The Ultimate Aromatherapy Skin Care Chart

Posted: September 30, 2014 by Cristina Proano-Carrion



When it comes to beauty and skincare, essential oils can be used in super-effective ways.

In fact, it is scientifically proven that certain plant oils have anti-aging and skin healing properties. These oils work by:

– Stimulating cell regeneration

– Detoxifying the skin

– Improving circulation

– Balancing dry or oily skin

– Combating acne-causing bacteria

– Nourishing the skin with essential nutrients

– Soothing the skin and reducing inflammation

Result – clear, healthy, glowing and youthful skin! –

We, at Aromandina, are dedicated to providing the purest and highest quality essential oils to our clients. All our essential oils come from organic or wild crafted sources which means that they are 100% free from harmful chemicals, pesticides, heavy metals and preservatives.

Confused regarding which oils to use? Just use this convenient aromatherapy for skincare reference chart to create the perfect blend for your skin type.  Enjoy this essential oil skin care guide.  Click on the chart below and print it to keep it handy.

Combine a total of 15 drops with Jojoba oil to create your own facial oil.

Chart Essential Oils Skin CareSo, are you ready to create your own beauty potion? Don’t forget to tell us how it worked!


 Remember that essential oils are not meant to be ingested or applied neat – add a total of 10 drops of your chosen blend of essential oils to 1 Oz. Golden Jojoba Oil.  This oil can be used as a skin oil, moisturizer, massage oil, and bath oil.  Put some oil on your fingertips and apply through the skin with press and release motion.

Aromatherapy Reference Charts:

 Essential Oils for Mind and Emotions
Essential Oils and Their Specific Uses
Benefits of Essential Oils


© 2014, Cristina Proano-Carrion, Aromandina LLC

This information is based on traditional use of aromatherapy and it does not intend to diagnose or treat any condition. This information should not be used as a substitute for medical counseling with a health care professional. No part of this article may be reproduced in whole or in part without the explicit written permission of Aromandina.


  • Gail

    On “The Ultimate Aromatherapy Skin Care Chart” can you tell me what is the significance of the blue and pink shades in the chart.

  • They are there just to help you read better. That’s it.