Rosehip Seed – Rejuvenating
Rosehip is a rich, anti-aging beauty oil full of vitamins and omega 3. This makes it very nourishing and great to use as a base oil for an anti-ageing facial or for massaging any areas with particularly dry skin. It also makes a very healing hair oil for dry and damaged hair. Like the other couple of oils, this is a great all rounder and suitable for all skin types/mature.
Jojoba – Conditioning
I like using jojoba beauty oil as a base oil in facials for those with normal/greasy skin as it is a quick absorbing, very light oil and really good at balancing the skins sebum levels (the oil your skin makes). It is a natural anti-inflammatory so great for those who suffer from outbreaks. If using on your hair, it makes it super shiny and won’t leave your hair flat.
Argan – Nourishing
My preferred method of using argan beauty oil is as a hair oil. I apply it before I go to bed from scalp down to the ends, then wash it off in the shower in the morning. It is high in vitamins and omega oils so good for dry skin and hair. It leaves my hair smooth and feeling healthy.
If like me, you loooove giving or receiving massage, then you’ll enjoy a previous post I did featuring Amphora Aromatics on How to Pamper your Feet in 5 Easy Steps. I’ve also reviewed (and been very impressed with) their Rose & Frankincense Toner and Jasmin, Mimosa & Rosehip Face Cream.
Have you tried any Amphora Aromatics products before? Do you use any beauty oils as part of your skincare or haircare routine?
*PR supplied product. All thoughts and opinions my honest own.