Facial Oils for Skin Types

Feeling comfortable in your skin, is what my skincare range is all about.

The botanical oils in the blends are clean and uncomplicated, this is what makes them easy for your skin to recognise.

Absorbing the essential nutrients in areas where they are required the most, when you use a high quality botanical oil, the benefits are obvious.

The difference in people’s skin is immediate; it appears more hydrated and has a healthy sheen to it.

You will find a variety of botanicals in my facial oils, those used all depend on the skin type or condition, the formula is for.

  • Hemp Oil
  • Argan Oil
  • Jojoba Oil
  • Coconut Oil
  • Soy Bean Oil
  • Camellia Oil
  • Kukui Nut Oil
  • Pomegranate Oil
  • Rose Hip Seed Oil
  • Evening Primrose Oil
  • Apricot kernel oil is rich in oleic and linoleic acids, its light weight and low comedogenicity, and it has a shelf life sits around nine months
  • Sesame Oil is a light to medium weight oil. It is low comedogenic and has wonderful restructuring properties, so it is perfect for sensitive skin types. Sesame contains lots of lovely Fatty Acids and Vitamins B & E. It is also surprisingly rich in minerals including calcium, magnesium and phosphorus. This oil has a shelf life of round nine months
  • Safflower oil is a light weight oil that is also low comedogenic. Safflower has wonderful skin penetration properties and has a shelf life of around six months
  • Tamanu oil is an unusual oil with extremely potent properties. It is a really wonderful choice for many skin conditions including eczema, psoriasis, dry skin and much more, it makes a really wonderful addition to most facial oils.
  • Soy Bean contains lots of lovely phytosterols. Soy bean is a great source of Vitamin E and is full of lovely fatty acids perfect for repairing an impaired barrier.

Many facial oils are loaded with fragrances and chemicals. My skincare products like Bio lipid complex, contain the perfect  balance of facial oils, to help bring a dull, dry complexion back to life, whilst healing and repairing the barrier with skin identical ingredients that are missing.

By treating your skin to natures botanical oils, your skin will benefit from the pure anti-inflammatory properties, that nature intended.

4 thoughts on “Facial Oils for Skin Types

  1. Nikita Armstrong says:

    Ive read a lot of your posts about oils and done some other research as well, but Im still a bit stuck.

    I’m 27 and worry about ageing so have been looking at oils that are meant to try combat this (research tells me Chia, Buckthorn and Argon), but Im stuck trying to figure out which is best to use.

    I buy Rosehip oil from the Ordinary and their Hyaluronic acid, but feel like more oils with other vitamins would be useful.

    In regards to carrier oils, can Rosehip, Argan, Buckthorn or Chia work? Alternatively I also have plant based Squalane.
    With mixing oils, is there any benefits to making a mix of Rosehip, Argan and Chia? Or is that over kill? My skin drinks up all oils after I shower at night , so I don’t mind being an oily mess.

    • Verified Author Samantha Miller replied:

      Nikita thank you for reaching out, it is a massive subject my Bio lipid oil I and many of my clients have used for years, although in the industry I never do invasive treatments or botox or fillers, at 48 my skin is amazing and i put this down to the precious oils in the formula. I would recommend the book liquid sunshine by fragrant earth. Hope this helps Samantha

    • Verified Author Samantha Miller replied:

      Hi there most of the scores for any comedogenic ingredients come from a test carried out on rabbits ears. As you can imagine there is a lot of controversy about the rabbit ear model and how this application realtes to human skin. personally i think it is all about trial and error and what works for you.
      Please PM me if you would like more information.

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