Facial oilsVery useful to nourish and soothe the skin and, by sealing the skin, to retain moisture. Use Jojoba oil as your carrier, jojoba oil is actually a liquid wax that is quickly absorbed by your skin and it leaves no residue. Jojoba works both on dry or oily skin because of its ability to balance the sebum production of the body.
Morning MoisturizersUse in the same way as you would your usual moisturizer.
For Dry Skin:1 oz Golden Jojoba Oil 3 drops Geranium Essential Oil 10 drops Lavender Essential Oil 5 drops Ylang ylang Essential Oil
For Oily Skin:1 oz Golden Jojoba Oil 5 drops Lavender Essential Oil 5 drops Cypress Essential Oil 5 drops Rosemary Essential Oil
For Mature Skin:1 oz Golden Jojoba Oil 6 drops Frankincense Essential Oil 5 drops Rose Absolute 4 drops Patchouli Essential Oil
For Acne:1 oz Golden Jojoba Oil 5 drops Lavender Essential Oil 5 drops Cypress Essential Oil 5 drops Tea Tree Essential Oil
Evening Care OilsThese include citrus essential oils that strengthen, regenerate and soften the skin. Since citrus oils may cause skin to become sensitive to sunlight, use these face oils only at night.
For Dry Skin:1 oz Golden Jojoba Oil 5 drops Rose Absolute 5 drops Orange Essential Oil 5 drops Cedarwood Essential Oil
For Oily Skin:1 oz Golden Jojoba Oil 5 drops Lemon Essential Oil 5 drops Orange Essential Oil 5 drops Cypress Essential Oil
For Mature Skin:1 oz Golden Jojoba Oil 5 drops Frankincense Essential Oil 5 drops Fennel Essential Oil 5 dropsLemon Essential Oil
For Acne1 oz Golden Jojoba Oil 10 drops Bergamot Essential Oil 5 dropsTea Tree Essential Oil
Usage:Pump your facial oil onto fingertips. Apply gently to face with press and release motion.
Enjoy creating your own facial oil and see the amazing results on your skin!
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