How to use natural oil in moisturizing cream

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Moisturising skin is very important in every season. Whatever the tone of your skin, if the skin is dry then it decreases your beauty. Therefore it is important to keep your skin hydrated and moisturised. There are a variety of products available in the market for the purpose. But these products are chemical based and not a healthy option for skin in long terms. If you want to keep your skin hydrated and moisturised in every season then some natural oil can be beneficial. These oils improve the health of the skin. Moreover, you can use these oil by mixing them with your moisturiser. (Also read: What are the best foods to get rid of an oily skin)

Let’s know which oils you can use by adding them in moisturizers.

Almond oil
Almond oil is very beneficial for the skin. It improves the overall health of the skin. It contains vitamin A, E which help to keep the skin moisturised. So add one-fourth spoon of almond oil to your moisturising cream.

Olive Oil
Olive oil is very beneficial to prevent skin related problems. Olive oil is rich in anti-oxidants and very beneficial for your skin health. It also keeps the skin hydrated. For this, you can add half a teaspoon of olive oil to your moisturizer cream. (Also read: What Are The Best Hair Mask To Reduce Dandruff Easily)

Coconut oil
It is well-known fact that coconut oil is helpful to eliminate skin related problems. The coconut oil keep skin hydrated and moisturised in every season. You can apply coconut oil before make up or mixing it with moisturiser cream.

Castor oil
This oil is thicker. Therefore, use in a lesser amount to keep your skin moisturised and hydrated. Use 3-4 drop castor oil to mix with moisturisers.

Vitamin E Oil
Vitamin E oil is very useful for skin. 5-6 drops of Vitamin E can be mixed with moisturisers which keep the skin hydrated and moisturizer. (Also read: How to make scrub at home for oily skin)

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