
Enjoy our Latest Bottling of Olive Derived Squalane Oil October 17 2016
The latest bottling of our olive derived Squalane Oil is now available. We highly recommend the oil to those with combination and/or sensitive skin.
Prepare Your Skin for Dry Weather with Rosehip Seed Oil October 14 2016
Our latest batch of Rosehip Seed Oil is out now! Prepare and nourish your skin for colder, drier weather.
DIY Healing Face Oil Recipe for Acne and Problem Skin September 02 2016
Relieving acne and skin breakouts is a frustrating challenge. Fortunately, we've developed a highly-nourishing, easy-to-make DIY beauty oil recipe to help heal acne and minimize its scars. The recipe requires only five pure plant-based ingredients and a four ounce dropper bottle. Apricot Kernel Oil and Grapeseed Oil combine to create a light moisturizing base that is easily absorbed by the skin. Pomegranate Seed Oil provides regenerative properties, while Tamanu Oil and Sea Buckthorn Oil promote healing and nourishment.
How to Easily Make Your Own DIY Natural Shave Oil June 19 2016
Some shave oils are definitely better than others. With so many options of shave oils to choose from, it's hard to decide which ones are best. When selecting an ideal shave oil, always inspect the ingredients list to ensure the blender is using premium natural oils.
You also have the option to create your own all-natural premium shave oil. A prime benefit of blending your own shave oil is knowing exactly what is going into your end product. You never have to worry about what you're putting on your skin, and whether or not it is entirely plant-based.
We have come up with an easy-to-make shave oil recipe that only requires three ingredients: Grapeseed Oil, Apricot Kernel Oil and Jojoba Oil. When blended together, these nourishing oils help protect your skin from razor burn, irritation and dryness.
DIY Pregnancy Belly Stretch Oil May 31 2016
While we can't fully disclose the exact blend ratios of our popular All Natural Mommy Belly Stretch Oil, we are happy to share a highly nourishing belly oil recipe for mommies-to-be. Some stretch marks during pregnancy are unavoidable, but using a moisturizing blend of pure plant-based oils can help with skin elasticity. Remember to always generously apply the stretch oil after bathing or whenever your skin feels slightly itchy.
DIY Beauty Recipe: Naturally Nourishing Lip Oil February 29 2016
Our DIY naturally nourishing lip oil recipe features a number of plant-based oils to help chapped lips recover and stay healthy. Pomegranate Seed Oil, Jojoba Oil, olive-based Squalane Oil, and Sea Buckthorn Oil contribute their respective benefits to this nutrient-rich blend to promote and maintain lip health. You'll experience a noticeable difference in how your lips look and feel after regular use. Just a drop or two per application does the trick!
Dry Cracked Hands Remedy Oil Recipe December 27 2015The cold, dry conditions of winter can cause unbearable discomfort to our skin when not properly moisturized. Our hands often crack and peel in brisk weather. Our naturally soothing oil blend for dry hands helps to keep exposed skin soft and encourages healing.
Supple Hands Hemp and Jojoba Oil Recipe for Dry Skin Relief September 12 2015
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We often neglect our elbows and knees when moisturizing after a shower. While we nourish the other parts of our bodies every day, our elbows and knees are left to dry out, crack, and sometimes flake. With this simple skin care recipe consisting of four natural beauty oils, your elbows and knees will be in top form and ready to show off in no time.
This incredibly light face oil recipe highlights the most nourishing properties of some of our finest beauty oils. Oils of camellia, rosehip seed, and argan are blended in a base of apricot kernel oil to create a wonderful natural serum that effectively moisturizes dry skin while combating fine lines. Rub 2-3 drops of the blended oil between the fingertips, then gently apply to the face and neck, paying particular attention to lines around the mouth (e.g., nasolabial folds, perioral lines, smile lines) as well as lines near the eyes and forehead (e.g., worry lines, glabellar lines, periorbital lines).
Dealing with the unspoken pains of feminine dryness and vaginal atrophy can feel like a perpetual losing battle. Vaginal atrophy commonly affects postmenopausal women, but females in their twenties can also experience such suffering. Numerous possible causes of chronic pelvic discomfort include immunology, genetics, radiation therapy, and diet. While there are many potential treatments for vulvodynia, a regimen that includes topical and intravaginal application of pomegranate seed oil can help alleviate the pain of vaginal dryness. Finding the right solution to combat vulvodynia will take time, but with a little patience and experimentation, you can find a specialized remedy to help you live more comfortably.
