- The best oil for your face
- 1. Oily skin
- 1.1 Which oil to use for oily skin
- 1.1.1 Jojoba oil
- 2. Dry skin
- 2.1 Which oil to use for dry skin
- 2.1.1 Almond oil (coming soon in our shop!)
- 2.1.2 Marula Oil (coming soon in our shop!)
- 2.1.3 Hemp seed oil
- 2.1.4 Black cumin seed oil
- 3. Acne-prone skin
- 3.1 Which oil to use for acne-prone skin:
- 3.1.1 Rosehip oil
- 3.1.2 Castor oil
- 4. Normal skin
- 4.1 Which oil to use for normal skin:
- 4.1.1 Argan oil
- 5. Sensitive skin
- 5.1 Which oil to use for sensitive skin:
- 5.1.1 Moringa oil (coming soon in our webshop!)
- 5.1.1 Macadamia oil
- 5.1.2 Baobab oil
The best oil for your face
In the wonderful world of vegetable oils for the skin and natural facial oils, there is a lot of choice. If you can't see the forest for the trees, we understand. Maybe it's because putting oil on your acne-prone face seems crazy to you. Or do you have such sensitive skin that you think you can't use oil. Maybe you just think that the whole concept of a good dose of facial oils is too confusing for an easy skincare routine. Does a high concentration of vitamins and antioxidants scare you? Or you just really don't know which oil to use for your skin. And you don't know which oils are available that will make the skin shine again.
Whatever the reason, we're here to shout from the rooftops that facial oil is the only product that can truly treat your skin concerns. And oil gives you the beautiful skin and healthy skin of your dreams. And yes, every skin type can use it. So to prove it to you, we have come up with the best facial oil types for your oily skin, sensitive skin, dry skin, even your normal skin. Read below which oil for sensitive or oil for oily skin you can use for your skin.
1. Oily skin
It sounds contradictory, but the right oil can not only work as a miracle cure for removing excess fat from your face. Oil will also help stabilize and regulate your skin's sebum production, the skin's natural oil. This will make your oily skin less oily in general. Natural skin oil also no longer clogs pores, because the oil has a light texture. This makes the skin feel nice and nourished.
Use natural facial oil on oily skin as the last step in the skincare routine. This way you keep the moisture in your skin. When you use a moisturizer for oily skin, it is generally lightweight and oil-free. So you want these ingredients to be absorbed into the skin first to avoid dealing with clogged pores. You can then add a protective layer of oil into your moisturizer to prevent water loss."
1.1 Which oil to use for oily skin
1.1.1 Jojoba oil
Jojoba oil is an incredibly lightweight and breathable oil. The oil is great for combination skin that still needs some moisture. Because jojoba dissolves excess sebum production, it also helps control your shine. A real must-have in your skincare routine if treating oily skin is your goal.
2. Dry skin
You would think that any facial oil would automatically be a real must-have in your skincare routine for dry skin. Unfortunately, you cannot use all types of oil for your skin if it is sensitive. Some vegetable oils are naturally more astringent and lighter than others. For example, jojoba oil, grapeseed oil and pomegranate oil are dry oils. For dry skin, you want to use a rich oil with a good dose of unsaturated fatty acids. For example, oleic acid helps care for the skin, retain moisture and reduce irritation due to dryness.
Mix 3-5 drops of oil with your night cream and apply to both the face and neck. You can also spread your moisturizer to create a protective barrier to prevent dry air from stripping the moisture from the skin.
2.1 Which oil to use for dry skin
2.1.1 Almond oil (coming soon in our shop!)
Almond oil is intensely moisturizing and gentle enough for anyone with eczema, dermatitis or just very dry skin. It also contains a good dose of vitamins and antioxidants such as A. These vitamins and antioxidants help skin reduce the appearance of fine lines with regular use. Almond oil also works well on mature skin!
2.1.2 Marula Oil (coming soon in our shop!)
Massage marula oil into the skin and you will notice that it is well absorbed into the skin. The oil is still rich enough to hydrate and soothe your dry skin all day or night. Marula oil contains a high concentration of unsaturated fatty acids, free radicals, vitamins and antioxidants. This makes marula oil a real must-have in your skincare routine.
2.1.3 Hemp seed oil
What does dry skin need? That's right, more fluid! One of the best facial oils for retaining moisture is Hemp seed oil. This oil strengthens the outer layer of the skin with fatty acids and important vitamins such as A, C and F. If you suffer from eczema or psoriasis, Hemp Seed Oil can help soothe the skin and produce new skin cells. This natural facial oil has a sebum-regulating effect. This is perfect if you struggle with dry skin, because it is accompanied by increased sebum production. Do you suffer from tired skin due to stress or sleepless nights? Then Hemp Seed Oil is also your new skincare favorite.
2.1.4 Black cumin seed oil
It is as old as the road to Rome, but it really comes from the Middle East. Black cumin seed oil has an antibacterial effect and is anti-inflammatory. This makes it a perfect natural facial oil for dry skin or acne and other skin conditions. Black cumin seed oil is a wonderful elixir for skincare and health. It is rich in minerals, Omega-3, 6 and 9 and linoleic and linolenic acid. The last two also help reduce wrinkles and fine lines. This way you also have your anti-aging facial oil in the pocket.
