I'm not sure how you feel about it, but a few years ago I was completely skeptical. Rubbing oil on your face just sounds like an oxymoron. Deathly afraid of breaking out I wouldn't do it. And rubbing oil into my scalp? Are you kidding? Sounds like I'm just asking to look like a grease ball. Well ladies, I guess you can say I learned a thing or two about beauty. Truth is: oils help regulate the sebum production in the skin and on your scalp. Here's the deal: Hair
- Purpose: Condition, add shine shine & reduce frizz
- Types: Argan & monoi are the most popular types.
- Use: Massage a dime sized amount into your scalp. If you have fine hair keep it concentrated there, but if you have medium to coarse hair take it down to the mid-shaft and ends. You can treat your hair with oil weekly.
- Product Recommendation: Leonor Greyl Regenerescence Naturelle Hair Oil (natural), Borghese Salermo Silkening Hair Oil (light weight), Moroccanoil Oil Treatment (medium, but they also have a lightweight version)
- Purpose: Regulate oil production, add moisture & calm the skin
- Types: There's one for all skin types. Tea tree for acne prone, balancing for oily complexions, hydrating for dry and so on...
- Use: Despite what you think, using oil on your face can only help regulate oil production. Yes, even if you have oily skin. If you strip your natural oils, you're only encouraging more production. Use oil at night in place of your moisturizer if your skin is really dry or add it to your moisturizer. Use an oil that suits your skin type nightly for best results.
- Product Recommendations: Rodin Olio Lusso (hydration), Darphin Chamomile Oil (sensitive skin), The Body Shop Tea Tree Collection (acne prone), Josie Maran Argan Oil (mature skin)