Beauty Oils Based on Your Skin Concern

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Beauty Oils Based on Your Skin Concern

Beauty oils have been all the rage for a while now. One of the most asked questions I get from friends, family and readers is which oil should I be using? SO, I’ve compiled a list of beauty oils based on your skin concerns.

When choosing oils I look for these four qualities:

It has to be 100% pure



Packaged in a dark blue or brown container

Lucky for you, all of the products below meet my requirements and are some of the absolute best oils on the market!

Argan Oil

Skin Type: Dry & Dehydrated

Vitamin E helps boost cell production and unclogs pores

Fatty acid content hydrates, softens and protects skin

Restores elasticity

Leaves skin looking plump and healthy

Argan Oil skincare benefits

Pura D’or Pure & Organic Argan Oil– $25

Avocado Oil

Skin Type: Dry & Acne-Prone

Smoothes skin texture

Reduces redness and inflammation

Humectant properties keeps skin hydrated for longer

Vitamin E penetrates deeper removing dead skin cells and unclogging pores

Avocado oil skincare benefits

Tropical Holistic Avocado Oil– $15

Rosehip Oil

Skin Type: Mature & Sun-Damaged

Natural source of Vitamin C to help brighten skin and reduce sun-damage pigmentation

Beta-Carotene fights free-radical damage responsible for premature aging

Omegas 3, 6 & 9 repair and regenerate skin tissue

Lycopene, a powerful antioxidant improves skin texture and protects from the sun

Rosehip oil skincare benefits

Rahda Rosehip OilOn Sale $14

Jojoba Oil

Skin Type: Oily & Acne-Prone

Regulates sebum (oil) production by dissolving sebum deposits in the follicle

Seals in moisture while creating a barrier to external elements ie. dust, pollution etc

Anti bacterial properties help control bacterial growth in the follicle

Soothes irritated skin, reduces redness and inflammation

Jojoba oil skincare benefits

Viva Naturals Jojoba Oil– $11

Sweet Almond Oil

Skin Type: Sensitive

Mild, hypoallergenic oil safe enough to use on babies

Easily absorbed by the fatty skin cells then used by tissue to repair damaged cells to give a more youthful appearance

Effectively lightens under eye circles due to it’s naturally high Vitamin K content

Naturally an effective emollient, it helps protect and heal conditions like acne, psoriasis, eczema and rosacea.

Sweet almond oil skincare benefits

Botanical Beauty Sweet Almond Oil– $15

Bonus: Coconut Oil

Best Multi-Use Beauty Oil

Coconut oil benefits

Radha Fractionated Coconut OilOn sale $12

While Coconut Oil has it’s own repertoire of amazing healing properties, I prefer to use this oil in ways other than my daily/nightly moisturizer. This is mainly because it’s super easy to get a hold of and usually found in larger quantities and cheaper than most oils. I prefer the fractional version meaning it stays liquid and you can use a pump! Super convenient and way more hygienic than sticking your finger into a jar over and over again. Here’s a list of ways I use my coconut oil…

Makeup remover

Facial Cleanser

Shaving oil

Scalp treatment

Hair mask

Massage oil

Night time deodorant

Feel free to leave any questions you may still have and please let me know if you decide to try out a beauty oil and how it goes!



  • Lauren

    I love the idea of beauty oils. They have so many uses! I’m always afraid to use them though…I get pretty bad hormonal acne around my chin, and I’m worried the oils will just make it worse. Is there a specific oil you recommend for my problem? How do you keep your face from looking too oily when using these?

    • Monet Lee

      Hey Lauren! I know it can sometimes feel counter productive to use oils when you are having oil-related issues but I promise you it’s the opposite! I think Jojoba oil would be perfect for you as it’s a super lightweight oil that wont clog your pores. Actually Jojoba will do the opposite, it has the power to go deep into your skin and kill build ups of acne-causing oil. If you are concerned about looking oily I suggest using only in your nighttime skin care routine.

      If your acne is in fact hormonal I would suggest you change up your skin care a week prior to your period. Use a deep cleansing foaming cleanser, clay masks on the areas you usually break out in combination with an acne fighting serum like this one by Mario Basescu-…

      Hope this helps!


  • Vanessa

    What a beautiful website!

    I’m a believe in oils and yes oil on oil creates less oil!

    I use Argan Oil and Rosehip Oil for my face and they are my go-tos! I tried Maracuja Oil, and Coconut oil in the past for my face but they didn’t work for me.

    Rosehip Oil really works on acne scarring!

    However, the coconut oil was great for shaving but it made my bathtub dangerously slippery and I was afraid that it would clog the drain.

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