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Should You be Using Body Oil or Body Lotion? The Advantages of Using Them - Simple Body Oil Recipe

Sometimes a simple change in seasons means our skin starts looking like a desert: dry, cracked, and dehydrated. If you're one for piling on lotion but you don't seem to get the moisturizing results you'd like, it might be time to try some organic oils to quench your stubbornly parched skin instead.

In America we are often traditionally lotion lovers. But in Europe and other parts of the world, oil is actually the more popular option for hydrating dry skin, and it's having a bit of a resurgence in the U.S. lately, too.

There are many differences between lotion and oil, but toxins are a big factor. Some manufacturers have to add all sorts of fillers and emulsifiers to create a creamy lotion, while certain plant-based oils are super-effective at keeping us hydrated and radiant without needing the added ingredients.

Oils protect the skin's lipid barrier and are great at preventing moisture from evaporating from the skin. Oils have extremely high nutrient and antioxidant levels. They are 100% active and are easily absorbed into the skin since they don’t contain any fillers. As we age, the oil (sebum) that our skin produces starts to deplete, so it only makes sense to replenish the lipid barrier by applying oils that our skin will lovingly soak right up. Some people believe applying oil, especially to acne-prone skin, will clog pores, cause breakouts, or leave a greasy film. The truth is, most natural oils are easily absorbed, not greasy, and they have a low potential to clog pores, which makes oils perfect for all skin types. They actually have the amazing ability to balance the skin.

Lotions, on the other hand, are designed to penetrate the skin, leaving it softer, more hydrated, and younger looking. Lotions are created by blending oil and water together. However, since oil and water do not mix on their own, wax is needed to emulsify them. Wax can potentially build up on the skin, leading to clogged pores and breakouts. Most lotions contain about 65% water, which must be preserved to keep mold and bacteria from growing. However, lotions do bring something to the table. They have the benefit of containing a number of beneficial ingredients such as aloe vera, vitamin E, vitamin D, shea butter, and keratin. All of these bonus ingredients replenish the skin of its lost moisture, repair damaged skin, and can alleviate various types of skin conditions.

There might be a place for both oils and lotions in your beauty regimen. Seeing as lotions work by deeply penetrating skin, it's smart to consider using green products, which contain fewer synthetic chemicals that may enter your bloodstream. Always avoid products which contain mineral oil since it is a processed petroleum product.

Do keep in mind that the quality of an oil also reflects its performance on the skin. When choosing oils look for a cold-pressed organic option or CO2-extracted. Oils are often infused with herbs, so if the ingredient on the label are names of flowers and plants, you’ve likely found a good quality oil.

If you choose to use both, dermatologists recommend using body lotion in the morning , after taking a shower to lock in your skin’s natural moisture. Since moisture starts getting pulled out of the skin from the contact with air. It is best to use body oil before bed, since during sleep, the skin’s trans¬epidermal water loss is increased, meaning moisture is pulled out of the skin while we sleep. Therefore, applying body oil before bed protects your skin from dehydration.

If you wish to make your own body oil, I will be posting a video shortly on carrier and essential oils for different skin types and conditions. Please stay tuned.

Here is a simple recipe for you to try, in the meantime.
In a glass container combine:
2 ounces sunflower oil
1 ounces jojoba oil
1/2 ounce sweet almond oil
1/2 teaspoon vitamin E oil
5 drops lavender essential oil

This combination of oils should feel great on your skin, absorb quickly and leave you feeling soft and happy.


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Should you be using Body Oil or Body Lotion? The Advantages of Using Them - Simple Body Oil Recipe
ann l : Actually switching wont really do any thing,you need to get exfoliated w a Korean bathmitt.hopfully you live in a state that has a Korean bathouse,they have a body treatment you do have to be in the nude so they can rid you of most of 5he dead skin cells then you'll be able to tell the difference.oils or lotions will absorb wonderfully.
Endothelial : Weleda makes some good body oil, use few drops on my face with no problem

DIY - Simple All Natural Body Oil Mix for Dry Skin #BodyOIl

This simple DIY shows how I make my All Natural Body Oil Mix. In the fall and winter months, my skin is super dry, so I make my own all natural body oil. Since it’s cooler, I like to make it a little thicker to lock the moisture into my skin! Here’s how I make it.

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3 oz – Olive Oil
1 ½ oz – Jojoba Oil
1 ½ oz – Jamaican Black Castor Oil
1 oz – Sweet Almond Oil
1 oz – Vitamin E Oil

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Jamaican Black Castor Oil -

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ItsMeAshliB : Please adopt me ?❤️
Beauty Buru : So what oils do you use for summer ?
jordan williams : Where did you get the bottle the oil is in? Love your products.
Kimberly Jones : Thanks fir this. I already use oils to lock in the moisture after my bath, but I was unaware black castor helps eczema. I use this on my daughter's hair but now I will use it in her after bath oil.
Bree Bee : Thanks for sharing
Lovely Dove : I use coconut oil, castor, jojoba oil, papaya oil, olive oil, vitamin E oil, organ oil, an essential oil lavender
Sharon Bennett : Yes this is very similar to my winter skin care regimen - otherwise I'm alligator lady. Currently I'm using olive oil with a few drops of lavender essential oil. Thanks for sharing as I may incorporate some of the oils you mentioned. Have a blessed day.

FAST REVIEW: Neutrogena Body Oil (How To Use This Body OIl Properly)

Product brand: Neutrogena Body Oil
Product type: body oil
Recommended for: Normal to semi-sensitive skin.
Price: Php 650 per 250 mL (online) (Philippines)
Date issued: 2019
Product origin: USA
Nazim Adiha : Is this suitable for combination skin???
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