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Best Skin, Nail, and Hair Products

Updated on October 4, 2018

If you struggle with weak nails, thinning hair, or blemishes, give these products a try.

I’ve tried numerous products in order to find the right products for my skin. Drugstore brands, the more expensive brands, and everything in between. I suffered from dry skin, yet oily skin, and breaking out with annoying pimples on my chin and forehead. It took these four amazing products to finally make a positive difference. The best part is, you won’t go broke trying to afford any of them. I’m one of those people who searches for instant results, and trust me, you will see results overnight. Personally, I buy them off of Amazon, but local drugstores should carry them. If you can, make sure they are organic. You don’t want any extra additives that will defeat the benefits of using them.

Let me add it may take more than just these oils to make a difference. I noticed a plant-based diet added to keeping my skin clear. The consumption of dairy made my cheeks extra red and dry. I had a mild case of eczema. Now, my skin does not have any of that. It cleared up way faster than I ever expected. I do still use make up remover, so it’s important to replace that natural oil the wipes take away. When you wake up the day after, simply wash your face with cool water to take off the remaining oil.

Let’s start with the product I tried first.

I use this on my skin mixed with a tad of rosehip oil. I warm it up by rubbing it between my hands (washed hands, of course) and then apply it to my cheeks and nose which are my problem areas. When I wake up in the morning, my skin is glowing and significantly less red. Castor oil can also be used on hair to keep it strong and thicken it. If you struggle with eyebrow thinning, this will help that too. It tames frizzy hair as well.

I not only use this for a natural tanning oil, I use it on my cuticles and the ends of my hair to keep it healthy. It supports nail growth too. I do not recommend using coconut oil on your face, though some people use it as a makeup remover. This is more for moisturizing your legs after shaving or just as a natural lotion. It will stain your clothes, so be sure to wear something you don’t mind it seeping into.

I only use this oil on my face. It has changed my life and my confidence by clearing up my skin nearly instantly. I suffer from dark circles (I can thank insomnia and my grandmother) yet once applying this, I saw a difference in about a week.

A friend of mine recommended this to me. It clears acne scars and acne. I did not suffer from acne (I am grateful), but she spent hundreds on dermatologists and Proactiv and nothing cleared up her skin like applying witch hazel to a cotton ball and then applying it on her face.

Just a sidenote

Keep in mind that because these products are oil, a little amount goes a long way. If you apply too much, it can clog your pores. Applying them every night or every other night will truly change your hair and skin for the better. As everyone’s skin differs, you will have to test out all of them to see which one works best for your individual needs. I can assure you that any of these products will work.


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