Here are a few ways to help prevent and minimize the discomfort associated with female dryness and vulvodynia:
Use a gentle body wash or soap when bathing.
Avoid soaps and cleansers made with harsh, drying ingredients such as sodium laurel sulfate and sodium laureth sulfate. While these ingredients can get you "squeaky clean," they can also strip your body of its natural oil and moisturizing properties. Also, avoid synthetically scented soaps. Avoid products with the words "fragrance" or "parfum" in their ingredients list.
Gently pat dry or dab dry the vulvar area after every shower.
Rubbing your body with a towel can create unwanted friction and pain.
Always moisturize the vaginal area with a plant-based regenerative, anti-inflammatory oil such as pomegranate seed oil immediately after bathing and drying.
The natural oil will help seal in moisture and form a protective barrier over sensitive parts.
As the physical makeup of every individual is unique, consult with a physician to explore the right treatment for your vaginal dryness and vulvodynia.
Topical and intravaginal application of pomegranate seed oil can help alleviate the pain associated with feminine dryness and vulvodynia.
Using Face Oils to Prevent Clogged Pores April 13 2015
Clogged pores are awful. When you're feeling like the most powerful person in the world, one clearly visible clogged pore can fully deplete your confidence in an instant. From the time we were teenagers, we have fought painful, annoying battles against clogged pores and the unsightly pimples associated with them. Nothing seemed to work. We took reactive approaches such as using harsh face scrubs and alcohol-based toners that stripped the skin of its natural, beneficial oils, when our approach should have been preventive. The good news is it isn't too late to achieve a naturally clearer complexion to help boost your confidence. Along with adopting healthy eating habits and proper exercise, regularly applying natural plant-based oils, such as rosehip seed oil, pomegranate seed oil, camellia oil, and argan oil, can help minimize clogged pores. Let's take a look at three reasons why using face oils is a better, simpler approach to clear skin versus conventional reactive methods.
Face Oils Fight Fire with Fire
Using a natural plant-based oil as a moisturizer helps break down hardening sebum (the natural oil your skin produces) in your pores. Hardened sebum traps dirt,debris, and dead skin, which can lead to blackheads, whiteheads, and severe acne. Regular use of natural face oils helps to keep sebum in a liquid state and free of debris.
Face Oils Simplify your Skin Care Routine
By adopting face oils as your go-to moisturizers, you can eliminate ineffective frivolous beauty items in your beauty cabinet. It's time to get rid of the synthetic pore-clogging moisturizers, abrasive scrubs, and drying alcohol-based skin toners.
Fragrance-free Face Oils are Less Likely to Irritate
Beauty products with added synthetic fragrances can cause breakouts in people with sensitive skin. To minimize skin irritation, avoid beauty products that contain "fragrance" or "parfum" in their ingredients list.
When applied regularly, all-natural plant-based face oils can dramatically improve your skin's complexion and tone. It's easy to prevent clogged pores. All it takes is a few drops of face oil each day - once in the morning and once before going to bed.
DIY Eczema Body Oil Recipe March 03 2015
Dealing with eczema can be a hopelessly frustrating experience if you've tried practically every solution imaginable. Countless potential remedies exist, but which ones should you experiment with? Steroids can be effective treatments, but do you want to deal with their associated side effects? Over-the-counter creams may provide temporary relief, but they're thick and difficult for the skin to absorb. We have come up with what we hope is your key to eczema relief - it's a simple, natural recipe that only requires four nourishing ingredients: Kukui Oil, Avocado Oil, Sweet Almond Oil, and Tamanu Oil. This unique blend can instantly moisturize, calm inflammation, and help the skin heal - all so you can feel comfortably confident quicker. While different bodies may require different solutions, we love the potential of this particular recipe to provide long-term relief to your exasperating eczema troubles. Please note: do not use this blend if you suffer from nut allergies.
