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Organic Face Oil - How to use oils in your skin care routine

Many people are confused about how to use oils properly on the skin.  When using oils topically on the face, it’s important to use and apply them correctly to get the best results. You can incorporate these oils into your daily routine easily and discover how clear, smooth and ageless your skin can appear.

Oils need to be applied differently to your skin than a cream or moisturizer.  Oils should be patted into the skin to ensure superior absorption of essential nutrients.

Place 5-7 drops of our Organic Face Oil into the palm of your hand and warm the oil by gently rubbing your palms together and then push and press onto your face and neck.

If using oil for the first time always “patch test” a small area of skin first to check for any possible allergic reactions. I recommend testing on upper lip skin or under eyes; those are the most delicate areas, if you are allergic a reaction will occur within 12 hours.

You can use it once to twice a day as a moisturizer and healing treatment for your skin problems. You will see benefits within 24 hours to several weeks of consistent use.

Grapefruit Essential Oil is popularly known as a detoxification agent, as it helps activate your lymphatic system; rich in antioxidants, especially vitamin C and in low concentrations are vitamin A and lycopene; Cleansing the body; reducing depression; stimulating the immune system; natural arthritis treatment.  

Rose Essential Oil improves skin texture for youthful and healthy skin; excellent for acne control; beneficial for those who have sensitive skin, as it is generally safe for all skin types and does not usually cause allergic reactions; helps balance moisture levels in the skin; educes the appearance of skin imperfections; promotes an even skin tone and healthy complexion; emotionally uplifting

Lavender Essential Oil helps treat acne; aids in the treatment of eczema; Can detoxify the skin; Heals burns; A toner to boost circulation.

Our Organic Face Oil contains only

the best organic ingredients!

Green Tea Extract

Best For: Anti-Aging

Hasan Mukhtar, PhD, a professor and the director of research in the department of dermatology at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland.

Mukhtar believes, as do others, that green tea's antioxidant property is key to its skin-protective qualities. "Of all the antioxidants known to mankind, the components of green tea are the most potent," says Mukhtar. "Antioxidants are those agents which can counteract the effects of oxidant radicals." Oxidant radicals -- or free radicals, as they are commonly called -- are byproducts of the body that can cause damage to cells and tissues. Antioxidants bind to the free radicals, deactivating them before they can cause harm.

Most of the polyphenols in green tea are antioxidants by nature, have also been shown to function as anti-inflammatory and anticancer agents. Green tea has been shown to be the most effective agent against skin inflammation and cancerous changes in the skin.

In their review of the scientific literature, Mukhtar and his colleagues found evidence that the compounds in green tea protected mouse skin from cancer caused by sunlight. Additionally, his team conducted a few experimental studies on human skin, and found that the polyphenols in green tea also had anti-inflammatory and anticancer properties.


Hemp Oil

Best For: Acne

Hemp oil is an amazing moisturizer for acne-prone skin because it has a zero comedogenic rating – this means that it will not clog your pores and create breakouts. Hemp oil is high in linoleic acid, which has been shown to be deficient in the skin of people with acne. 

Grapeseed Oil

Best For: Oily Skin

Grapeseed is a lightweight oil that penetrates the skin quickly, not leaving an oily residue behind. It effectively moisturizes the skin, balancing oily and dry patches. It fights free radicals and helps restore collagen, making it an excellent anti-aging oil; fights inflammation, reduces itching and improves skin elasticity.

Argan Oil

Best For: Anti-Aging

Argan oil is all the rage, and for a good reason. It is high in vitamin E and other antioxidants. It is another oil that will not clog pores. Argan oil can actually stimulate new cell growth and increases cell turnover, thus exfoliating and clearing pores.

Argan oil is an excellent anti-aging oil because it restores the skin’s lipid barrier, softens and plumps the skin, and mops up free radicals.

Rosehip Seed Oil

Best For: Discoloration

Rosehip Seed oil is a superstar at repairing sun damage and discoloration. This oil contains vitamin C and vitamin A (retinol). Rosehip is an excellent rejuvenating oil, it reduces the appearance of scars, stretch marks, age spots, and hyper-pigmentation like no other oil can.

Red Raspberry Seed Oil

Best For: Irritated Skin

Red Raspberry seed oil has exceptional anti-inflammatory properties and works well on eczema and other skin rashes. It moisturizes the skin and contains an abundance of antioxidants.

