Essential Oils For Beauty

I want to ask you a question. How many hundreds of dollars do you spend each month on expensive beauty products? Would you continue to spend your money on these products if you knew that they were filled with chemicals that were actually bad for your skin?

The truth is that all of the beauty products that we purchase from any store are packed full of chemicals and are actually doing more harm to our skin than they are doing good.

On top of this, studies have found that even the most expensive beauty products work no better than the cheaper ones, which, do not come through on the promises that they keep.

We all know that most of the products that we are purchasing do not work. If they did, the world would be filled with 70-year old’s that looked 20 and yet we continue to purchase these products.

Instead, there are actually products that you can make at home which will reduce wrinkles, get rid of blotchiness, light spots, redness, dark spots, and even blemishes.

There are several different essential oils that are going to help to rejuvenate your skin and to help prevent as well as reduce your wrinkles. They include Rose, Sandalwood, Myrrh, Frankincense, Vetiver, Lavender, Spikenard, Geranium, Helichrysum, Ylang Ylang, and Patchouli.

You might be asking yourself how you are supposed to know which of these you should use and which will work best for your skin. That is exactly what I want to answer for you.

The first thing that I want to let you know is that some essential oils are more expensive than others and for good reason. Let’s take a look at rose essential oil. It takes 60 roses just to create one drop of rose essential oil. That means that it will take 65 pounds of roses to create 1 15 milliner bottle of rose essential oil. To create a full ounce of rose essential oil, 60 thousand roses must be used. This means that you have to be prepared to pay for these products, but it is also important for you to remember that most of the recipes in this book are actually going to cost about 1 cent per drop which is very cheap when compared to over the counter beauty products.

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