One of the quickest ways to add some juiciness to the skin? A good facial oil. I recommend them to absolutely everyone because it’s such an easy step in your skincare routine that delivers noticeable results with minimal effort. As I’ve been gravitating more and more towards natural skincare, I just had to write an ode to The Best Natural Face Oils.
My favourite formulas tend to be natural as the plant-based and active ingredients make skin feel really nourished. No nasties are massaged into the skin, and there’s not a lot of improving existing ingredients. Throw in a jade roller and you’re onto a skincare winner.
Pai Rosehip BioRegenerate Oil
When I think of face oils, I tend to think of rosehip and this one from Pai is one of the very best around. Their oil is also one of their bestsellers – having gone through two bottles myself I can see why. It’s amazing for all skin types but especially those scared to dabble in facial oils; it balances oilier areas of the skin but also adds much-needed hydration to drier areas. Rosehip oil, rich in vitamin A, is also amazing for getting rid of old blemish marks. It’s best used massaged into skin at night – I take 3-4 drops and work it into the skin for a few minutes.
Ra Oils Skin Rescue
I am still very much in love with this oil – having mentioned it in this post a little while ago. It’s from an Icelandic brand specialising in face oils, with this one in particular being fabulous for soothing skin. It’s really hydrating so I’ve been taking 2 drops and pressing it into drier areas of skin for an extra boost, morning and night. It immediately adds some glow to the skin, and I’ve noticed a big difference in how calm my skin looks in the morning after using this. My cheeks tend to be red all of the time, but everything looks a little calmer with this.
Skin & Tonic Naked Beauty Oil
OK, so this is one of my favourite natural brands because the products are amazing and the packaging just speaks to me. This is an oil for those who have already dabbled in adding one to their skincare routines. It’s really rich in texture, so a few minutes spent working it into the skin are necessary. This pick is also great for sensitive skin, with rosehip, apricot and pumpkin oils all working in unison to feed your skin. They also have an oil for oilier skin that is speedy to absorb.