Add Kukui Oil, Avocado Oil, Sweet Almond Oil, and Tamanu Oil to the four ounce bottle. Close bottle cap tightly. Gently roll the bottle between your palms for approximately five to ten seconds. Rub a few drops of the oil blend between your palms and fingertips and generously apply to areas affected by eczema. Repeat whenever your skin needs healing nourishment. Remember to moisturize frequently, especially after showering and bathing. Avoid using harsh soaps and body washes. Store your custom oil blend in a cool dry area, out of direct sunlight.
5 Great Beauty Oils for Your Face February 06 2015 2 Comments
With so many beauty oils to choose from, it can be difficult to figure out which oils are ideal for use on the face. Beauty oils range in feel and consistency, so it is important to determine which oil is better suited for your particular skin type. Lighter oils are generally ideal for oily skin types, while people with dry skin may prefer more substantial oils. We have come up with a list of five oils that are effective facial moisturizers. There is something on this list for everyone, regardless of whether you suffer from dry skin in cold weather or have oily skin in a humid climate.
Packed with essential fatty acids and provitamin A, cold-pressed rosehip seed oil is a fabulous, versatile facial moisturizer. This light, silky oil effectively moisturizes your skin without leaving behind a greasy shine. When applied regularly over time, rosehip seed oil can dramatically improve your skin's feel and appearance, minimizing fine lines and wrinkles. All it takes is 2-3 drops per application - a drop for each cheek followed by a drop for the forehead. Apply once before bed and once in the morning for noticeably beautiful results. Ideal for the following skin types: normal, combination, and oily.
2. Pomegranate Seed Oil
3. Raspberry Seed Oil
One of nature's most effective skin repair serums, raspberry seed oil is uniquely high in vitamin A and essential fatty acids, including linoleic, alpha linolenic, and oleic acids. Raspberry seed oil is commonly found in premium moisturizer blends for sun care due to its abundant tocopherol and antioxidant contents, which help repair skin and minimize the damaging effects of free radicals. Ideal for the following skin types: dry, normal, and combination.
4. Camellia Oil
This incredibly light oil has been a Japanese beauty secret for centuries, with the Western world just discovering its nourishing benefits in recent years. Camellia oil (or "tsubaki oil") contains omega-9 fatty acids, polyphenols, vitamin E, and plant collagen to help minimize the effects of aging. The oil is light, absorbs easily, and won't clog pores. Gently apply 2-3 drops to the face to maintain a fine, youthful complexion. Ideal for the following skin types: normal, combination, and oily.
5. Argan Oil
Rich in vitamin e, essential fatty acids and antioxidants, argan oil serves a variety of beauty purposes including alleviating dry skin, minimizing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, and preventing stretch marks and scars. Argan oil is light, non-greasy, and absorbs easily into the skin. Women in Morocco have used this organically cultivated oil for generations to help maintain their beautiful complexions in the arid climate. Gently massage 2-3 drops of argan oil into the skin to bring out your natural beauty. Ideal for the following skin types: normal, dry, and combination.
DIY Olio Lusso Body Oil Recipe January 09 2015
Add Jojoba Oil, Sweet Almond Oil, Apricot Kernel Oil, Rosehip Seed Oil, and Argan Oil to the four ounce bottle. Close bottle cap tightly. Gently roll the bottle between your palms for approximately five to ten seconds. Rub a dime-sized amount of the body oil between your palms and fingertips and gently apply onto the body, paying particular attention to dry, sensitive areas like the arms (including elbows), legs, feet, shoulders, hips, and buttocks. Repeat whenever your skin needs luxurious nourishing. Store your custom body oil blend in a cool dry area, out of direct sunlight.
DIY Olio Lusso Face Oil Recipe October 12 2014
Add Sweet Almond Oil, Apricot Kernel Oil, Jojoba Oil, Rosehip Seed Oil, and Argan Oil to the four ounce bottle. Close bottle cap tightly. Gently roll the bottle between your palms for approximately five to ten seconds. Rub a dime-sized amount of the face oil between your fingertips and gently apply onto skin. Repeat whenever skin needs nourishment. Store luxurious oil blend in a cool dry area, out of direct sunlight.
