TOP 5 Natural Oils & Their Uses


Face oils have had a well-deserved resurgence in skincare lately. Instead of making your skin oilier – natural oils actually restore moisture, hydration and nourish any type of skin! TALK ABOUT WINNING. Just always make sure you choose unrefined, raw, certified organic oils when possible.. trust me on this one, you DO NOT want to be rubbing pesticides all over your skin!

There is also a long list of oil blends from a few amazing organic skincare brands that are absolutely amazinggg (blog post review coming soon), but I thought it would be best to first start with the basics...

Below I have outline the TOP 5 Natural (and most common) basic oils and how they can be used on the face, body and hair!


Coconut oil might be a go-to in your pantry, but did you know it is also amazing for the skin? Comprised mostly of medium-chain fatty acids, it actually has a similar pH and sebum to that of our skin!

 The only thing to be mindful of is that coconut oil has a higher comedogenic rating (meaning it may block your pores) than other oils – so if you have acne prone skin, stick with using it on your body rather than on your face. Look out for organic extra virgin coconut oil, as it’s the most pure and unrefined form. This beautifully packaged INDAH organic coconut oil is a great option, which is hand-pressed in small batches. 

 How to use?

  • Coconut oil is PERFECT for using as a weekly hair treatment. Massage a small scoop of coconut oil into the roots, combing through, right to the ends. Rinse off after 10-15 minutes with (any organic) shampoo.
  • Coconut oil also makes a fabulous all-over body moisturiser! Massage onto damp skin after a shower and you’ll have glowy skin all day.
  • Coconut Oil is THE BEST makeup remover too!

Where to get it? FIND ME HERE although you can also purchase at most supermarkets and health food stores.


Rosehip oil is rich in Vitamin C, fatty acids and its anti-inflammatory – making it especially soothing and hydrating for sensitive and acne prone skin. It is also a dry oil, which means it absorbs really well and won’t leave an oily residue.

Rosehip Plus Organic Rosehip Oil

 How to use?

  •  Use as a facial serum in the morning and evening. Massage 3-4 drops onto damp skin and you could even mix 1-2 drops in your moisturiser at night if your skin is really dry. Rosehip Plus Organic is a beautifully cold pressed oil from Australia.

Where to get it? FIND ME HERE


Jojoba oil is a gorgeous golden oil that funnily enough is not actually an oil at all. It's a superfine wax that mimics the skins natural sebum, making it versatile and well matched for most skin types. Another fun fact about Jojoba is that it’s non-comedogenic – meaning it won’t block your pores. If you haven’t tried incorporating an oil into your skincare routine before, Jojoba oil is the perfect place to start!

The Jojoba Company Oil

How to use?

  • Its the perfect base before applying makeup, massage a drop or two onto the face and allow to sink in for 5minutes before applying foundation.
  • As a makeup remover. Carefully massage a few drops onto the eye area to dissolve makeup, before removing with an organic cotton pad.
  • Dry, flaky scalp? Work 1 tablespoon into the hair, focusing on the roots – giving yourself a nice massage at the same time! If you have time, wrap your hair in a bun and pop on a shower cap for an hour for the oil to deeply nourish and condition. Otherwise, simply rinse off well with shampoo.

Where to get it? FIND ME HERE


This versatile kitchen staple not only helps dress your salads – it can nourish your skin too! Olive oil is packed with Vitamin E, antioxidants and fatty acids, which is fantastic at restoring moisture to dry skin.

How to use?

  • Mix 1 tablespoon of olive oil with 2 tablespoons of sugar for a luxurious body scrub. Massage on dry skin, before rinsing off in the shower. Add 2-3 drops of any essential oil you have, such as lemon or germanium if you want a touch of fragrance.

Where to get it? FIND ME HERE and in any health food store or supermarket. Just make sure you're buying certified organic. 


Argan oil has been used for thousands of years in Morocco, where the oil is extracted from the kernels of the Argan tree. It has become super popular lately, due to as it is really versatile, lightweight and absorbs so easily into the skin. I love the divine RAW 100% certified organic argan oil because of it’s purity and the fact that it’s certified organic.

Every Bit Organic Raw Argan Oil

 How to use?

  • Frizzy hair? Split ends? Work a small pump into the ends of the damp hair to condition and restore moisture.
  • As a face serum at night. Play around and mix 2 drops each of rosehip and argan together for a combo of their benefits!

Where to get it? FIND ME HERE

Other oils I love include..

  • Sweet Almond Oil
  • Macadamia Oil
  • Avocado Oil
  • Pomegranate Oil


What ever oil you go for, please just make it's ORGANIC!

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