3 Overnight Facial Oils We Love

Overnight Facial Oils We Love

Overnight facial oils add hydration and extra love to my skincare routine. Since facial oil can be, well oily, I like to do my facial oils overnight so they can sink into the skin. I use facial oils after my water-based treatments. This helps lock in the moisture. When trying facial oils for the first time remember to spot test and pay attention to how your skin reacts. Listen to your skin to find the right overnight facial oil for you.

I do overnight facial oils 2-3x a week. I double cleanse my face, put on toner and then rub a few drops of my desired oil in. You can also apply it after your moisturizer to secure hydration.

3 Favorite Overnight Facial Oils

Organic Rose Hip Seed Oil

This was the first oil that I fell in love with. It’s an OG in my arsenal of facial oils. It’s a good one to have around. If I have irritation after a night of drinking or heavy makeup. I use this after taking my makeup off to stop possible redness from occurring.

What are the benefits of Rose Hip Seed Oil?

This oil is from the seeds of rose bushes. It’s full of antioxidants and fatty acids including Vitamin A and Vitamin C which are good for your skin. They help to keep skin hydrated while repairing damaged skin cells. This treats the signs of aging and pigmentation. Which is a double win! These fatty acids will fade scars over time and help to even your skin tone.

Organic Virgin Chia Seed Oil

I recently started using Chia Seed oil and I’ve already ordered my second bottle. I love the way it absorbs and I can see scars have gotten lighter for me. My skin always feels very plump the next morning which I love.

What are the benefits of Chia Seed Oil?

This oil is from chia seeds. This oil is a rich source of omega-3 fatty acids, vitamins, and antioxidants. This oil helps to brighten, plump and nourish the skin. Which decreases the look of wrinkles. It also contains B3 and Zinc which helps to unclog pores.

Tea Tree Oil

Organic Tea Tree Oil

I don’t use tea tree oil on my entire face as it is a strong oil. I find it to be an excellent spot treatment oil when a pimple is coming. It’s best to dilute with a carrier oil or light moisturizer when you using on your skin. Keep away from eyes! You can add tea tree oil to a lot of skincare routines. So it’s good to have a bottle around the house if you can.

What are the benefits of tea tree oil?

This oil is from the boiled leaves of the Australian tea tree. Tea tree oil has antiseptic and antimicrobial properties. Which make it great in treating pimples, blemishes and other skin conditions. Tea tree oil is an active ingredient in many skin care products because of these benefits.

Cheers to facial oils keeping our skin hydrated and youthful!

What is your favorite facial oil?