Oils

Many people are turning to oils to complement their current beauty care regimen, and for good reason. Oils are natural, easy to use, and give superior results. Depending on your needs, a range of oil-based beauty care chemicals is undoubtedly available for you. Eucalyptus oil, for instance, is an ingredient in perfumes, fragrances, and lotions. Garlic oil treats acne. Coconut oil has become a leading oil for hair and skin treatments; argan oil works as an overnight deep conditioner for your hair; and tea tree oil has gained recognition as somewhat of a panacea.

Below are five oil-based beauty care chemicals and a few of their many properties and uses.

  1. Eucalyptus Oil: Eucalyptus oil is an antifungal. It removes residue on the scalp and frees clogged pores. Hair follicles are stimulated by eucalyptus oil, giving you stronger, thicker, shinier, and healthier hair. Mix eucalyptus oil with vinegar and water to relieve your itchy scalp. Eucalyptus oil kills staphylococcus bacteria, which causes halitosis and other oral problems. Use this oil as a mouthwash to freshen and clean your mouth.

  2. Garlic Oil: Garlic seems an odd answer to athlete’s foot, but garlic oil is an antifungal and anti-inflammatory. Use garlic oil to treat acne, cold sores, and psoriasis as well.

  3. Coconut Oil: Coconut oil is a wonder at removing makeup, including waterproof mascara, leaving the skin clean and moisturized. Used as a body moisturizer, coconut oil expedites wound healing, increases hydration, and reduces water loss in extremely dry skin. Lips also benefit from coconut oil as a balm. Other uses include as a shaving cream, to soothe dry and cracked hands, as a highlighter over makeup, and as an excellent deep conditioner since it penetrates hair follicles and prevents loss of protein.

  4. Argan Oil: Argan oil works as a deep conditioner and overnight hair treatment to leave hair soft and full. On your skin, argan oil is a superb moisturizer and counters the effects of acne. Use on wet skin as a body lotion to leave your skin silky without feeling greasy. On the cuticles, argan oil enhances the health and appearance of fingernails and the nail bed.

  5. Tea Tree Oil: Tea tree oil is an astringent mouthwash that combats halitosis while invigorating the gums. On the face, tea tree oil works as a makeup remover, exfoliator, acne prevention and curative, and toner.

These oils and a variety of others are changing the way we treat our skin. Try one or more today to improve the appearance of your skin, nails, and hair. If you’re looking for a reliable  beauty care chemical supplier, look no further than Bell Chem. For additional information, contact us today.