Try to read the ingredient label next time you pick up an anti aging product or cream at the store. Let us guess: you can’t pronounce the words, and you also don’t know what they mean. It’s frightening to think that you put these chemicals on your face, considering that the ingredients sound similar to what’s in your Lysol wipes! It’s a good thing that Tu’el Skin Care is all natural, because essential oils are a key player to turn back the clock on aging skin.

Lavender Oil
Lavender is one of our top secret ingredients! Ok, maybe we’re reaching here a bit since it’s not exactly a secret. Lavender is most highly coveted for its antioxidant power, which helps the body fight free radical damage. It also acts as an antiseptic to clean and balance skin making it ideal for those stubborn age spots.

Carrot Seed Oil
We always suggest to wear sunscreen daily, carrot seed oil is preventative skin care’s best friend. Packed with vitamins and minerals, carrot seed oil brightens skin and rejuvenates cells while supporting your skin’s response to UV rays. We like to call it the anti-aging powerhouse.

Geranium Oil
The geranium plant is similar to lavender in that it has natural antioxidant properties, but geranium oil is most recognized for being a natural astringent. It’s truly useful in anti aging skin care because it promotes the shrinking of pores and circulation. For an added bonus, geranium oil has a lovely floral scent!

Use With A Carrier Oil
Before you start applying these oils on your face, you should always use carrier oils with pure essential oils. Directly applying a pure essential oil can irritate your skin, but carrier oils, like avocado or jojoba, dilute the solution to make the oil suitable for daily use. Plus, they do wonders for your skin.

Rescue Me Anti Aging Essential Oil
Lucky for you, we created the perfect product: Tu’el Rescue Me Essential Oil. Our “fountain of youth” combines a mixture of essential and carrier oils to do nothing but improve tone tone and texture. And all you have to do is apply once in the morning and once before bedtime.