Why Oils Are Good for Treating Skin Ailments?

What is the first thing you do when you spot an anomaly on your skin or scalp? Rush to the doctor or the local pharmacy asking for the best treatment, right? What if we tell you there is a purely natural yet very effective way to prevent this and maintain healthy skin and scalp at home.

Something that not only gives your face a glowing appearance and helps you visibly reduce signs of ageing like wrinkles, but also tackle the serious issues you are seeking treatment for, like hair fall, pigmentation, acne, eczema or psoriasis.

What we are going to tell you is probably the most well kept secret in the world of medicine. Every ancient civilisation from the Egyptians, Greeks and Romans to the Chinese and the Indians have heavily depended on this therapy. In fact this knowledge has been lost to us several times through the ages, only to be rediscovered by chance.

We are talking about the power of pure plant oils. Widely used in aromatherapy, oils are proven to have unique benefits and the best composition for treating skin and scalp concerns. This knowledge is backed by both ancient wisdom as well as modern science. Without the fear of side effects, and absolutely natural in origin, this method may sound too simple to be true, but there is a lot of science behind it. Please read on if you would like to understand oils for skin or scalp treatments, or simply to find the best way to get glowing, luminous skin for your face.

How oils work on skin and scalp?


Oils work by penetrating your skin or scalp to varying extent. For example, essential oils are known to enter your lymphatic system through topical application and inhalation and heal the inner balance of your body. Cold pressed oils applied topically improve the lipid balance of our epidermis (the outermost layer of skin) thereby assisting the skin in producing the optimal amount of sebum, the natural moisturiser of our skin.

Which is the best face oil for glowing skin?


Both of the inner and outer work described above, is necessary for skin ailments to heal, or simply to rejuvenate dull skin that lacks lustre. For example, jojoba oil is one of those well known oils (actually an ester by composition) that is considered the best face oil for glowing skin. We would argue that the best face oil for glowing skin is actually specific to your skin type and is often not a single oil but a blend that gives you the right mix of linoleic and oleic acids. For example, if you have dry, dehydrated skin with rosacea, a blend of argan oil and sweet almond oil would be best to repair your skin, whereas the best face oil for glowing skin if you are suffering from oily skin prone to acne, should include grapeseed and hempseed oils, with a dash of calming calendula, palmarosa and of course, an antibacterial tea tree oil.

Which is the best hair fall treatment oil?


Not just our face, the skin on our scalp also responds very similarly to oils. In spite of several drugs and treatments being available with claims to treat hair fall, the best solution to this wide spread issue is the right hair fall treatment oil that work on the scalp. Oils that are blended in a hair fall treatment oil would not only be high in vitamin E to protect against free radical damage, but would also improve the microbiome on the scalp, promoting healthy hair growth. Some may argue that the best hair fall treatment oil varies from person to person, and we would have to largely agree, but based on our extensive research with hair fall issues and corroborated by stories from our users, we strongly feel that the singular problem to tackle using a hair fall treatment oil is to make the scalp healthy and conducive to hair growth.

What is best for oily scalp treatment?


On similar lines, you may have heard that oily scalp treatment and treatments for dandruff and psoriasis of the scalp, should include only shampoos and serums that remove excess oil, but that too is a popular myth. The primary focus of oily scalp treatment should be improving the imbalance of oils being produced by your scalp. Natural oils like jojoba and rosemary when included in oily scalp treatment, effectively balance and reduce the excess oil production by your scalp. So does a switch to healthier shampoos and hair washes. It may sound counter-intuitive but harsh sulphates or surfactants in shampoos actually are a hindrance to oily scalp treatment.

How do I identify the best quality oils for my face or scalp?

We have often come across people who use refined oils, deodorised oils, mineral oil or oil derivatives like triglycerides, and still struggle with their skin, scalp and hair fall issues. This happens because the quality of the oil determines how much of its nutrients are protected and that is what finally helps in treating the problem from within, whether it is pigmentation on skin, flakes on scalp or oily scalp treatment.


Whether you are looking for the best face oil for glowing skin, or you are suffering from a serious skin ailment like eczema or psoriasis, or you are simply tired of your scalp turning oily within a day after shampoo and would like to find a permanent oily scalp treatment, superior quality plant oils are the best key to solving your problems. And by oils, we mean the appropriate blend of raw, unprocessed, cold pressed oils like coconut, olive and jojoba on the one hand, and 100% steam distilled essential oils like tea tree, rosemary, lavender, frankincense and geranium on the other.

We are big believers in the power of raw oils and have formulated each of our blends keeping your skin and hair concerns in mind. After all, beauty is nothing but an outer reflection of our inner health, wellbeing and sense of balance.


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