Power Packed Oils

Why are Carrier & Essential Oils so Special? 

Experts are recommending the use of oils on your skin to seal in moisture. It acts like a barrier to help hydrate your skin. Either by using them on their own or as the last part of your skincare regime. 

With a combination of plant oils like sweet almond, wheatgerm, apricot kernel, jojoba, carrot, borage and essential oils they are power packed to deliver emollient, occlusives and humectants - the 3 ingredients you need to moisturise and hydrate your skin.

You not only need to moisturise, you need to seal in that moisture and oil does that magnificently.  

7 Reasons why you should start using oils on your skin:

  1. They can reduce lines

Too much unprotected ultraviolet light is a set-up for free radical damage — and that means wrinkles and sunspots galore.

Facial oils are packed with antioxidants, which prevent further ageing and reduce the appearance of sunspots.

  1. They are good for dry skin

Plummeting temps and cranked-up heaters suck moisture straight from the skin.

Oils are the ideal antidote to dry, flaky skin and rough, rosy cheeks — and they can be much more effective at moisturising than your standard over-the-counter lotions and creams.  

  1. They’re the perfect primer for makeup.

Oils can zip through the top of skin at lightening quick speed, quickly settling comfortably into the areas that need hydrating the most. This gives an immediate plumping effect and creates the perfect canvas for your makeup — and the smoother your skin, the better your whole face will look.

  1. They can shrink enlarged pores.

Higher-end oils such as jojoba, apricot kernel actually pull out grime and fats from pores, making them appear smaller and less noticeable . Unfortunately, oils readily available at the general stores can give you clogged, puffed-out pores.

  1. They really protect your skin.

Because oils are lipophilic, they can penetrate deep into the skin, trapping water and other moisturising goodness in, while keeping toxins and other bad stuff out. Some oils also help to fortify and strengthen your own natural skin barrier. This is especially important for big city dwellers who need extra protection against pollutants and smog, a known source of unwanted wrinkles. concentrated with antioxidant ingredients, would be a definite win-win.

  1. They can calm down rashes.

Many oils have anti-inflammatory properties as well, helping to quell irritated skin. Geranium essential oil is fabulous at reducing redness from rosacea.

  1. They’re great for banishing zits.

Believe it or not, essential oils are pretty darn good zit zappers. And no, you won't get more pimples if you use oils.

Carrot oil balances out dry or oily skin and giving it enough moisture without clogging pores.

Facial oils are now made in very cosmetically elegant, light formulations that are excellent for layering and everyday use. Just keep in mind that a small amount goes a long way.

Our Rejuvenating facial oil has essential oils of lemon, rosemary and frankincense to balance oil production.

What are essential oils?

They are concentrated extractions from plants. A process called distillation turns the “essence” of a plant into a liquefied form for many medicinal and recreational uses.

An essential oil is ‘essential’ in the sense that it contains the ‘essence of’ the plant’s fragrance – the characteristic fragrance of the plant from of which it is derived.

Essential oils are called ‘oils’ because they contain the oil-soluble chemicals in the plant ( usually 100-200 chemicals per essential oil). This complex chemistry gives essential oils their therapeutic properties and explains why different essential oils may have overlapping effects.

They have been used for centuries in herbal, culinary and cosmetic applications and go way back to ancient times.

What does therapeutic mean in essential oils?

100% pure essential oils- high, therapeutic grade

The oils are sourced from their own natural habitat, and they are not contaminated from polluted soil or pesticides. They do not contain any fillers or artificial ingredients and companies producing high grade therapeutic essential oils have very strict quality.

What are the therapeutic benefits of our blends?

Essential oils smell great - when you breathe in the aroma molecules are absorbed by the olfactory in your nose and travels to the limbic part of the brain, which can change your mood and emotions and reduce stress, giving a sense of wellness. Can aid sleep

Why Our SPoil Special Oils:

Our Oils are made up our ingredients below - you will see why we have chosen these specific carrier oils and 100% essential oils, because we want you to SPoil yourself with special oils that create beautiful skin.

SPoil Ingredient Benefits - Carrier oils of

Sweet Almond oil - Is high in Vitamin A, which has the ability to stimulate the production of new skin cells. Also high in Vitamin E, which is an antioxidant that helps prevent cell damage. 

