Wednesday, 13 January 2016

Top 4 Essential Oils for Hyperpigmentation

Hyperpigmentation is one of the commonest skin conditions which affects many people across the globe. Hyperpigmentation is basically darkening of the skin due to excessive production of melanin. In this blog, we are going to share top 4 essential oils that can assist in treating hyperpigmentation.

Rose Oil
Since antiquity, Rose Oil has been used in variety of beauty products and remedies. This wonderful oil is used for acne, eczema, scars and inflammatory skin conditions. The oil helps in imparting elasticity and makes the skin firmer. The rejuvenating and brightening properties of this versatile oil reduces hyperpigmentation.

Eucalyptus Oil
The Eucalyptus Oil has amazing properties to treat headaches and other respiratory problems. Apart from this, the oil has a soothing effect on the skin. Eucalyptus Oil effectively treats sunburns, inflammations and other skin allergies and irritations. The oil can be used to reduce hyperpigmentation by making a blend with a carrier oil like jojoba oil. It will impart a blemish-free glow and also reduce the dark spots. Yeah dual benefit!

Geranium Oil
Germanium Oil is one of the most versatile oil. It has a balancing and soothing effect. The oil lightens the blemishes and scars on the skin. This essential oil has amazing skin lightening properties which work wonders when it comes to hyperpigmentation.

Lemon Essential Oil
Blessed with amazing skin lightening properties, Lemon Essential Oil helps in skin lightening. Acne and scars that lead to hyperpigmentation can be reduced with regular application of Lemon Essential Oil. The oil is extracted from lemon peels which are loaded with alpha hydroxyl acid and citric acid which are known for reducing pigmentation and brightening the skin.


 So, try using the above written essential oil and treat hyperpigmentation in a natural way. No more side effects of those over-the counter medicines. Flaunt your clean and clear beautiful skin!

No comments:

Post a Comment