~ Almond oil can be used as a facial cleanser for all skin types, including oily skin.
~ It is the perfect base for a facial scrub; but, if you have sensitive or acne-prone skin, do not add salt in an almond oil scrub.
~ If you have sensitive skin, you may use sweet almond oil, which is popularly used in aromatherapy.
~ Without wetting the face, take a few drops of almond oil/extract and gently rub it on your face in circular directions using your fingertips.
~ After 2-3 minutes, inhale hot steam. Or, wet a cloth with hot water, wring it slightly to avoid dripping, close your eyes, and place the cloth over your face until it comes down to room temperature.
~ Wipe your face with a cotton pad, with slight pressure.
~ This opens the pores, removes dead skin, and results in a soft and clean face.
Using Almond Oil as a Scrub
~ Add some sugar or salt granules to almond oil to form a great exfoliating scrub and use it once a week.
~ Apply and scrub in circular directions, very gently, and wash off with lukewarm water to have soft, glowing skin.
~ Exfoliate lips with this scrub to soften them in minutes.
~ This helps remove dead cells and dirt, and almond oil acts helps moisturize scrubbed skin as well.
Using Almond Oil for Under Eye Circles
~ Dab a cotton pad in almond oil, and place it on your eyes before sleeping, everyday, to get noticeable results.
~ Using almond extract will also help reduce crow’s-feet and dark eyelids.
~ Follow this routine for a few weeks; you’ll see that it is highly effective to get rid of dark circles under eyes.
Using Almond Oil as a Facial Massage
~ Inhale steam, cleanse your face, and massage it with almond oil before going to bed; this ensures that the oil stays on your skin for a long time.
~ An almond oil massage is perfectly relaxing and nourishes dry skin, clears wrinkles, impurities, and dead cells.
~ It reduces dark circles, and improves complexion and the overall skin texture.
~ It prevents aging and reduces suntan.