How Essential Oils Can Help You Look Well-Rested

by Jenna Jones July 23, 2018

How Essential Oils Can Help You Look Well-Rested

Unless you’re one of those magical people who always get 8 hours of uninterrupted sleep, you’ve probably experienced the zombie-like symptoms of fatigue. A lack of zzz’s can make your skin look dehydrated and blotchy with lovely dark-circles lining your eyes.

For those of us who are feeling sleep-deprived, we found a simple solution to look well-rested. Get that fresh as a daisy look by utilizing the antioxidant and restorative properties of essential oils. Follow our guide for the best EOs to help you look ultra-fresh! (Side note: if you’re looking for better sleep, try diffusing Sleep Ease, Good Night or Sleepy Head before bedtime).

Steps To Refresh

Wash Your Face With Our Rose Cleanser DIY: It’s no secret that Rose absolute helps draw moisture to the skin. If you’re low on rest, your skin easily slips into dryness, making hydration a must. The nourishing properties of Rose and aloe vera can help you have that natural rested glow. Make sure to wash off all your makeup before bed and use this cleanser to freshen your skin in the morning.  

Try Our Vitamin C Serum DIY: Vitamin C touts many benefits, like having the ability to brighten your complexion, even skin tone and reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. The recipe includes antioxidant-rich Frankincense, Helichrysum and Rose oils which help boost collagen. After cleansing, apply the serum to your face and neck.

Apply Our Face Highlighter DIY: To get that dewy look of the energetic, look no further than our Face Highlighter DIY. Instead of using Sweet Almond Oil, try switching it out for our ultra-rich Shine Body Oil. Not only will your face shimmer with a healthy glow but vitamin E can help reduce inflammation and smooth out any roughness. Shine Body Oil also contains Lavender and Sandalwood which can help reduce the appearance of wrinkles and acne.


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