5 oils to add to your beauty routine faster than you can say “Quick Slicks!”

Cheap, effective, and oh-so convenient to pop into your trolley next time you hit the supermarket, these oils pack a mega beauty punch. Save it, pin it, print it, and take it with you next time you go grocery shopping.



What oils do you use in your beauty routine that we should add to the cart? 


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  • Thanks for explaining what rosehip oil is for. I was given it as a gift & it has no suggestions on it. I’ve used it on dry hands before but never thought to put it on my face before nightcream.

    While it’s not quite a beauty routine, with the onset of mosquito season I’ve been spraying myself with lavender oil mixed in water. Keeps the mozzies off me while I sleep & smells a hell of a lot better than aerogard.

    • FoxInFlats

      Oh yes, Alli do it, it makes a beautiful difference to your skin. I use it morning and night and it really seems to work for me.
      I love your idea about lavender oil and will try – sounds fab and I hate mozzie sprays!

  • Love Love Love Moroccan Oil, it can be expensive – but I’ve found a supplier close to us – Escentials Of Australia and they have a shampoo and conditioner with it in it ($10 for a litre bottle!) – my daughter (thick curly hair) runs around when her hair is dry saying – ‘feel my hair, it’s SO soft!
    I use the straight oil on my face and mix with sweet almond oil as a body rub – lush 😉

    • FoxInFlats

      Oh that sounds great, thanks for sharing Marina.
      And I agree, oils feel lush! x

  • Oil be using these tips for sure! (sorry, had to do it!)

    • FoxInFlats

      Wacka wacka wacka! xxx

  • Lisa Mckenzie

    I now use sweet almond oil with some rosehip oil in it for cleansing at night and it is wonderful,takes off all your makeup,is cheap and is great on not so young skin and great for sensitive skin as well,won’t be going back to harsh cleansers anytime soon.

    • FoxInFlats

      Oh I’ve not thought of mixing the two! I cleanse with Almond Oil, and follow with RoseHip Oil but will try both tonight. thanks for the tip! x A

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  • Cybele @ blah blah

    Great list. I love using macadamia oil and ground oatmeal to scrub my face. Gentle and nourishing. Apparently, macadamia oil has similar properties to sebum x

    • FoxInFlats

      Oh that sounds divine!