Saturday October 20, 2018

Want to Know the Best Face Oil? These Five Will Definitely Help You!

Facial oils have a unique property of regenerating your skin. You can do the same for your face by knowing the best face oil for your skin type.

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Benefits of Facial Oils for Skin

We always adore the ancient Egyptians for their flawless and vibrant beauty. Did you know that Oil is the real reason behind their beauty? Yes, that’s true! They applied Moringa oil. They considered Moringa oil as the best face oil. The thought of applying oil on your face may irk you to a great extent, but the benefits which oil gives you, cannot be given by cosmetic in this world. From preventing wrinkles to shrinking the enlarged face pores, they offer you a great deal. If you have dry skin, then oil acts as your skin’s antibiotic.

Five best face oils which can give you a flawless skin:

1. Jojoba Oil

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Jojoba oil.                                                                                                                                                         Pixabay.

 

The Unique feature of Jojoba oil is its similarity to our skin structure.It gets completely dissolved in the skin; balances out sebum production and prevents acne. It is comprised of important minerals and nutrients and functions as an element of all-day moisture to the skin. It is the best face oil for skin types- sensitive, dry and aged.

 

2. Castor Oil

There can be nothing as good as Castor Oil to deal with skin breakouts. Its antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties eliminate the acne-causing bacteria, which helps in the reduction of skin breakouts; thus, making it a great deal for skin types prone to breakouts. It consists of Vitamin E, proteins, minerals and unsaturated fatty acids. It can heal the scars of skin. It is the best face oil for skin types which struggle with acne and sunburns.

 

3. Tamanu Oil

Tamanu oil is being used in medicines since ages. It has the capability of healing wounds and regenerating skin cells by fighting bacteria. The oil contains a lipid, calophyllolide, which is highly anti-inflammatory. It is beneficial for broken skin and the skin damaged from acne.

 

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4. Hemp seed oil

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Hemp seeds.                                                                                                                                                     Pixabay.

Hemp Seed Oil reduces facial pores and eliminates. Its anti-inflammatory properties induce elasticity in the skin. It comprises of 80% fatty acids and has the ideal ratio of omega-6 to omega-3 EFA (Essential Fatty Acids). Hemp seed oil is the best face oil.

 

5. Rosehip oil

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Rosehip.                                                                                                                                                      Pixabay.

Rosehip oil the best face oil for skin types- dry and oily. It penetrates to the deepest layers of the skin and regenerates cells. It is highly rich in vitamin C, Omega-6 and Omega-3 fatty acids, which help in curing scars. It also reduces the appearance of wrinkles and brightens the skin.

by Megha Acharya of NewsGram.   Megha can be reached at Twitter @ImMeghaacharya.

 

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Breezy Silhouettes For Every Sartorial Occasion

Denim jackets got an extensive ornamental update last season and the trend is here to stay this season as well.

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There is nothing as effortless as a maxi dress. Flickr

Do you typically reach out for a jeans paired with a top every time you go out, just to avoid wearing something uncomfortable? Think beyond this.

Ashish Gurnani, Co-Founder Postfold, and Shreyasi Pathak, Stylist at Vajor, brings you all stunning breezy looks to help you breakthrough your sartorial groove this season.

*Colour pattern: For a class apart office look, try to strike a balance between tradition and modernity, go for a kurta with long slit on the side, in order to extend the silhouette of your look. Add a pair of well-fitted pencil trousers in the same colour palate to keep your look suitable for work.

 

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For a class apart office look, try to strike a balance between tradition and modernity. Flickr

 

*Layering: One good thing about winter is that no amount of layers can be too many. Try to go for chic yet comfortable clothing like printed palazzo pants in deep, rich colours and team them with long “below the knee” shrugs for a boho look. It’s an everyday look that can be transformed into a great travel look by adding statement earrings and a scarf.

*Voluminous sleeves: While heading for a Sunday brunch or an office outing, go for a fitted dress with voluminous sleeves, the key is to let one feature of your clothing do the talking. Add minimal jewellery in order to keep things trendy.

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Go for a fitted dress with voluminous sleeves, the key is to let one feature of your clothing do the talking. Flickr

*Extensive jackets: Denim jackets got an extensive ornamental update last season and the trend is here to stay this season as well. You can go for an embroidered denim jacket or upgrade your basic ones with a set of enamel pins. Team this with a maxi skirt and a T-Shirt for a great look.

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*Maxi dress: There is nothing as effortless as a maxi dress. The comfortable fit and flowy silhouettes keep things hassle-free and allow you ample movement. Choose this look for a sundowner by the beach or for a day of shopping to keep things chic. Go for a printed maxi dress along with strappy sandals in tan for the perfect look. (IANS)