As the seasons change, I notice my whole body becoming a lot drier. As soon as that central heating is turned on in a month or two it will suck out even more of the moisture from the air. Now is the time for oils. Hair, body, nail, face - the works! Here are my top picks:
First up on the far left is the PhytoPlage Sublime Oil. A true multi-tasker, the hair company has produced a gorgeous oil that can be used to nourish hair and the body as well! Marketed more as an after-sun oil to soothe sun-damaged hair and skin, this can be used all year round as a powerful oil to soothe really dry skin. £26.50 available from Cult Beauty
Next is the new Purely Pampering range from Dove. Their Pistachio Body Oil smells so BEAUTIFUL I love it so much! Not much more to say except it sinks into the skin quickly, isn't greasy at all and the smell...bliss. Only £5.99 from Boots right now.
My favourite facial oil has to be Trilogy's Rosehip Oil. Packed to the brim with powerful antioxidants, your skin will thank you for using this. Trilogy is a brand I really love. All natural, the Kiwis know how to make organic skincare that truly works. A little goes a long way with this award-winner. One to have on your dressing table. Only £14.85 from FeelUnique
Bio-Oil. I couldn't do an oil round-up without including the original, the one that started it all. It can be used to work wonders on scars, stretch marks, etc but it can also simply take care of any dry skin. I love putting it on cuticles. A quality product with plenty of oils and vitamins inside. Currently £14.99 for 200ml at Boots
Finally, The Body Shop have a great range of Beautifying Oils and the Shea Beautifying Oil is amazing. I must like nutty scents as this is just as gorgeous as the pistachio Dove oil! This one is for everywhere - skin, nails, body and hair. Shea Oil is the main oil involved but there are plenty of others to moisturise skin and leaving it feeling and looking great. Only £9 online and in store.
So there you have it. My Top Five oils for this transitional period of summer into autumn which can draw the moisture from your skin, hair and nails.
Do you use oils? Which is your favourite?