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8 Best Natural Skin Care Ingredients That Will Transform Your Beauty

8 Best Natural Skin Care Ingredients That Will Transform Your Beauty

Demand for natural skin care products has gone up significantly in recent years, because we are all more concerned about the safety of what goes into our skin. In addition, we want products that work effectively. Many of us worry that commercial skin care products are loaded with harmful ingredients which can lead to a range of side-effects including hormonal imbalance, chronic skin dryness, premature aging; the list of ill effects goes on.

This blog discusses our favorite natural skin care ingredient options. We recommend you try them all and add as many as you can into your beauty routine, rest assured that the results will not disappoint.

Coconut oil

When talking about natural skin care, coconut oil has to feature at the very top. This ingredient has attained ‘superfood’ status and has a host of benefits for your skin. To begin with, it is made up of medium-chain fatty acids; making it a unique natural oil. A lot of studies have been done on the effects of coconut oil on skin and the results are amazing.

A recent study found that coconut oil can work better than benzoyl peroxide to treat acne. Benzoyl peroxide (BPO) is one of the strongest treatments for acne, but comes with some serious side effects. Therefore, if you have oily skin that is prone to acne and blemishes, this is a great option.

Coconut oil works as a great cleanser because it dislodges dead skin cells and other debris. It works from beneath to strengthen the epidermis of your skin.

If you are looking to protect your skin from sunburn, this is a great option as well. The oil has antimicrobial properties that help treat and prevent skin infections. As an antioxidant, coconut oil purifies your skin to retain a natural glow. Some studies have also found that the oil is effective against some chronic skin problems like atopic dermatitis.

Coconut oil absorbs easily into your skin without being greasy. It also supplies a mild aroma that keeps your skin feeling refreshed.


Avocado is a nutrient-dense fatty fruit that is endeared by many. In addition to being a healthy delicious food, this ingredient has excellent effects on the skin when applied topically. In fact, some people have called it one of the best ingredients on the planet.

You can make a DIY avocado mask at home with this simple recipe:

Ingredients needed

  • Two teaspoons of mashed avocado
  • A teaspoon of olive oil
  • A tablespoon of honey
  • A teaspoon of kefir
  • A glass container

Mix all the ingredients together and put onto your clean face. Leave for about forty minutes and wash off with warm water. This mask works as a great natural moisturizer that you can use once or twice a week.

Jojoba oil

Jojoba works by covering and protecting the skin while locking in vital moisture. The skin benefits are numerous and it can be used to treat acne, burns, sores, wrinkles, dermatitis and much more. If you are looking to heal damaged hair or stimulate growth, this is an ideal oil. Jojoba is also used as a base or carrier oil. Blending it with essential oils can definitely take your natural skin care regimen to a higher level.

Lemon essential oil

Lemon oil is an awesome natural skin care ingredient. It is mainly known for its antibacterial properties. This means that it can be used to treat and prevent conditions like acne. It can also fade dark spots and scars. If you are looking to improve the appearance of wrinkles, this is a great option for you. Those who are looking for a potent skin toner for oily skin, lemon is ideal. It has a brightening and lightening effect on the skin without the harmful side effects found in commercial skin bleaching products.

You can use the oil as a face wash and for topical application on the skin. The best way to use it is with a carrier oil like jojoba or coconut. Just add two drops of lemon essential oil to three tablespoons of oil and mix. Massage into trouble spot every day. Make sure to use lemon oil as recommended to avoid burning your skin; after all, lemon is a citrus oil that is acidic in nature.

Argan oil

Argan oil originates from Morocco where it has been used for centuries to transform skin naturally. Today, more and more people are discovering the goodness of argan oil. This oil is rich in Vitamins A and E. It is also loaded with Omega-6 fatty acids with a host for antioxidants. It is also a notable source of linoleic acid. With all these constituents, it nourishes the skin perfectly to give a natural glow. It is also a great option to treat dull dry hair.