Natural Baby Oil Recipe for Sensitive Skin October 05 2014
With so many brands of baby oil available to consumers these days, it's hard to figure out which ones are actually safe to use on your baby's delicate skin. Baby oil made with mineral oil, petroleum-based ingredients, and synthetic fragrances can be especially harsh on sensitive skin. Rather than going through the laborious, time-consuming task of figuring out which mass-produced baby oil you can trust, you can simply make your own natural nourishing oil for your child using just three pure nature-based ingredients.
What you'll need:
- 1 ounce Avocado Oil
- 1 ounce Jojoba Oil
- 1 ounce Apricot Kernel Oil
- 5 drops of a baby-safe essential oil such as lavender or chamomile (optional)
- 4 oz amber glass dropper bottle
Add Avocado Oil, Jojoba Oil, Apricot Kernel Oil and baby-safe essential oil (optional) to the four ounce bottle. Close bottle cap tightly. Gently roll the bottle between your palms for approximately five to ten seconds. Rub a dime-sized amount of natural baby oil between your fingertips and gently apply onto baby's skin. Repeat whenever baby's skin needs nourishment. Store natural baby oil blend in a cool dry area, out of direct sunlight.
5 Ways to Use Rosehip Seed Oil August 13 2013
For centuries, people in Chile have taken advantage of the beauty benefits of using rosehip seed oil, otherwise known as rosa mosqueta oil. Fortunately, word has spread and the rest of the world is catching on to the wonders of this all natural product. Primarily sourced from wild roses in Chile, rosehip seed oil is light and penetrates quickly into the skin for immediate hydration. Naturally high levels of vitamin C, retinol, and omega 3 and 6 fatty acids are what make rosehip seed oil an effective anti-aging moisturizer, especially for sensitive skin. Here are five easy ways you can use rosehip seed oil to help you feel young, glowing, and confident:
1. Evening Face Serum
Rosehip seed oil is a great source of retinoic acid, which studies show minimize the appearance of fine lines and premature aging skin. When routinely applied as a nighttime face serum, rosehip seed oil can help you wake up glowing.
2. Daily Skin Moisturizer
Whether used alone or as a complement to your daytime SPF cream or lotion, rosehip seed oil properly nourishes your skin to help you achieve a youthful, dewy complexion.
3. Scar Minimizer / Stretch Mark Prevention
When regularly applied to closed healing wounds, rosehip seed oil helps minimize the look of unsightly scars. You can also use rosehip seed oil on areas prone to stretch marks. Apply the oil after every wash and at the first sign of itchiness to keep skin smooth.
4. Cuticle Softener
Just a drop or two of rosehip seed oil will keep cuticles on both hands looking and feeling exquisite. Apply after every hand wash to maintain softness.
5. Scalp Nourisher
Shampoos and conditioners often contribute to dry and itchy scalp. To counter the drying effects of these hair products, we recommend occasionally using a few drops of rosehip seed oil on the scalp at night two hours before going to bed.
How to Make Pre-shave Oil July 07 2013
Implementing pre-shave oil into your shaving routine is an effective way to minimize razor burn and skin irritation associated with shaving. Pre-shave oil doesn't have to be expensive. Save face and money by making your own natural shaving oil with this simple recipe. This nourishing blend of oils works well on all skin types and is ideal for use on all areas, including face, legs, underarms, and bikini line. Use unscented or add a few drops of your favorite essential oil for a custom blend. This pre-shave oil blend is light and will not clog razors.
What you'll need:
- 1/2 ounce Grapeseed Oil
- 1/2 ounce Sweet Almond Oil
- 1/2 ounce Avocado Oil
- 1/4 ounce Argan Oil
- 5-10 drops of your favorite essential oil (optional)
- 2 oz amber glass dropper bottle
Add Grapeseed Oil, Sweet Almond Oil, Avocado Oil, Argan Oil, and essential oil (optional) to the two ounce bottle. Close bottle cap tightly. Gently roll the bottle between your palms for approximately five to ten seconds. Apply a dime-sized amount of pre-shave oil into hands and apply evenly over cleansed area to be shaved. Use straight or with a shave cream/gel. After shaving, rinse thoroughly with cool water and gently pat dry with a towel. Store the pre-shave oil blend in a cool area, out of direct sunlight.
