Glow Face Oil

Glow - rejuvenating facial oil

Glow face oil (aka my radiant facial elixir) for glowing, moisturized and healthy skin. This DIY face oil blend does it all. Consider it your toner, cleanser, and moisturizer all in one!

Two years ago (before I had even heard of Young Living) a friend of mine introduced me to the idea of using essential oils as a facial moisturizer, exfoliant, and cleanser. She let me try her oily mixture, and I immediately fell in love with it. At the time I didn’t have a single drop of essential oils in my home, but I knew right away this was something I needed in my life.

This was one of the very first things that got me interested in essential oils, so thank you dear friend for introducing me! After that, my second encounter with essential oils was when I realized they might be able to help me with my seasonal cough and congestion

After I started using Young Living essential oils, I was excited to make my very own blend of oils to use on my face and body. I did a little research, and experimented a lot with my favourite scents. The blend I’ve chosen is best for maintaining healthy, radiant & glowing skin! I’ve been using it every day for 8 months now and I really enjoy it.

Glow: Face Oil

Glow Face Oil

  • Fill a 100 ml bottle nearly to the top with jojoba oil
  • Add ~ 10 ml of sea buckthorn berry seed oil
  • 10 drops lavender essential oil
  • 10 drops frankincense essential oil
  • 5 drops sacred frankincense essential oil
  • 5 drops geranium essential oil
  • 3 drops roman chamomile or 3 drops myrrh essential oil
  • Shake to blend and use on your face and body daily
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Glow face oil

* gold bottle labels from Simply Essentials Co., on Etsy! *

This blend replaces other facial moisturizers for me, and I also use it to clean my face. To do this: wet your face with a warm cloth, then massage the oil into your skin. Rinse with a cloth, and after your skin is dry, apply it again as a moisturizer! The oils will remove your makeup just as well as a store-bought makeup remover.

I like to keep it in a pump bottle and use it right after my shower in the morning. Since the bottom layer of your skin needs water to keep it moisturized, and the top layer needs oil -this is a great time to put it on. The oil will help your skin retain the water and keep your skin hydrated – giving you that radiant and luminous glow!

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Lavender is often used for relaxation and headache relief, but it is also really good for your skin! It is actually of the most versatile essential oils to have on hand. Many people use lavender essential oil to treat acne, bruises, burns, dermatitis, and eczema. The Young Living Natural remedies guide suggest these topical uses

  • to help relieve joint or muscle pain associated with sprains, strains & rheumatoid arthritis
  • or inhaled can act as a nervine and calmative which enhances relaxation
  • or inhaled to reduce the symptoms of cold & cough
  • when experiencing digestive discomfort can act as a carminative and antispasmodic
  • to help relieve headache

Sacred Frankincense

Frankincense is another very versatile oil and can be used to relieve skin irritations. It has a soft, sweet, woodsy aroma and is emotionally very uplifting. Used to support strong immunity and healthy cell regeneration. Many people use this oil during meditation for its grounding and calming qualities. For more information on the powerful healing effects of Sacred Frankincense, visit Dr. Josh Axe’s website here

In Aromatherapy Sacred Frankincense can be used topically:

  • or inhaled can act as a nervine and calmative which enhances relaxation
  • to relieve minor skin irritation, cuts, bruises & burns
  • or inhaled to reduce the symptoms of cold & cough

Jojoba Oil

Jojoba oil is a light and moisturizing oil that absorbs well into the skin without clogging your pores. This makes it a great carrier oil to apply to the face. It helps heal wounds and clears acne by preventing the growth of harmful bacteria. It also contains vitamin E, a great antioxidant that protects against free radical damage. It has anti-fungal and anti-inflammatory properties! Best of all, it is completely natural and contains no chemicals at all. The wonderful thing about making your own beauty products is knowing that there are no chemicals involved! What you put on your skin gets absorbed into your body!

Sea buckthorn Berry Seed Oil

Sea buckthorn Berry Seed Oil has long been used as a topical treatment to aid in the relief of skin conditions such as rosacea, eczema, acne, dermatitis and other skin ailments. Therapeutic grade, organic Sea Berry (Sea Buckthorn) seed oil will help restore damaged skin to its natural, beautiful state.

Optional Essential Oils

Other essential oils that would be good to add if you’re dealing with eczema or dermatitis are helichrysum or marjoram. For acne, the Young Living Natural Remedies Guide suggests cedarwood, helichrysum, lime and thyme. Helichrysum is a powerful oil, so I would only add about 4 drops to the 100 ml bottle and it should do the trick! It is best used diluted.

How to Purchase Essential Oils

So… now you know how these essential oils can act as natural alternatives to everyday digestive discomfort, and you’re wondering “how do I get started with using Young Living essential oils?”

It’s as simple as creating a wholesale account with Young Living! There are two options: you can purchase a Premium Starter Kit (which includes 11 essential oils + a diffuser and is the most economical way to go), or you can create a wholesale account for free in Canada, and purchase any essential oils you’d like at 24% off retail.


  1. Select the “Member” membership type. This choice allows you to get discounted pricing and it qualifies you for the potential of referral commissions and allows you to enjoy the benefits and convenience of Essential Rewards.
  2. Enter my enroller number: 3419014 into both the enroller and sponsor fields
  3. Select your country and language.
  4. Click “Continue”.
  5. Fill out your shipping information. Click “I agree” to the terms and conditions, and click “Agree and Continue.”
  6. Choose the Premium Starter Kit (or if you’re in Canada, you can skip this step and order any products you’d like once your account is set up).
  7. Once you’ve completed this process, you will be given your own member number, which will allow you to start shopping with wholesale prices immediately. At this point, I recommend that you sign up for Essential Rewards, so that you can earn FREE oils and enjoy discounted shipping every month!
Radiant face oil for glowing, heathy skin! DIY with seabuckthorn, jojoba and pure young living essential oils. Click through to read more, or pin to save for later!
Radiant face oil for glowing, healthy skin! DIY with seabuckthorn, jojoba and pure young living essential oils. Click through to read more, or pin to save for later!




My name is Jasmine! Im a Certified Holistic Nutritionist and absolute foodie from the Kawartha Lakes in Ontario Canada. Here on NourishMint Kitchen I share healthy recipes, tips for natural living, holistic health and mindfulness. You can expect to see lots of photos of lake life, delicious food, the outdoors and our black lab Otter here!

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    1. Hi Myra, Sure you could use just frankincense. Frankincense (from Young Living) is harvested from the Boswellia carteri trees in Kenya, while Sacred frankincense comes from Boswellia sacra tree resin that is wild harvested in Oman. They are made up of different natural chemical constituents, and Sacred frankincense has higher levels of alpha-pinene. Some use it for more therapeutic, healthy cellular regeneration.

    1. I would do the same as for the sacred frankincense; about 10 drops. These are all just guidelines, if you like it more concentrated or less concentrated, it’s up to you! 🙂

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