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    Default Essential Oils by Skin Type

    You can find these by capsules in health food stores or in bottles with droppers

    Normal skin Atlas cedarwood, geranium, jasmine, lavender, soy, neroli, evening primrose, almond, orange, geranium, palmarosa, roman chamo, rose, rosewood, Ylang-ylang, tea tree

    Combination skinGeranium, rosewood, Ylang-ylang, rose geranium hydrosol, neroli hydrosol

    Dry and aging skinAlmond, carrot seed, cedarwood, clary, jasmine, geranium, lavender, orange, Palma rose, neroli, castor, extra virgin, wheat germ, sandalwood, rosewood, rose, Vetiver, Ylang-ylang

    Oily skin Cedarwood, geranium, Clary, lavender, Ylang-ylang, lemon, peppermint, Niaouli, Cajeput, cypress, frankincense, patchouli, Roman & German chamos, sandalwood, juniper, Melisa, coriander, lime (distilled), grapefruit,rose, rosemary, eucalyptus, red mandarine, myrtle, neroli

    Sensitive skin Roman & German chamomile, rose, Palma Rosa, Helichrysum, neroli, rosewood, carrot, angelica, jasmine, Neroli, Chamomile or Yarrow Hydrosols

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    Can you please post some formulas that you use with these essential oils. As you know, essential oils cannot be put on the skin without some carry oil and it would be very beneficial if you would expand on your post.

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    Oily Skin can look shiny, is prone to enlarged pores, and may develop problems such as blackheads and spots; however, it tends to age slower than drier skin types

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    Normal skin moist and clear, even the colour, texture and pore size. Lavender, rose, neroli and geranium are good for normal skin. Oily skin pores, coarse texture, rough and over active oil glands give the skin a shiny appearance. Basil, eucalyptus, cedar, cypress, rosemary, lavender and ylang ylang help spike normalize over-active glands.

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    Many skin care products use essential oils in their ingredients. For instance I saw a shampoo and conditioner advertised which included tea tree oil and said it was for dry scalp. Why tea tree oil to combat dry scalp? Because tea tree oil has natural antiviral, antibacterial and antifungal properties and is very effective countless skin aliments, skin spots, acne and dandruff..


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