Argan Summer Balm Recipe May 29 2013
One downside to the summer heat is its melting effect on balms and salves. Using just four ingredients, you'll be able to make an all-natural salve that will better withstand heat. This highly nourishing summer balm soothes lips and sunburned skin, and softens cuticles and rough, dry skin.
What you'll need:
- 1/2 ounce Argan Oil
- 1/2 ounce Jojoba Oil
- 1 ounce Sweet Almond Oil
- 1 ounce beeswax grated or cut in small pieces (beeswax pastilles will also work)
- 4 ounce wide-mouth glass jar with lid
Warm a pot of water (filled 4 inches high) over low to medium heat. Fill a heat proof measuring cup with Argan Oil, Jojoba Oil, Sweet Almond Oil, and beeswax. Place the measuring cup in the pot of heated water and warm until the beeswax has thoroughly melted into the oil. Stir well with a chopstick or spoon to ensure the ingredients are properly mixed. Pour blend into the jar. Allow a few hours to cool and solidify before using.
Pomegranate Seed Oil: A Beneficial Ingredient for Your Homemade Creams, Lotions, and Serums May 08 2013 2 Comments
While pomegranates are widely hailed by health practitioners, pomegranate seed oil is still relatively obscure to the general public. Pomegranate seed oil is naturally high in antioxidants as well as fatty acids, including the mighty punicic acid, to help combat aging. The oil is of medium weight, which makes it especially ideal for those with very dry skin. People with oily and combination complexions can also benefit from pomegranate seed oil by diluting it with lighter oils such as rosehip seed oil, apricot kernel oil, and grapeseed oil. Figuring out the proper ratio of pomegranate seed oil in your homemade beauty product recipes requires some experimenting depending on your skin type. The drier your skin, the higher the pomegranate seed oil ratio your beauty concoction will require. Try incorporating this nutrient-rich natural beauty oil into your homemade serum recipes for an anti-aging boost.
Rosehip Seed Oil: A Natural Anti-Aging Serum April 27 2013
With so many anti-aging products out there in the market today, it's difficult settling on one reliable solution that actually works and doesn't break the bank. Rosehip seed oil, also known as rosa mosqueta oil, is one of the most effective natural anti-aging serums available. This amazing beauty oil contains retinol, or vitamin A, vitamin C, and essential fatty acids. Rosehip seed oil serves a variety of skin conditions, including sun damaged skin, fine lines or wrinkles, dermatitis, eczema, damaged cuticles, and brittle nails. Rosehip seed oil also works well at accelerating the healing of scars. Because the oil is so light and easily absorbed, it is an ideal face moisturizer. You won't have to worry about looking greasy, as rosehip seed oil sinks right into the skin. Simplify your beauty routine and consider using rosehip seed oil for your skin care needs. It's packed with natural beauty goodness.
How to Make Argan Cleansing Oil February 03 2013 5 Comments
Would you like to incorporate the oil cleansing method into your beauty routine without spending a lot of money? Here's a simple, all-natural recipe for you to create your very own argan cleansing oil. All it takes are a few minutes and four easy-to-find beauty oil ingredients.
What you'll need:
- 1/2 ounce Argan Oil
- 1/2 ounce Grapeseed Oil
- 1/4 ounce Sweet Almond Oil
- 1/2 ounce Extra Virgin Olive Oil
- 1/4 ounce Polysorbate-20 (optional)
- a few drops of grapefruit essential oil (optional)
- 2 oz amber glass dropper bottle
Add argan oil, grapeseed oil, sweet almond oil, olive oil, and grapefruit essential oil (optional) to the two ounce bottle. Close bottle cap tightly. Gently shake the bottle for approximately five seconds. Rub a quarter-sized amount cleansing oil into hands and apply evenly over dry face. Wet the face and gently massage into a creamy texture. Rinse thoroughly with lukewarm water and gently pat dry with a towel. Store the argan cleansing oil blend in a cool area, out of direct sunlight.
How to Make Lavender Jojoba Hand Oil January 16 2013
The calming effects of lavender along with the nourishing, easily absorbed properties of jojoba oil make this wonderful-smelling blend ideal for maintaining silky smooth hands and cuticles. Requiring only two ingredients, there's no excuse not to make this simple beauty oil recipe.
