20 of the Best Anti-Aging Oils for Naturally Beautiful Skin

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11. Argan Oil

This popular oil is made of mainly 80 percent fatty acids, which will simply work wonders when it comes to hydrating the skin. Argan oil will restore elasticity, reduce wrinkles, and fade those fine lines.


12. Tea Tree Essential Oil

This is perhaps one of the most well-known essential oils for those who are prone to acne breakouts. Tea tree oil has antibacterial compounds that will kill the bacteria that cause acne. Tea tree can also help to regulate oil production which will also help decrease the severity of breakouts. Mix a few drops of this essential oil with any of the carrier oils on this list.


13. Rosehip Seed Oil

Depending on the recipe you wish to use, this oil is quite versatile and it can be used as either an additive, like essential oils, or as a carrier oil. More than any other botanical oil, rosehip seed oil has more vitamin A, which can reduce the depth of winkles, lighten age spots, heal damaged skin, and increase the production of collagen. This oil is a very nourishing and loaded with essential fatty acids including omega-3 linolenic acid and omega-6 linoleic acid, which improve the texture and elasticity of the skin. Rosehip seed oil is a very lightweight oil when compared to other carrier oils but this can make this oil perfect for those who want the perfect complexion without the appearance or feeling of an oily face.


14. Patchouli Essential Oil

This is the perfect essential oil for those with more mature, aging skin. Patchouli oil encourages new cell growth and smooth’s fine lines and wrinkles. This oil also has antifungal, antibacterial and antiseptic compounds. This oil is very good for those who suffer from skin problems such as acne, psoriasis, dermatitis, or eczema.


15. Carrot Seed Oil

You might have seen a good number of lotions and face creams lately touting the benefits of carrot seed oil. Like the vegetable, carrot seed oil is loaded with antioxidant carotenoids which can improve the body’s immune system response to the suns UV rays, which can help prevent sun damage. These carotenoids stimulate the rejuvenation of skin cells and can help those with chronic skin conditions, such as psoriasis and eczema, to heal their flare ups.

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