Category: Skin

Nov 27

Sweet Orange and Basil Essential Oils for the Holidays and Treating Skin Conditions

The Holidays are here! Let’s use sweet orange and basil essential oils to do some cooking sending a wonderful fragrance all through the house. Essential oils have been a significant component of medical therapy for thousands of years. The role of essential oils in medicine today has been replaced with prescription medications. Lately there has …

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May 13

Anti-Aging effect of Argan Oil on the Skin

The argan tree is native to Southwestern Morocco and the oil has been used for generations to treat skin infections, bug bites, and skin rashes. Today, it is used as a moisturizer for hair and skin. It is known as “liquid gold” and “Moroccan gold” in the beauty industry. Argan oil is extracted through cold …

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Mar 30

Acne Issues Resolved by Using Sandalwood Essential Oil

Sandalwood is a tree with a highly aromatic wood. It is economically and culturally important to many countries around the Pacific and Eastern Indian Ocean regions where it grows or is traded. The wood is prized for making furniture, ornaments, sacred objects, carvings and joss sticks (incense). Sandalwood essential oil is extracted by steam distillation …

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Nov 09

Sweet Orange and Basil Essential Oils Victorious in Treating Skin Conditions

Essential oils have been a significant component of medical therapy for thousands of years. The role of essential oils in medicine today has been replaced with prescription medications. Lately there has been an increasing demand for natural therapies. One could say that essential oils are coming to the forefront once again. Many of the prescription …

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Sep 21

Patchouli Essential Oil for Preventing Skin Damage

Patchouli is native to Malaysia and India, where it is known as ‘puchaput’. People have been using patchouli for centuries in natural ayurvedic remedies to treat different ailments. It was even used as an insecticide and insect repellent for years. Patchouli oil has been used as an aphrodisiac for hundreds of years. The oil is …

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Jul 26

Coconut Oil Works Great for Reducing Atopic Dermatitis

Atopic dermatitis is a recurrent or chronic, inflammatory skin disorder also known as atopic eczema, or eczema. It can appear as blisters that crust over to become scaly, itchy rashes, or as dry, thick patches of skin with scales. Although atopic dermatitis is not contagious, it is very common. Estimates are that more than 15 …

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Oct 02

(Lemon, Juniper, Grapefruit and Black Pepper) Essential Oils for Wrinkles

Aging is a complex, progressive process that leads to functional and esthetic changes in the skin. Aging is an inevitable process for all living organisms. In humans the skin is the tissue most markedly affected. There are two types of skin aging: Age-dependent/chronological aging is also known as natural aging and is visible as wrinkling on …

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Sep 27

Aloe Vera Essential Oil for Psoriasis

Psoriasis is a common skin condition that changes the life cycle of skin cells. Psoriasis causes cells to build up rapidly on the surface of the skin. The extra skin cells form thick, silvery scales and itchy, dry, red patches that are sometimes painful. Psoriasis vulgaris (also known as chronic stationary psoriasis or plaque-like psoriasis) …

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Sep 19

Massaging with Rosemary, Cinnamon, Geranium Essential Oils for Cellulite Reduction

Cellulite is a term given to fat deposits just below the skin. It looks lumpy and dimpled accumulating on the thighs, hips, buttocks, lower limbs, and abdomen. Cellulite is most common in adult women and tends to make most women unhappy to have this condition. So, we need to investigate this more closely. Factors that …

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Sep 15

Evening Primrose Topically Applied to Eczema

  Eczema is a recurrent or chronic, inflammatory skin disorder also known as atopic eczema, or by its medical name, atopic dermatitis. It can appear as blisters that crust over to become scaly, itchy rashes, or as dry, thick patches of skin with scales. Although eczema is not contagious, it is very common. Estimates are …

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