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5 Easy Almond Oil Skincare Recipes For Healthy Glowing Skin

Updated on July 5, 2018

Almond Oils Many Benefits

Everyone wants beautiful, smooth, and supple skin. Apart from helping us to look younger, beautiful skin that makes us appear healthier and enjoy a radiant glow all the time. But in the quest for beautiful skin, many people go and out and buy cosmetics that can may give the appearance of beautifying them temporarily, but at the same time also expose them to harmful chemicals. Natural products instead, deliver real, natural, and long lasting beauty to your skin.

If there is one ingredient skin care product that has it all, one that you can also add a whole bunch of skin enriching, anti-ageing ingredients like essential oils, it is almond oil.

Almond oil has been a well-known ingredient for centuries with ancient Chinese and Indian physicians using it in treating dry, rough, and irritated skin. It has also been used to treat skin conditions like eczema and psoriasis. It is one of the best oils for keeping your hair and skin healthy. It is packed full with lots of nutrients and beneficial properties that are vital for beauty, making it a primary ingredient for many skin care products.

Almond oil is made by pressing the oil from raw or roasted almonds. You’ll usually find many varieties of almond oil, but they are generally classified into two – Bitter almonds, and Sweet almonds. Bitter almond oil is an essential oil whose main purpose is for scent and flavor; it’s not mean't for skin care purposes. Sweet almond oils are those popularly used for skin and hair care. They get their name from their sweet taste which means it does not only fulfil massage and facial care purposes, it can also be ingested.

Another reason why almond oil is beneficial is because of its ability to plump and firm the skin. It helps to remove dead skin cells and stimulate the growth of healthier skin. Apart from soothing dry skins, almond oil can also improve complexion and skin tone. It is full of vitamin E, and it’s a great source of magnesium, phosphorus, and copper. It also has antioxidant properties which is great for eliminating free radicals. Another nutrient it contains is omega-3 fatty acids which can help you maintain healthy cholesterol levels and improve your memory. Also, because it is antibacterial and full of vitamin A, almond oil can be used to treat acne. Almond oil can also help to heal sun damage, reduce the signs of aging, and fade scars. There are a variety of ways to use it to moisturize, soften, smooth and even the skin.

Below are 5 recipes using almond oil for skin care.

Almond Oil

Basic Almond Body Scrub

You can use almond oil as an instant scrub to clean your body. It leaves a “glowing” effect on your body and help you stay fresh for longer period of time with its natural vitamins.


  • Almonds – Half cup
  • Honey – 1 table spoon
  • Lemon Juice – 2 table spoons
  • Water – As per the paste thickness.

You can prepare this by soaking half a cup of almond cloves in water for about 2-3 hours. After this, drain the water and make it into a paste. You can then use this mixture as an instant body scrub anytime you need it.

Almond Flowers

Almond Face Scrub

You can use almond face scrub to remove dead skin cells from your skin. It helps to give your face a refreshing, younger and healthier look.


  • Almond cloves – 7
  • Milk- 2 table spoons
  • Water – Depends on thickness

Soak the almond cloves in water for 2-3 hours and then drain the water to make it a thick paste. You can add 2 table spoons of milk for extra glow to your skin. You can also add sugar or salt to almond oil to form a great exfoliating scrub. However, avoid adding salt to almond oil for sensitive or acne affected skin. Apply gently and scrub in circular direction and wash off with lukewarm water.

Essential Oils

Almond Face Mask

Almond face mask can be applied on a dry skin to help remove unwanted dead cells from the face and neck to avoid acne and extra dryness. Sensitive Skins in particular, will benefit from a soothing calming face mask as it will help reduce any redness or inflammation on the skin.


  • Almond powder – 1 table spoon
  • Egg white – 1
  • Lemon juice – 1 table spoon

Mix all these ingredients and apply this mixture on face for 10 to 15 minutes while avoiding eye area, then wash with cold water. This will nourish your skin and give it a slightly lifting effect.

Almond Face Mask

Essential Oils For Skincare Chart


Almond Oil for Dark Circles and Puffy eyes

Using almond oil can be a great way to reduce puffiness and control dark circles under your eye. By taking a few drops of almond oil to massage your skin under the eyes daily can help decrease the depth of dark circles.


  • Almond oil – 2 table spoons
  • Raw honey

Mix the almond oil and a few drops of honey together. Gently apply this mixture to the dark circles or areas of puffiness and gently massage it. To ensure the best results, you can leave it overnight and wash off with cold water the next morning. This method also works for those who have pimples. Do this every day to get noticeable results

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Face Mask

Simple Almond Oil and Aloe Vera Moisturizer

Aloe Vera also contains great nutrients and when used with almond oil, it can be very beneficial to the skin.


  • Aloe Vera gel – 4 tablespoons
  • Coconut oil 2 – tablespoons
  • Vitamin E Oil – 1 teaspoon liquid
  • 2 tablespoons – Almond oil

Mix the aloe and the oil properly in a clean bowl or cup. Then melt the coconut oil slowly and add it to the mixture you already prepared. You can then add the vitamin E oil and your moisturizer for normal skin use is ready.

Homemade SkinCare Recipes

Almond Oil Is Awesome!

There’s a whole lot of natural goodies in one tiny bottle of almond oil. It is a completely natural product and generally safe for anyone to use with hardly any side effects, but you should be aware that it may cause issues for people suffering from any kind of nut allergies. Sometimes, it may also cause acne breakouts, so it is recommended to use it as a part of a product formulated for acne.

Using almond oil face moisturizer as a solution and your face and body will only bring amazing benefits to your skin. So next time, you visit the supermarket, don’t forget to add this oily goodness to your shopping list!

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