The cold weather in Texas continues to worsen with record-breaking low temperatures. The temperatures in Dallas, TX reached a record low of -1 degree. The lowest ever in history. Temperatures like this have spread all across Texas causing power and gas outages, along with water main breaks that have resulted in people doing anything and everything to fight the freezing cold.
A decrease in temperature also means an increase in dry and irritated skin. That opens the door to infection and even worse.
While there are plenty of conventional lotions and hand creams on the market, sometimes our skin needs and deserves more. In order to protect it and lock in heat, these oils can help.
For those who are used to using natural oils on your body, then you’re already familiar with the benefits that these good-for-you oils provide. If you’ve never used natural oils before and your skin is in need of some serious hydration, allow me to introduce you to the following natural oils. Your skin will thank you.
1. Argan oil
Extracted from the kernels found in the fruit of Moroccan argan trees, argan oil is packed with omega-3 fatty acids, antioxidants, and vitamin E. This skin superfood can be used on both skin and hair as it helps restore the appearance of the skin’s tone and hair’s texture. It’s a lightweight oil, but, it’s powerful.
2. Almond Oil
This oil is nourishing and works well to revive any skin type. Deriving from pressed almonds, almond oil can be used on the entire body and easily absorbs into the skin without clogging pores as well as promoting soft and healthy-looking skin.
3. Avocado Oil
If your skin needs some intense hydration, this oil will do the trick. Avocado oil is heavy in texture so you don’t have to use much of it. It helps to maintain supple skin, while softening, conditioning, and