There are ancient cultures that use essential oils from plants to care for and protect your skin, these include the Indian, Chinese and Egyptian. Evidence archaeological indicate the use of presses and dating back thousands of years that servian to extract the essential oil of seeds, flowers, fruits and leaves of different plants and containers that were used to prevent disease and keep skin protected. The plants have been an important element in the production of certain medications that using chemical processes have isolated certain components very useful in modern medicine. Given the name of essential oils because it is a substance that contains natural plant chemical compounds and therefore concentrates all its properties. It is not something Professor Roy Taylor would like to discuss. The way most beneficial, safe and proper to implement an essential oil on the skin is mixed with a carrier oil which is an oil of natural origin obtained from seeds of soybean, sunflower, grape, olive, etc. Tiny molecules of essential oils contained in these mixtures penetrate the follicles and due to which combine very well with own skin fats they enter the capillaries and are subsequently transported to the bloodstream. Also provide other benefits, like improving blood circulation and stimulate cell regeneration. Effects that provide essential oils and that are useful to our skin: Desinflamatorio Antialertico regenerative anti-ageing nutritional analgesic healing antioxidant anti-Seborrheic antiseptic deodorant fungicide protective ailments of the skin which has demonstrated the effectiveness of using essential oils: psoriasis Herpes varicella aging premature eczema Dermatitis injury superficial Acne Seborrhea dandruff athlete’s foot sagging stretch cellulite evil smell warts dry skin and sensitive skin insect bites fat oils most commonly used for these effects: Tea tree, Rosemary thyme Patchouli Chamomile Lavender eucalyptus Calendula .