What you'll need:
Add jojoba oil and lavender essential oil to the two ounce bottle. Close bottle cap tightly. Gently shake the bottle for approximately five seconds. Rub a dime-sized amount between hands and into cuticles after every hand washing or whenever your hands and cuticles need nourishment. Store in a cool area, out of direct sunlight.
How to Make Rosemary Olive Hair Oil January 10 2013
Our rosemary olive hair oil recipe is developed for those with normal to dry hair. This invigorating blend can be used to strengthen brittle hair as well as nourish itchy, flaky scalp.
What you'll need:
- 1 ounce extra virgin olive oil
- 1/2 ounce Jojoba Oil
- 30 drops rosemary essential oil
- 2 oz amber glass dropper bottle
Add olive oil, jojoba oil, and rosemary essential oil to the two ounce bottle. Close bottle cap tightly. Gently shake the bottle for approximately ten seconds. Depending on the length of your hair, massage approximately 1/2 to 1 teaspoon of the hair oil into the scalp. Brush hair to evenly disperse the oil. Cover your hair with a shower cap, then wrap a towel over the cap. This will ensure your head stays warm to activate the oil. Allow the oil to penetrate and condition the hair for approximately one hour before finally washing your hair. To detangle hair, comb or run fingers through hair while it is still saturated with the oil. What you should experience afterward is a naturally beautiful shine emanating from your newly-revived hair.
How to Use Sea Buckthorn Oil on the Skin December 21 2012
There are many benefits to using Sea Buckthorn Oil on the skin. Due to its anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant properties, this unique oil helps heal, nourish, and rejuvenate skin. We've heard stories of people using Sea Buckthorn Oil to help alleviate eczema, rosacea, and burns caused by radiation and sun exposure. Exercise care when applying Sea Buckthorn Berry Oil topically. The oil is dark in color and can stain skin and clothing. To help avoid unwanted Sea Buckthorn Oil stains, we recommend diluting the oil with light carrier oils such as Grapeseed Oil or Apricot Kernel Oil. Here's a simple, all-natural beauty recipe to help you enjoy the benefits of using Sea Buckthorn Oil on the skin.
What you'll need:
- 1/2 teaspoon Sea Buckthorn Oil
- 10 teaspoons Grapeseed Oil or Apricot Kernel Oil
- 2 oz bottle (amber colored preferably) with a cap enclosure to store the mixture
Add 1/2 teaspoon of Sea Buckthorn Oil and ten teaspoons of Grapeseed Oil or Apricot Kernel Oil to the two ounce bottle. Close bottle cap tightly. Gently shake the bottle for approximately ten seconds. Apply one to two drops of the mixture to affected area of the skin. Use more if necessary. Enjoy the nourishing benefits of your newly-made Sea Buckthorn Oil skin elixir! Store in a cool, dark place to extend the life of the mixture.
How to Make Your Own Natural Face Serum September 14 2012 8 Comments
Our all-natural Sensitive Skin Face Serum recipe is made for dry, irritated, and sensitive skin. It's very easy to make and requires only three ingredients. The beauty oils in this recipe are light, nourishing, and easily-absorbed. This mixture works amazingly well on mature, sun-damaged, or windburned skin.
What you'll need:
Add all of the oils into the bottle. Gently shake the bottle for approximately ten seconds to blend the mixture. Apply one to two drops of the oil on each side of the face. Reapply whenever needed. Store in a cool, dark place.
How to Make Natural Stretch Mark Oil August 27 2012
Our all-natural stretch mark oil recipe is simple, effective, and requires only four ingredients. Use at least twice daily or whenever you have the urge to scratch your skin. Apply to belly, hips, and any other areas prone to stretch marks. Remember to always apply after showering or bathing and drink lots of water.
What you'll need:
- 4 parts Sweet Almond Oil
- 2 parts Grapeseed Oil
- 1 part Jojoba Oil
- 1 part Argan Oil
- Amber glass dropper bottle
Add all of the oils into an amber colored bottle and tightly screw on the cap. Gently shake the bottle for approximately ten seconds to blend the oils. Massage generous amounts of the stretch mark oil to affected areas. Reapply whenever needed. Store stretch mark oil in a cool place out of direct sunlight.