Steps to All Natural Beauty Routine

A Natural Beauty Routine that Fits Your Organic Lifestyle

Carrier oils can protect your skin, keep away wrinkles, clear away pimples and supply you with nutrients. They’re the perfect way to create an all natural beauty routine. And, when you’re in the habit of using them, they’re a daily delight, like sipping hot coffee or hugging your dog.

Here are five simple, effective ways to add oils to your routine.

1. Morning Jojoba

Leven Rose Jojoba Oil, which is completely organic, cleans skin and kills bacteria. On top of that, it’s packed with zinc, copper, vitamin E and other health-giving substances.

Each morning, rub a few drops of this oil into your face to cleanse your face from the buildup of dirt and bacteria accumulated while you slept, then rinse your face with warm water and gently pat your face dry.

2. Floral Water

Another lovely morning ritual is using floral waters. Also known as hydrosols or toning waters, these liquids can reduce inflammation and heal wounds.

Once you’ve cleansed your face and patted it dry, you can use a cloth or a cotton ball to rub in several drops of Rose Water, Neroli Water or Lavender Water. Rose Water by Leven Rose comes with a mist top so you can mist it onto your face.

Also, Lavender Water is especially soothing if your skin is sensitive or red.

3. Moisturizer and Oils

Next, spread two to four drops of Carrot Seed Oil, Sea Buckthorn Seed Oil or Pumpkin Seed Oil on your face and neck. Carrot Seed Oil in particular is highly recommended as a moisturizer. Made from Queen Anne’s Lace, it provides some UV protection. Therefore, you can put it on before your daily natural sunscreen.

Are you having trouble keeping your poor eyes open? When you gently apply one or two drops of Coffee Bean Oil around them, caffeine will seep into your system and help your tired eyes stay open. How’s that for a boost to your natural beauty routine?

4. Evening Jojoba

You’ve returned home after a long day. Before you kick those feet up, pull out the Jojoba Oil again.

Wash off your makeup with water or use a makeup wipe. Then, rinse your skin with cold water. It’ll close your pores so they won’t take in dust and other particles overnight.

For eye makeup, use 3-4 drops of Jojoba Oil on a cloth or cotton ball. Close one eye, gently press the remover against it and hold it there a moment. Rinse your eye and repeat these steps with the other eye.

5. Nighttime Moisturizing

Rosehip Oil has powerful nourishing and moisturizing qualities. After applying your regular moisturizer, rub it into your neck and face. How many drops should you use? Try two for oily skin, five or six for dry skin and three or four for skin that’s neither oily nor dry.

As a bonus tip, Argan Oil is ideal for pre-blowout treatments, taming flyaways, easing sensitive skin ― it’s non-comedogenic ― and attaining smoothness all over. It’s the perfect extra to add to your natural beauty routine.

Whether it’s a workday or a day off, oils can give you a joyful start and a peaceful finish. They’ll revitalize your body, clear your mind and lift your spirits.

What You Need to Know

  • Use Jojoba Oil in the morning to gently oil cleanse your skin. Rub into skin then wipe off with a warm damp washcloth or rinse off with warm water.
  • Tone skin with Rose Water to even skin tone and soothe redness.
  • Follow with a moisturizing oil like Carrot Seed Oil that adds a boost of UV protection. Then apply your daily sunscreen.
  • Gently apply Coffee Bean Oil to brighten eyes and boost collagen production around the eye area.
  • At the end of the day, cleanse skin with Jojoba Oil for gentle cleansing.
  • Moisturize and repair skin in the evening with Rosehip Oil.
  • For pre-blowout treatment, apply Argan Oil to tame flyaways or to use on extra sensitive skin.

ABOUT LEVEN ROSE

Based in Colorado Springs, Colorado Leven Rose offers an expanding natural product line that includes the #1 Beard Oil on Amazon, a Boar Bristle Beard Brush, Wooden Bamboo Beard Comb, the #1 Jojoba Oil on Amazon, Argan Oil, Cold-Pressed Rosehip Oil, Natural Pomegranate Oil, Moroccan Rose Water, Watercress Oil, and more.

Sources:
http://www.goodhousekeeping.com/beauty/anti-aging/a36318/face-oils-benefits/
http://naha.org/explore-aromatherapy/about-aromatherapy/what-are-hydrosols/
http://www.refinery29.com/how-to-use-oil-on-skin
http://www.wellnesstoday.com/beauty/15-surprising-beauty-uses-for-jojoba-oil

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Written by Laura