Using this oil is simple as well. All you need is high quality argan oil which you can apply directly to the skin. Use this oil to treat acne, psoriasis, eczema, bug bites and stings and much more. Using a small amount every single day after cleansing your skin will give you that adorable beautiful skin you seek.  


Having ginger in the lineup of top natural skin care ingredients may seem strange. However, this root has far-reaching benefits in addition to culinary use. It is rich in both antioxidants and anti-inflammatory agents, and so provides the skin with brightness and radiance. If you are battling with a fungal infection, ginger can treat the problem naturally. If you are dealing with varicose veins and cellulite, ginger improves circulation to treat these conditions.

You can use ginger in a herbal bath to help treat skin problems usiung this simple recipe:

Things you will need

  • Four tablespoons of chopped fresh ginger root; or two tablespoons of dried ginger
  • Four tablespoons of dried juniper
  • One lemon cut in quarters
  • Two tablespoons of dried rosemary   

Add all the ingredients into warm and clean bath water. Then, soak and allow all the elements to penetrate your skin. You will boost circulation effectively to leave your skin more radiant than before.  

Patchouli essential oil

This essential oil belongs to the mint family. It originates from Southeast Asia and has been used for generations to cure many skin problems. It is used in many oil blends and creams. It works well to prevent wrinkles and to soothe inflammation on the skin. It is an astringent that really works to improve the elasticity of the skin. You can apply the essential oil topically after mixing with a carrier oil. Its musky scent makes it a great aromatherapy ingredient as well.


Yes, your favorite breakfast meal can also double as a skin care ingredient. If you have delicate skin, you can effectively exfoliate using oats. If you suffer from itchy skin or have burns, an oats bath will gently soothe the skin. Keep in mind that consuming oats will supply your body with nutrients and fiber – this will eventually show on your skin. Therefore, eat as many oats as you can and enjoy a cleansing bath as often as needed.

Natural skin care is holistic and takes on multiple dimensions. You therefore should incorporate the right diet if you are to reap all the benifits. Get rid of high sugar and low fiber foods in your diet. Consider more nutritious additions like whole grains, fruits and vegetables.

For more natural skin care ingredients, make sure to check out Utama Spice. Discover a world of natural skin care products designed with your beauty goals in mind. Uncover the magic of essential oils that leave your skin naturally nourished. All our products are made with ingredients sourced using sustainable practices. High-quality ingredients in their raw form are used to give you the purest natural skin care products you will ever need.


50 thoughts on “8 Best Natural Skin Care Ingredients That Will Transform Your Beauty”

  • Michelle H.
    by Michelle H.

    I use argan oil and love it. I have been considering switching out for jojoba oil. Thanks for the tips.

  • Sarah L
    by Sarah L

    I like using Jojoba oil with essential oils for a good skin treatment.

  • Blackbird Willow
    by Blackbird Willow

    Very interesting about Ginger's usefulness other than food. Thanks for that-it was definitely news to me. The only other thing I knew it was good for was on the wrists to help with motion sickness. It also has a refreshing scent!

  • Jefferey
    by Jefferey

    This is really helpful. Thanks.

  • Jefferey
    by Jefferey

    Great! Im a massive fan of jojoba.

  • Blackbird Willow
    by Blackbird Willow

    Juniper after a rain is so invigorating.

  • Cheryl
    by Cheryl

    I love oats. It's also good for controlling diabetes.

  • Annette
    by Annette

    I want to try the avocado mask. I use one that's similar and am so impressed.

  • emanuela
    by emanuela

    i love lavanda

  • Calvin
    by Calvin

    Didn't know about a few of these oils, cool.

  • marlene a harris
    by marlene a harris


  • Jennylyn Gross
    by Jennylyn Gross

    good info

  • Christina Sparks
    by Christina Sparks

    I been using coconut oil for my nails and they look so healthy.

  • Kimmmee P.
    by Kimmmee P.

    I absolutely love Coconut oils on my skin, hair & feet!! The Winter is so harsh!!

