4 Ways I Use Tissue Oil In My Beauty Routine


If there’s one body product I can’t do without, is tissue oil. I use this head-to-toe, multi-purpose solution for just about anything – from my dry scalp and cracked heels in summer, to protecting, rejuvenating and restoring my skin, hair and nails!


Most women know the benefits of using tissue oil very well – but they still often regard it as a specialist treatment product that is only used on pregnancy stretch marks or if you have deep scars. The truth for me is that it has been a useful and important addition to my skin-care routine.



Okay, so for those that don't know what Tissue oil is, let me explain. It's a type of body oil usually intended for medicinal use. It is made of a combination of omega oils from a variety of plants, including flax, Marula, and Rosehip. My go-to brand is the Annique Miracle Tissue Oil which has been formulated with Rooibos infused oil to help calm and revive your skin. It's very light and easily absorbed by the skin, which helps to improve the appearance of scars, wrinkles, uneven skin-tone and stretch marks.

With a unique combination of nourishing plant oils like sweet almond, Rosehip and baobab combined with a unique Rooibos infused the oil, I have found the Annique Tissue Oil to be highly effective in helping with my numerous skin concerns, like ageing, damaged and dehydrated skin.


For example, I’ve been using tissue oil as a supplement to traditional skin moisturisers. Moisturisers use a combination of chemical agents and natural ingredients to prevent and treat dry skin. On the other hand, natural oils keep skin moist and hydrated by reducing evaporation.

Another reason why I love tissue oil is that I have been using it also to treat and prevent acne, as well as reduce the appearance of dark marks on my face. Some of you might be thinking “There is no way I'm putting oil on my altrady oily skin”. But I also have an oily skin and just the other day a friend of mine was shocked that I would put oil on an already oil-prone skin. So, I had to explain to her that tissue oil actually discourages the overproduction of sebum, an oily substance in the skin that can cause acne and other dermal conditions.



Below are 4 other ways I've added tissue oil to my daily skin-care routine:

1- As an intense moisturising treatment for my dehydrated skin: I just apply it to my face and neck before putting on my make-up.

2- To help reduce my stretch marks: I apply it to my stretch marks and other areas where stretch marks may appear, like stomach, breasts and thighs daily before moisturising my body lotion.

3- For my uneven skin-tone: I apply it daily, followed by my normal skincare products or sunscreen on days I don't put make-up.



4- For a moisturising, nourishing my natural hair: I apply it to my dry hair and scalp, then I wet a towel with hot water and wrap it around my head. I leave it on for 15 minutes, then shampoo and dry hair as normal. Your scalp will thank you for this.


And lastly, tissue oil increases the elasticity of the skin. This elasticity allows the skin to stretch and relax without leaving any physical signs of the process. Tissue oil helps treat, of course, and appearance of scar tissue by keeping the skin hydrated and soft.




Miracle Tissue Oil 100ml R380

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