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Essential Oils As Anti-Aging Supplements

Updated on December 26, 2015

Anti-Aging Essential Oils

When you surf the net or watch television, you will probably encounter various skin care products that claim to produce an anti-aging effect on your skin. Indeed, the quest for the fountain of youth ensues and many expect that in order to attain that, they would have to settle a hefty price.

However, the money you pay for these synthetic products aren't the only thing you'd have to pay since most of them are a bit too strong for your gentle skin. In the end, you have more skin problems than before you even started using such products. Natural is therefore the way to go and there are lots of essential oils that you can use to preserve your skin's youthful appearance.

Anti-Aging Action of Essential Oils

The use of essential oils in aromatherapy and natural skin care is an effective way to fight anti-aging. These oils contain astringent and antibacterial properties that fight free radicals and other toxins while boosting circulation on your skin for a natural glow.

The best way to prevent or counter anti-aging is basically in properly caring for your skin. You can perform this at any stage in your life since it is often more difficult to deal with the problem once the damage is done. Essential oils affect vital functions in your body that would help slow down the process of aging. Moreover, it can also eliminate harmful elements that cause skin damage, especially when exposed to environmental factors that could deplete its quality.

Best Essential Oils

The key to experiencing the benefits of using essential oils for anti-aging action is using the right type of oil. Each oil contains different properties that create the anti-aging action on your skin. In addition, you must also know the best method of using the oil so you can isolate its beneficial properties and be absorbed by your skin.

To learn more about what your best essential oil choices as a natural anti-aging supplement, you can find out more below.

Tea Tree Oil

Tea tree oil is an excellent type of oil to use in treating various skin conditions, promoting healthier skin, or slow down the process of aging to maintain a youthful looking skin for a longer period of time.

First off, you can use tea tree oil in treating oily skin. When you use this type of oil, it helps to clear your skin pores to prevent clogging up sebum, dirt, and oil that is the leading cause of acne. It also contains various therapeutic properties that combat the symptoms of oily skin such as antibacterial, antiseptic, and germicidal properties so you get properly moisturized but healthy skin.

In addition to oily skin, tea tree oil is an effective natural acne treatment. Bacteria is the leading cause of acne and you can use the healing properties of the oil to prevent further spreading of bacteria and all its other effects. Once the properties of the tea tree oil is absorbed by your skin, it blends naturally with the skin oil to alter the chemical barriers that promote growth of microorganisms that cause acne formation.

Oregano Oil

Oil that is derived from oregano is one of the most powerful essential oils used in fighting the effects of aging. This versatile oil makes a very effective oil to use in aromatherapy to maintain health and youthful glow. This is all possible due to the presence of essential properties like antimicrobial, antiviral, anti fungal, antibacterial, and anti-aging properties that promote health maintenance.

The use of oregano oil in aromatherapy results to various skin health benefits. One reason why it brings forth anti-aging benefits is the antioxidant properties that is comprised in this type of oil. This mighty antioxidant help replenish your body and cleanse its internal system by removing harmful toxins and free radicals. Because of that, your body feels nourished and you have increased amount of energy that naturally counters the effect of aging.

Evening Primrose Oil

Evening primrose oil contains beneficial properties that make it an excellent skin conditioner. Moreover, it can be applied on your skin when suffering from inflammation or various types of irritation. It contains fatty acids that result in a smooth complexion for your skin.

To use evening primrose oil, you can add about a tablespoon of the oil into a warm bathwater where you can soak your body for a few minutes to fully absorb all its nutrients. You can also combine it with pure aloe vera gel and carrier oil before applying on your face for an overall skin care treatment.

Natural Moisturizer for Mature Skin

As you age, your skin's texture also changes until it eventually becomes mature. You will notice that the skin becomes dry, wrinkled, and loses its natural moisture. Natural skin moisturizer is a great way to nourish your skin and bring back moisture for a smoother and glowing appearance. You can use different types of essential oils known to promote anti-aging in creating your own natural skin moisturizer that you can use daily for best results.

Make sure to include the following essential oils and ingredients when preparing a skin moisturizer at home: aloe vera, calendula, green or white tea, and witch hazel. These esential oil types are good sources of alpha-hydroxy acids and natural astringent to naturally care for the skin and make it properly toned. The powerful antioxidants introduced by this natural skin care treatment into your skin helps to reduce damage on your skin by eliminating free radicals. The promote of new skin cell growth helps to maintain a young-looking and vibrant skin.

Anti-Wrinkle Essential Oil Blend

Wrinkles are one of the most common skin problems associated with aging. By keeping your skin wrinkle-free, you can be ensured of looking young and healthy.

To prepare your own anti-wrinkle blend consisting of various essential oils, you will need the following ingredients: 8 drops each for neroli and geranium essential oil, 5 drops each for lavender and fennel essential oil, 3 drops of German chamomile essential oil, and 1 drop of carrot essential oil. You can also add in your choice of carrier oil to dilute the concentration and ensure that the blend is safe enough to be used directly on your skin.

Natural Anti-Aging Skin Care Blend

Maintaining proper skin care is the best way to combat aging and promote healthier looking skin for a long time. For this natural skin care blend that fights aging, you will need the following essential oils:

*10 drops each for frankincense, neroli, lavender, carrot, fennel, and evening primrose oil.

*3 drops of lemon essential oil

*2 drops of rosemary essential oil

Apply this skin care blend on your face and other parts of your skin on a daily basis. By doing so, you can provide proper nourishment to keeping your skin healthy

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      7 years ago

      Aside from anti-aging evening primrose oil has a lot of benefits. The evening primrose oil pregnancy can also provide treatment to swollen, tender breasts, menopausal symptoms as well as skin conditions such as eczema, arthritis, and diabetes peripheral neuropathy.

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      8 years ago

      Very nice Lens and I totally agree with what you wrote. Just to add on your lens, one of the anti aging products which I use are sunless tanning product, self-tanners, or tanning extenders: These home products are generally available over the counter and can give your skin a tanned look without exposing it to harmful ultraviolet (UV) rays and are commonly sold as creams, gels, lotions and sprays you apply to your skin. The active ingredient in most sunless tanning products is dihydroxyacetone (DHA).

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      8 years ago

      Very nice Lens and I totally agree with what you wrote. Just to add on your lens, one of the anti aging products which I use are sunless tanning product, self-tanners, or tanning extenders: These home products are generally available over the counter and can give your skin a tanned look without exposing it to harmful ultraviolet (UV) rays and are commonly sold as creams, gels, lotions and sprays you apply to your skin. The active ingredient in most sunless tanning products is dihydroxyacetone (DHA).

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      9 years ago

      Looking around for some anti aging ingredients thatâs all encompassing accessible to all skin types when I came across your page, excellent lens I must say, I picked up a few things from it.


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