Keep the skin hydrated is one of the most delicious and simple things you can do for yourself. Passing the hand and realizing that it has a delicate touch is a delicious feeling, right? Not to mention the lush and vital aspect that only a well-hydrated skin has. For this, using some resources, especially in winter, is essential and body oils to use while bathing are a great alternative. You can replace or combine the use with post-bath moisturizers. Shall we understand how they work?
There are 4 benefits when using essential oils: the first one is the practicality: you can save a lot of time, since the application is during the bath. The second refers to the great power of hydration. Although there are conventional moisturizers, body oils, because they are more liquid, have a greater ability to spread through the body and create a thin layer of protection against water loss.
The third is that oils leave the very soft skin, this as a consequence of hydration and also by the action of other components. And lastly is the smell tasty that they leave for our skin as well as for the bath <3
HOW TO APPLY
To apply the ideal is to have the skin already clean and put a quantity just necessary (not too much, not too little), spread well and do movements Circular – take the opportunity to make a self-massage. Then rinse again to remove the excess.
If you have oily skin use only once or twice a week. If the skin is more dry, you can use it more often. It is legal to alternate the days, using three to four times a week.
A very interesting tip and add a few drops of essencial oils in your body oil. For this, we have already made a super complete text on aromatherapy that you can read by clicking here 🙂
There are many oils that can be chosen according to your preference, even! However, they are divided into two categories: traditional bath oils, which may contain more than one oil in the composition, and vegetable oils, which have only the plant extract of a single plant.
The most conventional oils are almonds, plum, chestnut and vanilla. The “pure” are of grape seed, rosehip and sunflower. All of them have very similar effects, but the latter are better for mixing with essential oils, since the perfume is not so strong.
And you, which oils do you like to use the most? Leave it here in the comments.