Here Are 10 Must-Have Oils For Your Beauty Cabinet

From insomnia to acne, we've covered every concern you can solve with essential oils.

Better Sleep: A blend of Lavender and Marjoram oil induces good sleep which is why it is an effective treatment of insomnia. Using this blend results in an undisturbed sleep pattern. The oil pairing should be sprinkled on the pillow to give a relaxing impact that results in a calming the brain.

Clear Skin : Eucalyptus, Lavender, Geranium, Chamomile Jasmine, Rose and Patchouli essential oil blend is one of the most beneficial combinations for treating skin concerns. From tightening to clearing blemishes and reducing acne, this oil pairing is a key to healthy skin.

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Relaxation: Blending Chamomile and Lavender oil makes an excellent option for calming down anger and anxiety. These oils also work for curing inflammation, particularly when it's located in the digestive or urinary system. Not just that, there's more to this humble combination of oils that help in reducing blood pressure and curbing the swelling of blood vessels.

Anti Ageing: Powerful essential oils like Patchouli, Geranium, Rose, Cinnamon and Clove when combined together treats hair loss and loosening of muscle tissue. The astringency of Patchouli oil helps prevent sagging skin and fine lines that you can use to your age blocking benefit and hence increase the blood circulation.

To Prevent Acne: A combination ofTea Tree, Rosemary, Chamomile and Eucalyptus blend is highly effective in treating severe acne conditions. Tea tree being a powerful ingredient for flattening the pimples, when blended with Lavender oil results in smooth skin that has a calming feel to it.

With inputs from Rupal Shabnam Tyagi, Founder, Wikka

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