  • Kristen
    by Kristen

    Such great info, very helpful thanks

  • Slobodan
    by Slobodan

    I did not know about medical and healing properties of these oils. I shall definitely use them now.

  • Slobodan
    by Slobodan

    Great essential oils! Body of modern humans is lacking them.

  • Deanna T
    by Deanna T

    definitely trying the ginger recipe. all of this is good to know.

  • Makalah Peacock
    by Makalah Peacock

    Thanks for the helpful information.

  • Jane O
    by Jane O

    I like to put Rosehip oil followed by coconut oil on my skin before bed. Keeps it really soft and moisturised.

  • paula cheadle
    by paula cheadle

    Wonderful information

  • Wanda B
    by Wanda B

    I already use coconut oil all the time but hadn't thought of some of these other ones.

  • Wilson
    by Wilson

    Xmas gift ideas sorted, thanks!

  • Jennifer H.
    by Jennifer H.

    I like the DIY avocado mask.

  • Jessica W.
    by Jessica W.

    I have tried coconut oil before and liked it a lot.

  • Jeanne Coulombe
    by Jeanne Coulombe

    Great info I use Jojoba oil and love it but I will be adding more to my facial routine .

  • Thomas Gibson
    by Thomas Gibson

    I love the smell of coconut oil and it feels so refreshing.

  • Tina Holley
    by Tina Holley

    I love using avocado oil in my body oils. Feels great!

  • Lisa
    by Lisa

    I love natural skin care!

  • Helen Stanley
    by Helen Stanley

    Thanks for so much info I did not know about, like the lavender coconut oil

  • Emily Kirkpatrick
    by Emily Kirkpatrick

    I love how coconut provides moisture and absorbs well without being too greasy. Your coconut lotions look like a good option for me!

  • Lindsey Leigh Roberts
    by Lindsey Leigh Roberts

    Who knew how great coconut oil can actually be on a daily basis!!

  • Annette
    by Annette

    I've made a mask with avocado and really liked it. I will try the recipe you provided here.

  • Kat Olmstead
    by Kat Olmstead

    I love coconut oil! Will be trying the others. Thanks!

  • Calvin
    by Calvin

    Haven't tried a couple of these, sounds like they'd make good remedies.

  • Theresa C.
    by Theresa C.

    Coconut oil is such a miracle product - I use it for everything!

  • Naomi Deren
    by Naomi Deren

    Almond oil is also worth a mention. I have been using as a moisturizer and love it

  • Richard Hicks
    by Richard Hicks

    I am going to try some of these

  • Wanda Tracey
    by Wanda Tracey

    It was wonderful to learn about these foods and oils. I was thrilled to learn about the uses of ginger other than cooking with it. I think the oats will be a big help too for my dry skin.

  • Shermaine t
    by Shermaine t

    Have been trying to cut out unnecessary chemicals for my families. These are very informative and helpful!

  • Cheryl
    by Cheryl

    These all sound like great natural solutions.

  • Abbey Ryan
    by Abbey Ryan

    Big fan of jojoba oil.

  • Jazz Fulcher
    by Jazz Fulcher

    I have some oats around I’ll have to give this a try

  • Donna Clifford
    by Donna Clifford

    I love coconut oil. So many uses for it. :)

  • Elizabeth Matthiesen
    by Elizabeth Matthiesen

    I love my coconut oil, it really is a treat to use. I never knew all that about ginger, another one I'll have to try out. Thank you so much for all this wonderful information.

  • Lea
    by Lea

    I am going to have to try Ginger to improve my circulation as I have varicose veins, I love the taste of Ginger. I wonder if eating my Ginger biscuits is the same? lol

  • Sharon Lou Johnson
    by Sharon Lou Johnson

    Another I'm going to try ty guys x

  • McKnight
    by McKnight

    Finally a product to transform my beauty. Thanks!

  • Sam
    by Sam

    Good to know, gotta pin these for later use.

  • Sandra Preti
    by Sandra Preti

    I swear by ginger

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