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Transform Your Skincare Routine with Facial Oils

The Magic of Facial Oils

Facial oils are often misunderstood, but they can be a transformative addition to your skincare regimen. Here's everything you need to know to get started:


When and How to Use Facial Oils

Facial oils are best used as the final step in your skincare routine to lock in moisture. Apply a few drops after your moisturizer, gently pressing the oil into your skin for maximum absorption. They can also be mixed with your foundation for a dewy finish or used as a targeted treatment for dry patches.


Which Oils Are Best for Which Skin Types?

  • Dry Skin: Look for oils rich in essential fatty acids, such as Rosehip or Avocado Oil, which provide deep hydration and nourishment.
  • Oily Skin: Surprisingly, lightweight oils like Jojoba and Grapeseed can help balance oil production and prevent breakouts.
  • Sensitive Skin: Calming oils like Chamomile and Calendula are excellent for reducing redness and irritation.
  • Mature Skin: Opt for antioxidant-rich oils like Argan and Pomegranate Seed Oil to combat signs of aging and boost skin elasticity.
Marula Oil, in particular, is known for its ability to deeply hydrate and improve skin firmness. This versatile oil is perfect for all skin types, providing essential nutrients and a youthful glow without clogging pores or causing irritation. Whether your skin is dry, oily, sensitive, or mature, Marula Oil is an excellent choice to enhance your skincare routine. Keep reading below for more information on why our Virgin Marula Luxury Facial Oil is a must-have for every Glow Insider.


Benefits of Incorporating Facial Oils into Your Regimen

Facial oils can:

  • Enhance hydration and maintain a healthy skin barrier.
  • Provide essential nutrients and antioxidants.
  • Improve skin texture and tone.
  • Offer a natural glow and youthful radiance.


Facial Oils vs. Facial Serums

While both facial oils and serums are vital for a well-rounded skincare routine, they serve different purposes. Serums are typically water-based and designed to deliver active ingredients deep into the skin, targeting specific concerns like wrinkles or hyperpigmentation.* Oils, on the other hand, are lipid-based and primarily focus on hydration and nourishment. Using both can provide comprehensive care for your skin.

*If you're looking for a serum to help with transforming dull skin to bright, check out our Brightening & Activating Serum!

For help with anti-aging, try our Refine & Restore Serum!