7 Amazing Natural Oils That Celebrities Use ...

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The amazing natural oils that celebrities use are great products to try if you don't want to put lotions and potions with long lists of hard-to-pronounce ingredients on your skin.

Natural oils are also very versatile products that can be used on your body, face, and hair.

If you want to see how many beauty products you can replace with them, try experimenting with these natural oils that celebrities use:

1. Lupita N'yongo's Hawaiian Kukui Nut Oil

Lupita N'yongo's Hawaiian Kukui Nut Oil

You've probably heard of most of the natural oils that celebrities use, but this oil that comes from Hawaii's official state tree might be new to you.

Oscar-winning actress Lupita N'yongo probably gave its popularity a major boost when she told Glamour that it's the secret behind her glowing skin.

The gorgeous star also said that she uses avocado oil to keep her face looking flawless.

You can simply massage either oil onto your face at night before you go to sleep or you can blend a few drops of them with your body lotion to give your whole body an extra boost of moisturizer.

Source: glamour.com

2. Miranda Kerr's Rosehip Oil

Miranda Kerr's Rosehip Oil

Former Victoria's Secret angel Miranda Kerr is also a fan of using natural oils on her skin.

She loves rosehip oil because it's loaded with antioxidants, and she says that she wakes up with glowing skin whenever she applies it before going to bed.

It contains Vitamin A to promote cell turnover in the skin and Vitamin C to treat dark spots, and it's also full of moisturizing fatty acids.2

Try massaging it on your face and body like Miranda does, or add a few drops to your bathwater for softer skin.

3. Megan Fox's Grape Seed Oil

Megan Fox's Grape Seed Oil

Megan Fox can thank this lightweight oil for her CGI-smooth skin.

If you want to transform your dry winter skin into skin that's soft and dewy, the "Transformers" actress has a great tip: make a hydrating face mask by mixing two parts grape seed oil with one part Aquaphor.

However, this mix might be a bit too oily for you if you have acne-prone skin.

Grape seed oil is also an excellent oil to use on your legs after you shave.

It makes them smooth and shiny, and it can also be used to soothe itchy razor burn.

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