3. Acne-prone skin
The key to reducing your breakouts is to add natural facial oils to your skincare routine. Most acne treatments on the market are filled with irritating ingredients that strip the skin of natural oils. If your skin is dry and inflamed, it produces excessive sebum. Excessive sebum production leads to pimples and blackheads. However, acne-safe facial oils work to nourish your skin. Your body can heal the pimples you have without causing more.
Add a special oil for acne skin in the last step of your skincare routine. Try a patch test on the most acne-prone area of your face first. This is the most reactive spot and therefore the most accurate. Do this for a week to see what happens. If your skin doesn't break out, massage a few drops of oil onto your skin at night at the end of your skincare routine.
3.1 Which oil to use for acne-prone skin:
3.1.1 Rosehip oil
If you want to treat your irritated skin with red spots and pimples, you can use rosehip oil. The harmless oil deeply hydrates the skin without causing clogged pores. The oil contains a good dose of unsaturated fatty acids that also fade acne scars. Furthermore, the oil reduces redness and makes the skin look calm again.
3.1.2 Castor oil
Castor oil is also called castor oil. This versatile powerhouse is at home in almost all markets. Castor oil stimulates hair growth in, for example, the eyelashes and eyebrows. Our castor is packed with omega9 fatty acids and is therefore a good way to care for sensitive skin. Because the oil has a cleansing effect, it clears the skin of pores. Due to the low molecular mass in the oil, it penetrates deep into the skin and has a bactericidal effect. For this reason, castor oil is a good remedy against (mild) acne and gives dry skin and sensitive skin a fresh tint.
4. Normal skin
If you do not have oily skin, dry skin, sensitive skin or acne, you most likely have normal skin. That means you can use a carrier oil in your skincare routine without worrying about clogged pores and irritation or dryness.
Normal skin is naturally less dry. So less oil is needed compared to dry skin. Try mixing 2-3 drops of oil into your night cream. A good natural facial oil protects your skin and provides a healthy appearance.
4.1 Which oil to use for normal skin:
4.1.1 Argan oil
Argan oil is the oil for people with normal skin. The natural oil is rich and soothing. Argan oil is quickly absorbed and contains a good dose of vitamin E. Vitamin E oil contains powerful antioxidants. The vitamins and antioxidants prevent skin damage and dark spots and fine lines by blocking environmental damage. Massage it in in the morning or evening as the last step of your skincare routine.
5. Sensitive skin
If you have sensitive skin, the best facial oil is one that specifically works to improve your skin barrier. And that means finding a formula that ensures that the skin is irritated as little as possible. An oil with absolutely no essential oils that tend to irritate sensitive skin.
Whichever oil you choose, test it first with a patch test and wait 24 hours to check for a reaction. If your skin seems calm, you can massage the oil in the morning and/or evening as the last step of your skincare routine.
5.1 Which oil to use for sensitive skin:
5.1.1 Moringa oil (coming soon in our webshop!)
This powerhouse is packed with powerful antioxidants and protects your skin against irritating free radicals. The oil contains unsaturated fatty acids that help repair dry and damaged skin and protects your skin barrier. Finally, the oil contains anti-inflammatories to soothe irritated skin. Moringa oil is also lightweight and quickly absorbed. The oil is still moisturizing enough for dry skin and ideal for sensitive skin. You can therefore easily apply the oil under make-up.
5.1.1 Macadamia oil
Nourishing, soothing and with a healing effect. The gentle Macadamia oil is perhaps the best facial oil for both sensitive skin and mature skin. Macadamia oil ensures supple skin and helps reduce and care for scars. Despite the high content of unsaturated fats, the oil does not feel greasy. The nourishing effect of natural Macadamia oil is also suitable for dry and damaged hair. Say goodbye to those split ends!
You can apply this natural facial oil to cleansed skin in the morning and evening for the best results.
5.1.2 Baobab oil
Another perfect, natural facial oil for sensitive skin is Baobab oil. Maybe a bit difficult to pronounce, but certainly not difficult to apply. Apply a few drops of this orange-colored oil with a nut scent to your skin before going to sleep, massage it in well to improve the firmness of your skin and voilà, ready for bed. This Baobab oil is one of the best natural oils to restore the skin and improve elasticity. This is due to the correct ratio of fats, various vitamins and antioxidants. Did you know that this oil also restores your scalp and hair? That's a nice plus.
Hopefully all this information has given you a good overview of the different types of natural facial oils and you can now make the right choice for your skin type. Let us know in the comments what you think is the best facial oil of 2022.=== blog products === Rosehip oil | 100% Organic & Cold Pressed === blog products === Castor oil | 100% Organic & Cold Pressed === blog products === Baobab Oil | 100% Organic & Cold Pressed === blog products === Macadamia oil | 100% Organic & cold pressed === blog products === Black cumin seed oil | 100% Organic & Cold Pressed === blog products === Argan oil | 100% Organic & Cold Pressed === blog products ===