How to Use Essential Oils in Homemade Facial Masks

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Learn how to use essential oils in facial mask recipes for cleansing oily, dry, normal and combination skin types with expert homemade skin care tips in this free beauty video clip.

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I am Nili Nathan. I have a website and a TV show, Great Healing Getaways, where I write and research on topics of holistic health. Today I am going to show you how to make homemade facials right at home, there are ingredients that you can find right in your kitchen and important ingredients that I always use is 100% pure essential oils and I want to tell you the different oils that you can try depending on your skin types, so I am going to give you the different categories of skin types and the essential oils that you would use. Clary sage works for any skin type. So if you have normal skin, it would be a clary sage geranium, lavender, neroli, rose, sandalwood and rosewood. If your skin is oily, you may want to try clary sage, eucalyptus, lavender, lemon, peppermint, rose, rosemary, tea tree is particularly good, rosewood or cedar wood. For those of you with dry or sensitive skin, try camomile either as blue or romaine, frankincense, lavender, neroli and rosewood. If your skin is inflamed or you have an acne outbreak, you may want to try camomile either blue or roman, clary sage, lavender, lemon, neroli, rose, tea tree or rosewood. For mature skin, you can try clary sage, frankincense, jasmine, lavender, neroli, rose, sandalwood, carrot seed is particularly good, rosewood or patchouli. Those are the categories to use for essential oils that you may want to try.


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