Many of us spend so much time trying to manage our oily skin that using facial oils may seem completely crazy. We are definitely on the same page. I used to think that using essential oils will easily drag more oil into my skin but that is certainly not the case.
Oils work really well for all skin types. You don’t have to avoid them, all you have to do is to find the perfect one for your skin type and you will certainly be surprised with the results.
A great facial oil can easily help you with your skincare concerns. Be it dehydrated, mature or even oily skin, oils can have impressive, transformative results. Sure, it’s an extra step to add to your daily skincare regime but the benefits are well worth the effort.
Most facial oils can be a bit pricey that’s why you have to be smart and find a facial oil that is worth every penny. To help you out, I have decided to gather 6 Facial Oils perfect for your skin type. Check them out!
Facial Oils for Dry Skin:
Clarins Blue Orchid Face Treatment Oil
This is a rebalancing oil that will leave your skin moisturized and silky-soft. This product is best to use in the evening since the consistency can be slightly too oily to use in the morning.
This will coat your skin without it feeling too heavy. It will revive your skin with just one use and leaves your skin will be hydrated, supple, soft, and beautifully radiant. I recommend this product to anyone who wants to pamper themselves and for those who have dehydrated skin – definitely worth to try!
Tata Harper Beautifying Face Oil
This is a lightweight brightening face oil that can easily deliver hydration – giving you an instantly radiant complexion.
Tata Harper’s Beautifying Face Oil helps energize the look of your skin, leaving a silky-soft, hydrated surface with a brighter and firmer-looking appearance.
Another great thing about this product is that you can also use it as a face primer for flawlessly smooth makeup application.
Facial Oils for Oily Skin:
Clinique Turnaround Revitalizing Treatment Oil
This is a silky, light oil that nourishes your skin while creating a healthy-looking radiance. It locks in revitalizing moisture and refines texture for a supple look and softer feel.
It’s perfect for oily skin types since it’s very lightweight but still gives your skin enough moisture. It doesn’t leave your skin feeling greasy neither does it make you look oily – so you don’t have to worry about getting clogged pores. This product will leave your skin looking plump, smooth, and have that lit from within look.
Kiehl’s Daily Reviving Concentrate
This facial oil strengthens skin’s defenses against daily aggressors – keeping your skin youthful and radiant-looking all day. It’s great because it has vitamins and essential oils in it and if you use it for a couple days in a row you will honestly notice a difference in brightness and overall feeling of healthiness on the skin. If you are looking for something that will give your face a radiant glow while also protecting it, this is the product for you.
Facial Oils for Acne Prone Skin
Sunday Riley U.F.O. Ultra-Clarifying Face Oil
This product is quick-absorbing facial oil that is formulated to clear congested pores, treat and prevent acne, and smooth the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles – giving you a clearer, smoother skin.
This oil also helps clears acne and blackheads for smoother, blemish-free skin. It nourishes your skin without leaving a greasy residue. If you are experiencing breakouts just apply this at night and it’s more or less gone in the morning.
Overnight Facial Oils
Sunday Riley Luna Sleeping Night Oil
Luna Sleeping Night Oil works throughout the night allowing it to deliver a more visibly youthful, luminous, even-toned skin in the morning. It will boost the look and feel of your skin while improving the appearance of wrinkles, redness, and pores.
And don’t let the blue tint scare you, it completely disappears when you pat the oil into your skin.
So, go ahead and give your skin a treat by trying out one of these facial oils. The results will definitely surprise you.
Do you have any favorites on this list? Let me know in the comment section below or send me an email, I would love to hear from you!