From Barneys to Duane Reade, shelves are stocked with hair, face, body, and cleansing oils that promise you nourished skin, shiny hair, and an overall glow. Almond Oil The short version: almond oil is rich in monosaturated fats, making it super hydrating for both skin and hair. Jojoba Oil Jojoba oil comes from the desert shrub of the same name; Yes it moisturizes hair, skin and nails, but it’s also a great cleanser and lip conditioner and a safe carrier oil, meaning you can add essential oils.

From Barneys to Duane Reade, shelves are stocked with hair, face, body, and cleansing oils that promise you nourished skin, shiny hair, and an overall glow. Almond Oil The short version: almond oil is rich in monosaturated fats, making it super hydrating for both skin and hair. Jojoba Oil Jojoba oil comes from the desert shrub of the same name; Yes it moisturizes hair, skin and nails, but it’s also a great cleanser and lip conditioner and a safe carrier oil, meaning you can add essential oils.

Many of the contents of our refrigerators are promising starts to a whole new skin care regime. If you have aloe juice, add to a spray bottle and refresh you skin, says Rianna Loving, esthetician, natural skincare expert and founder of Orgo Beauty. Or add a piece of the plant to a bottle with filtered water and create you own infusion in a spray bottle. Papaya Papaya’s enzymes act as an exfoliant, by removing dead skin cells and breaking down inactive proteins, says Dr. Jennifer Lee, M.D., of REN Dermatology in Franklin, Tennessee. Papaya can also help even out skin discoloration.

Many of the contents of our refrigerators are promising starts to a whole new skin care regime. If you have aloe juice, add to a spray bottle and refresh you skin, says Rianna Loving, esthetician, natural skincare expert and founder of Orgo Beauty. Or add a piece of the plant to a bottle with filtered water and create you own infusion in a spray bottle. Papaya Papaya’s enzymes act as an exfoliant, by removing dead skin cells and breaking down inactive proteins, says Dr. Jennifer Lee, M.D., of REN Dermatology in Franklin, Tennessee. Papaya can also help even out skin discoloration.