Different skin types and their conditions can be treated with use of essential oils that can be applied in the morning and evening.
Healthy normal skin is neither too dry nor too oily.
Cleansing- with face wash or cleansing milk containing 1 to 2 drops of rose or chamomile.
Face oil- 2 to 4 drops of rose, patchouli, sage or germanium in jojoba or wheat germ oil is applied on a clean skin. The skin should be gently massaged with the finger tips, left for 15-30 minutes, then washed.
Face mask – apply fresh apricot pulp twice a week.
This is a fine type of skin and has a tendency to develop lines quickly.
Cleansing- with rose water.
Face oil – 2 to 3 drops of sandalwood, germanium in 1tsp wheat germ oil. For mature skin, patchouli with jojoba is useful. Apply with the finger tips, gentle massage and wash after 15 minutes.
Use herbal mask like cucumber paste once a week.
It is shiny and often with acne, blackheads or white heads.
Cleansing – with face wash or cleansing milk camphor.
Face oil – use antiseptic essential oils which are non-greasy and help in rebalancing the condition.
Oily and Acne skin
Cleansing is important, face wash 3-4 times everyday. Avoid makeup.
After each wash pat dry with tissue (avoid force as it spreads infection).
Face oil – 2 to 3 drops of lemon, juniper, lavender or tea tree oil in soya vegetable oil.
Face mask – put 2 to 3 drops of above mentioned oils in fuller’s clay and mix with water and apply twice a week.
Toning – In a spray bottle, fill rose water and put 2 drops of lemon or niaouli (shake well), and spray on face twice a day.
On the tip of acne tea tree oil can be applied, not to be massaged all over the face. Do not squeeze or touch the acne. A good diet, sleep, aerobic exercise and a well hydrated body is the key to good glowing skin.
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