Apricot Kernel Oil - Rich in antioxidant to protect your skin from free radicals. Boost’s circulation so the blood reaches all the skin cells giving your face a natural glow. Moisturises and nourishes, increases elasticity and rigidness of the skin. Contains oleic and linoleic fatty acid, which is helpful for cell regeneration. Suitable for all skin types.

Jojoba Oil- Antioxidant and emollient properties and easily absorbed by the skin. Moisturises and enhances skin elasticity, lubricates and soothes skins condition if has dryness and redness, which can be caused by chaffing. Is a natural antioxidant and mimics sebum which is the body's natural moisturising oil.

Grapeseed oil - Contains omega-6 and omega-3 fatty acids which are crucial to skin function, appearance and skin barrier functioning.

Wheatgerm Oil - Another powerful antioxidant, repairs and heals dry and wrinkled skin.

Borage oil - Has the highest levels of gamma linolenic acid, which is an essential fatty acid to promote hydration in the skin.

Carrot oil - Balances out dry or oily skin as it gives enough moisture without clogging pores. Linoleic acid is anti-inflammatory and is therefore ideal for treating the inflamed skin of rosacea. Rich in Vitamin A, D & E to improve elasticity and suppleness of skin. Suitable for all skin types.

Evening Primrose oil - Anti-inflammatory properties, promotes moisture retention in the skin.


100% Essential oils of :

German Chamomile - Anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, anti-bacterial.

Lavender - Soothes skin with anti-bacterial properties, an antioxidant. Aiding relaxation, peaceful sleeping and we can use the term ‘cytophylactic’ meaning the ability to stimulate the generation of new cells, which aids in preserving the skins health.

A minuet bit of Lavender is added into Nurturing Baby Oil which can be used on newborns after 24 hours old, if skin appears dry or wrinkled. A relaxing massage oil after a bath or shower & when changing baby’s nappies.

Rose Damescena - This is the purest of rose oils and known as the 'Queen of oils'. It is known for its sweet floral aroma; it smells simply beautiful and romantic. Rose essential oil contains a complex array of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants with soothing and moisturising properties. 

The aromatherapeutic properties of rose oil can calm and sooth the senses, promoting relaxation and positivity; and can have aphrodisiac properties.

Tangerine - Is an uplifting, energizing oil, while also promotes relaxation and is cytophylactic.

Neroli - Contains citral, a chemical known to regenerate skin cells. Improves skin resilience giving amazing anti-aging properties. Antiseptic, anti-bacterial, anti-inflammatory. Useful to treat acne and reduce redness associated with breakouts. Soothes skin and reduces appearance of blemishes. 

Frankincense - Natural astringent properties balancing out oil production while tightening the skin. Strengthens skin and improves tone and elasticity and a defence mechanism against bacteria. Anti-inflammatory and tissue remodelling properties.

Rosemary - improves circulation giving you a healthy glow. Helps fight sun damage and signs of aging. Hydrates the skin, which helps to control oil production. Reduces inflammation caused by acne due to its bacterial qualities.

Fennel - Soothes and calms the skin, antiseptic properties inhibit and prevent infection with the ability to speed up wound healing. As a cicatrizant, fennel oil works diligently on the epidermis to provide the optimal environment to repair.

Lemon - rich in antioxidants to give an energising boost to restore lacklustre skin. Hydrating properties that nourish and moisturise. Antiseptic properties to help restore the skins natural balance and reduce excess sebum.

Ylang Ylang - Same as top note in Chanel No5. It has a heady, aromatic scent of fruity, flowery and rich. Boost’s mood, reduce depression, alleviates anxiety.

Geranium - Astringent properties by balancing oil production. Boost’s skin regenerative ability and evens out skin tone and appearance of cellulite.

Roman Chamomile - Repairs and regenerate skin making it look fresh and youthful. Antiseptic, antibiotic, anti-inflammatory, soothes and calms.

Galbanum – anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, cicatrizant (provide the optimal environment to repair) and helps heals scar tissue.
Myrrh – provides strong antibacterial properties but is also oxygenates your skin. The process helps increase your body’s production of elastin and collagen, which natural tighten your skin. Naturally combating signs of ageing, including fine lines and wrinkles.