Raspberry seed oil has been shown to offer some UVB and UVC protection (it’s SPF has been calculated to be between 28 -50). Ellagic acid contained in raspberry seed oil has been shown to inhibit skin cancer in animals.

Sea Buckthorn Oil

Best For: Sensitive Skin

Sea Buckthorn oil contains an omega 7 fatty acid that rejuvenates and promotes healing in the skin. It is excellent for dryness, redness, eczema, and rosacea. It is moisturizing, gentle, soothing, and anti-aging.

High in vitamins C and E, making it an excellent free radical scavenger. It nourishes the skin, repairing inflammation and boosting elasticity.

Meadowfoam Seed Oil

Best For: Anti-Aging

Slightly waxy and closely resembles human sebum; used in skin care to naturally helps your skin to effectively form a barrier to lock in moisture and deliver nutrients deep into your epidermis; known to protect the skin from ultraviolet rays which can cause skin diseases especially in the case of prolonged exposure;

superb anti-oxidant properties, skin softening benefits and nourishing, high antioxidant composition

Kukui Nut Oil

Best For: Sensitive Skin

prevents/treats stretch marks; beneficial to the skin, soothing and softening it without leaving a greasy film; contains vitamins A, C, and E, which are antioxidants known to protect the skin and prevent free-radical damage to the skin cells; easily absorbed by the deepest layers of the skin, and forms a protective barrier on the skin that protects against environmental damage

Camellia Seed Oil

Best For: Anti-Aging

Excellent moisturizer; a superb antioxidant. It resists rancidity strongly; protects the skin from free radical damage due to its antioxidant. Reduces ageing due to the skin and other environmental free radicals; can prevent certain cancers from even occurring; mild astringent effect which makes it good for treating injuries and scars; reduces inflammation on the skin; restores moisture balance to dry skin; improves complexion; softens wrinkles and tiny age lines

Cranberry Seed Oil

Best For: Sensitive

Contains a balanced ratio of omega 3 to omega 6 fatty acids; absorbs well into the skin, giving great hydration; your skin is more likely to absorb the potent antioxidants, Vitamin E, and other nutrients from the oil; suitable for all skin types including acne prone skin.

Sweet Almond Oil

Best For: All Skin

Packed full of vitamins A, B, B2, B6, and unrefined and unsaturated essential fatty acids which are recommended in the treatment of skin disorders including: psoriasis, eczema, dry skin and erysipelas (a type of infection); suitable for all skin types; benefits all skin types due the amazing combination of skin healing properties.

Baobab Oil

Best For: All Skin

Excellent moisturizer for the skin; protects the skin from excessive high and low temperatures; promotes rejuvenation of skin cells; promote wound healing; prevents the skin from free radical damage; considered an anti-inflammatory because of the presence of omega fatty acids in it.

Rice Bran Oil

Best For: All Skin

Natural vitamin E plus vitamin B help increase elasticity while maintaining hydration, which helps to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles; also contains “squalane,” which is a natural organic compound that helps with the synthesis of cholesterol and vitamin D in the human body, and is also a natural fat produced by human skin cells. By helping to replenish our supply of squalane, boosts skin’s natural regeneration process.

Rice bran oil has a slight anti-melanin property that naturally helps to protect the skin from sun damage and brighten skin, helping to face dark spots and smooth skin tone; very effective in the fading of scar tissue and improving the general condition of the skin; helps to reduce the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines; helps to protect the skin from environmental aggression's.

Carrot Seed Oil

Best For: Anti-Aging

Repairs damage done to your tissues; stimulates circulation which nourishes the skin; toning up tissue and muscle thus increases their efficiency; stimulation of new cells and tissues.

Unrefined Tamanu Oil

Best For: Anti-Aging

Potent Skin Oil for Healing Acne Scars, Eczema and Sun Damage; promotes healthy cell growth;  ; promotes healthy cell growth; Pacific islanders regularly use tamanu for sunburns due to its regenerative effects to help counteract aging caused by UV related free radicals

Many people with acne are actually over-drying their skin with astringent products.  Astringents can actually aggravate your skin, causing excess oil production in a backlash response.  A nutrition rich oil like tamanu can restore elasticity and hydration balance to the skin.


Please be advised Tamanu has a STRONG celery scent.  The Essential Oils added only cover the scent but not mask it.  The aroma dissipates after a couple hours.

Disclaimer – all information is based on research and what works with me and my testers.  My skin is T-zone and tends to oily.  I have tested on Caucasian, Asian, African American and Pacific Islander.

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