Oils: The Essentials

written by: Joya Grillo

Most of us use oils in our daily routine, whether it is to seal the moisture or add shine in our hair. We also may use oil as a facial moisturizer as a replacement to lotion. Today, I will discuss the best types of oils for skin that will not clog pores and the best types of oils that add and seal moisture in the hair. 

ARGAN OIL: a non-clogging oil full of vitamin e and fatty acid content that will give skin a natural boost.

ARGAN OIL: a non-clogging oil full of vitamin e and fatty acid content that will give skin a natural boost.

Sunflower Sweets Serum by Bahi Cosmetics: also a non-clogging facial oil with a sunflower oil base full of fatty acids and vitamins that nurture skin which will leave skin feeling moisturized and with a slight glow.

Sunflower Sweets Serum by Bahi Cosmetics: also a non-clogging facial oil with a sunflower oil base full of fatty acids and vitamins that nurture skin which will leave skin feeling moisturized and with a slight glow.

Olive Oil and Coconut Oil: Not only used in the kitchen, olive oil and coconut oil both are both moisturizing oils that are able to penetrate the hair shaft and are best used with water based hair products, creating a deeper moisture within hair. 

Olive Oil and Coconut Oil: Not only used in the kitchen, olive oil and coconut oil both are both moisturizing oils that are able to penetrate the hair shaft and are best used with water based hair products, creating a deeper moisture within hair. 

Jamaican Black Castor Oil and Jojoba Oil: These are two sealing oils which lock in and seals moisture. These oils sit on top of the hair and create more of a shine. These are best used for natural styles such as twist outs. 

Jamaican Black Castor Oil and Jojoba Oil: These are two sealing oils which lock in and seals moisture. These oils sit on top of the hair and create more of a shine. These are best used for natural styles such as twist outs. 

Brittani Treadway