Essential oil profiles for Homemade Skin care Recipes  Below are a list of essential oils that work great in skin care recipes and formulas. Always read labels to see intended use and usage amounts.we have put together a list of wonderful essential oils that are often used in skin care recipes and formulas. There are more out there but we choose these due to their added skin care benefits.

 

         
 
 

   
 

 

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Below are a list of essential oils that work great in skin care recipes and formulas. Always read labels to see intended use and usage amounts. Read at the botton of the page about How to Use Essential Oils in homemade skin care recipes.  
 
Essential Oils For Acne: Tea tree, Manuka, Helichrysum, lavender, spike lavender, rose geranium, tea tree, Petitgrain, grapefruit, sandalwood, Vetiver, German chamomile, atlas Cedarwood, rosewood, Palma Rosa, thyme, Cajeput, Niaouli, peppermint, lemongrass. 
 
Essential Oils For Combination skin: Australian niaouli (melaleuca quinquenervia C), calendula, chamomile, carrot seed, geranium, lavender, palmarosa, rose, rosemary.
 
Essential Oils For Dry Skin: Carrot seed, Cedarwood, clary, frankincense, jasmine, geranium, lavender, orange, Palma Rosa, rose, roman chamo, rosewood, neroli, patchouli, Petitgrain, Mandarine petitgrain, Vetiver, sandalwood, ylangylang, carrot seed, lavender, rose.
 
Essential Oils For Mature Skin: Carrot seed, elemi, Cistus, frankincense, galbanum, fennel, geranium, myrrh, patchouli, rose, Clary, rosewood, sages, cypress, fennel, lavender, neroli, Sea Buckthorn Berry Extract, Rose Hip Extract. Grapefruit, Sandalwood.
 
Essential Oils For Oily Skin: Roman & German chamos, Cedarwood, (atlas, red, texas) geranium, Clary, lavender, Ylang-ylang, lemon, peppermint, Niaouli, Cajeput, cypress, calendula infusion, frankincense, patchouli, sandalwood, juniper, Melissa, yarrow, coriander, Petitgrain, grapefruit, Lavandin, spike lavender, rose.
 
Essential Oils For Sensitive Skin: Roman & German chamomile, rose, Palma Rosa, lavender neroli, rosewood, carrot, angelica, jasmine, Neroli, Chamomile.
 
Essential Oils For Psoriasis: Bergamot, Helichrysum, Cajeput, carrot seed, German or roman chamomile, Lavender, Juniper, Sandalwood, Tea tree.
 

 

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How to use Essential Oils for Natural Skin Care Recipes, best essential oils for skin care
 
When it comes to using essential oils in homemade natural bath and body products there's one saying that means a lot... Less is Best. Just because these little miracle oils are loaded with health benefits doesn't mean the more the better.
These are highly concentrated formulas that must be used with care and with plenty of knowledge. Some shouldn't be used on pregnant women. Some need to be avoided if you have certain health concerns. You must always do your research on a particular oil you wish to use to find out if there are any precautions or advisories.
 
Below are some great tips and advice when using essential oils in your skin care recipes and blends.
 
How much Essential oils to use in homemade skin care recipes
 
When using EOs in skin care blends, less is best! Normal dilution" is 2.5%, or 15 drops essential oil to one ounce ( 2 tablespoons) of carrier oil. 
 
  • Normal dilution is 2.5%, or 15 drops essential oil to one ounce ( 2 tablespoons) of carrier oil. For spot treatments, intensive skin treatments
  • Low Dilution by 1%-1.5%  or 6-9 drops per 1 tablespoon oil Everyday usages like facial cleansers, serums moisturizers, most skin care blends should stick to this ration:
  • Extremely low Dilution by 0.5% or 3 drops in 1 tablespoon of carrier oil Sensitive skins, eye treatments
The above is a general guideline. Some EOs must be used in lesser amounts. Some you can use in generous amount. But no more then 15 drops per 2 tablespoons in a guideline that is widely used. Always read the bottle for suggested use. Also see the recommended books on how to use essentials oils and carrier oils on the right hand side of the page to learn how to work with them and make your own creations.
 
  
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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