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Affordable Clean Beauty for Your Face and Body

I’m talking about oil!  Not just any oil, I am not suggesting you cover yourself in Wesson.

No, there are a few oils that are easily absorbed and highly beneficial to both body and face.

My Top Affordable Clean Beauty Products

I’ve been using this Organic Sweet Almond Oil on my body after getting out of the shower.

It’s fantastic, imparting lots of moisture.

I add a tiny bit of my Lavanila or Vanilla Oleoresin Essential Oil to make it scented since it really has no smell.

Vanilla Oleoresin Essential Oil

 

Lavanila

For those of you allergic to everything, give this a try.

Next is Organic Castor Oil.

I know what you’re thinking- gross!

Just read on and consider this- castor oil is naturally derived from a plant and it has the ability to penetrate the layers of skin and hydrate and plump. It helps lengthen eyelashes without any side effects.

Organic Castor Oil

It works on bruises, sores,  pimples, wrinkles too. It’s a cure-all for anything.

It’s also one of the main ingredients in many lipglosses, feel free to apply it to your lips for extra moisture!

Add a few drops to shampoo to nurture your hair.

Here’s a quick facial: apply Castor Oil over your face, then press a warm washcloth to your face for a few minutes, when you remove, the skin will look rosy and healthy.

Last is Organic Rosehip Seed Oil.

 Rosehip Seed Oil

I’ve read that it’s effective for discoloration and scars but that is yet to be determined by me. It is highly moisturizing.

I particularly like this for around my eye area, its very gentle and does not have any fragrance.

I have the roller ball bottle that comes from Aubrey Organics and think it’s wonderful for deep wrinkles. I’ve been using a little of the castor oil plus this rosehip seed oil on my face and love the results.

I’ve been discovering oils that are ideal for those of us who are concerned with chemicals in products and want a more natural alternative.

There are fabulous creams and lotions in the drugstores and department stores but explore using natural oils and see for yourself how going ‘natural’ can be a very positive- and cost effective- change.