The Best Natural Oils for Your Body

 

natural healing oils

As the season is changing and we are moving towards warmer days, we are all looking forward to sun, sand and pool side fun. Spending more time outside in the sun, chlorine from the pool, and perhaps salt water can be damaging to your skin and keeping your skin balanced and hydrated can be quite the challenge. As you may already know, I am a big fan of using natural oils on my skin that are ultra hydrating. Natural oils contain less preservatives than most lotions. While I know it can be hard to find the right one for your skin(there are many options out there), I use them daily to give my skin a radiant and healthy finish.

I recently discovered Healing Natural Oils and here is a peek at some of my favorites:
Simply Body Oil: I use this multi-purpose body oil for moisturizing, massaging and even as fragrance substitute. Yes, I said fragrance! It smells like sweet flowers, so chic.

Lavender Essential Oil: Great for massage and achy muscles. This therapeutic oil promotes healthy circulation, revives tired muscles and give the skin super healthy sheen. It’s great after an evening bath- the relaxing lavender scent never fails to sooth me right to sleep.

H-Cellulite Formula: This oil is perfect to help with cellulites by improving the texture and tone of the skin. we all have those problem areas and I am no exception. With bikini season coming up, I will be using more of this oil to help restore my body’s natural beauty.

Simply Hand Oil: For those who know me, I wash my hands so many times. I know it’s not good and its causing my skin to dry. So, I’ve been using this oil and I’ve seen such an improvement. It makes my skin feel very soft.

If you want to try out any of these oils for yourself, you can take advantage of an extra 20% by using my code “MARYAM20”. Happy shopping darling!

14 thoughts on “The Best Natural Oils for Your Body

  1. It’s still a few weeks until we have temperatures that will allow me to worry about the chlorine from the pool, but with the weather being so bipolar, it’s really important to take care of your skin and these natural oils seem perfect for it. I’d particularly want to try the hand oil as my hands are always dry no matter how much I keep rubbing hand lotion on them. Thanks for the lovely tip to try these oils! 🙂
    xoxo
    Thomas

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  2. I’m such a fan of all kind of oils. I already have the lavender oil and absolutely love it. Never heard about the H-Cellulite and the Simply Hand Oil. I suffer a lot of dry hands while traveling and for sure will be looking forward to try this one. Thanks for sharing babe

    xoxo
    Marcy

  3. I must try these oils! Summer is so tough on your skin and I’m already such a fan of using oils for everything! I particularly want to try the hand oil as my hands are always dry! I use lavender oil on a daily bases already too!

    Manda

  4. Leaning more and more towards natural skincare, I need to look into using more oils on my body. That lavender oil sounds amazing. One time my boyfriend slipped some into my bathwater and I got out of the tub feeling so much more relaxed. I could always use an oil for my hands and cuticles too!

    http://www.thebeautybeau.com

  5. Hey Sweetheart,
    Hows you?
    Love essential oils sooo Much, Lavender one I use a Lot:) The H-Cellulite sounds interesting:)
    Need to check out this Brand:)
    Love Open Kloset By Karina
    Happy Tuesday

  6. Natural oils are the best! I love using seaweed oil to massage body and moisturize my skin.. As for face skin, I use some tea tree oil to kill acne. I never tried lavender one, but heard from my friend that it is really good. How about coconut? Have you tried?

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  7. WOW! I’m a fan of Essential Oils due to their healing power too! I use Doterra’s Tea Tree Oil on my zits to dry them out overnight and it has been serving me well.

    The H-Cellulite Formula sounds promising – I might wanna check it out cuz I’ve been binging too much lately *hehe

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