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6 Anti-Aging Oils That Will Help Regrow Hair, Smooth Skin, Strengthen Nails, and More

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Is the cold winter air drying out your skin? Are your nails brittle and breaking easily? Do you feel like there’s more hair in your hairbrush than on your head after you brush your hair? These six nutrient-filled oils straight from nature can repair and rejuvenate your skin, nails, and hair — leaving you gorgeous and glowing all season long!

Step up your beauty routine with these powerful oils — keep scrolling to shop our picks! Pro tip: Dermatologists advise applying these skincare oils within three minutes of showering since steam opens pores, allowing ingredients to absorb into skin better.

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Dr. Adorable Organic Meadowfoam Seed Oil

fade scars with meadowfoam oil
Meadowfoam Seed Oil Organic skin and hair
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The vitamin E in plant-derived meadowfoam oil repairs damaged skin cells to help heal and fade scars. Plus, it’s also a light exfoliant that gently whisks away dead skin cells so scars look and feel less rough. Bonus: The oil helps diminish stretch marks as well! Just rub the oil into scars and stretch marks once a day.

The Ordinary 100% Organic Cold-Pressed Rose Hip Seed Oil 

smooth a crepey chest with rosehip oil
The Ordinary 100% Organic Cold-Pressed Rose Hip Seed Oil skin and hair
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Rich in vitamin A, the seed-derived oil encourages collagen production to firm creased skin on the décolletage. Even better? Its fatty acids hydrate and plump skin to “fill in” lines instantly. Just rub a dime-size amount of rosehip seed oil onto crepey skin twice a day.

Desert Essence 100% Pure Jojoba Oil

strengthen brittle nails with jojoba oil
Desert Essence 100% Pure Jojoba Oil skin and hair
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Jojoba oil’s B vitamins promote healthy nail growth and mend damaged collagen in nail beds to reverse brittleness. And its wax esters repair rough, ragged cuticles so nails stay protected and strong. Warm two tablespoons of jojoba oil in the microwave, soak nails for five minutes, and rub in the excess oil.

Levon Rose 100% Pure Unrefined Pomegranate Seed Oil

Soothe rashy skin with pomegranate oil
Leven Rose Pomegranate Seed Oil skin and hair
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Anti-inflammatory properties in the fruit’s oil calm redness and irritation on contact. Plus, pomegranate oil is packed with antioxidants that restore skin’s barrier to ward off future skin rashes. Just massage three drops of pomegranate seed oil onto irritated skin twice a day.

Sweet Essentials 100% Pure Organic Squalane Oil

hydrate dry skin with squalane oil
Sweet Essentials Pure Organic Squalane Oil skin and hair
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Extracted from olives, squalane absorbs deep into skin to replenish and lock in moisture. It also prevents the water loss that leads to dry patches in the first place.

Cocojojo 100% Pure Emu Oil

regrow thinning hair with emu oil
Emu Oil skin and nails
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Research shows that when rubbed onto the scalp daily, emu oil (derived from the fat of the Australian bird) shifts 80 percent of dormant hair follicles into the growth phase, boosting hair growth by eight percent in one month and by 48 percent within six months.

How it works: Compounds in the oil increase circulation to the scalp, delivering growth-encouraging nutrients like blood and oxygen to hair follicles. Plus, the oil soothes any inflammation on the scalp, reducing any hair-thinning fallout. Get the benefits by simply rubbing a dime-size amount of the oil onto the scalp nightly, then cover hair with a shower cap to prevent pillow stains and rinse out in the morning with shampoo.

This article originally appeared in our print magazine.

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