Best "Natural Dermatologist" Anti-Aging Skin Oil Recipe

July 9, 2023

Best "Natural Dermatologist" Anti-Aging Skin Oil Recipe

Dr. Nicole Sundene

Holistic Dermatology & Hormones

Dermatology conditions like aging skin, loss of skin turgor, sallow, and blah lifeless skin are a common complaint in my Holistic Women's Health practice.

When women are suffering with Menopause, Perimenopause, Hypothyroidism, Hashimotos and Hormone Imbalance they also complain of dry skin.

Sometimes the hormone imbalance can cause new acne, eczema, psoriasis, hives, rashes, and autoimmune skin issues a woman has never experienced before as the body becomes naturally more inflamed with menopause and hormone imbalance.

While we are working to address "The Root Cause" of the dermatology symptoms this is a generally soothing skin formula that many of my patients report improvement with. As with any herbs, there is risk of Food Allergy or Food Sensitivity.

Although Olive Oil and Rosemary are both anti-aging, a different carrier oil can be used such as coconut, sesame, or avocado oil.

Supersonic Anti-aging Skin Oil

1-5 drops organic Rosemary essential oil 

4 oz Olive Oil

4 vitamin e capsules

2 tsp Rosemary Leaf Oil

For my recipe on Instagram I used a premade rosemary leaf oil I had made from rosemary leaves from my garden along with olive oil and then added vitamin e, and 1-2 drops of rosemary essential oil. If omitting the homemade rosemary oil then you may need to add a little more rosemary essential oil. 

Combine all ingredients and stir well. Please keep this preservative free formula covered in a dark area. I use this within four weeks of making. I like to mix a couple pumps of the oil with mix my moisturizer this time of year while it is so hot. Dry skin complaints are at their peak right now so I thought I would share this simple remedy for dry skin, anti-aging, and the best part is rosemary is a natural bug repellant.

You may even repel some people as not everyone likes the way this smells so you may want to add a few drops of lavender or mint. Keep mint and rosemary away from the eyes! 

This is my best anti-aging tip for the outside of your skin as a holistic dermatologist. Be sure to follow me on Instagram for my latest Naturopathic tips since not every recipe makes it on to my blog. 

To treat your skin from the inside eat clean and check out my Dermatology tea blog for anti-aging. I have also been hearing reports from my acne patients that the ginger in the tea is helping clear up their skin and prevent breakouts!

If you need my help with your skin, nutrition, or hormones simply pop over to my SCHEDULE page to treat yourself to a Naturopathic visit.  

Dr. Nicole Sundene

(480) 837-0900

Dr. Sundene is a Naturopathic Doctor in Scottsdale, Arizona, and is a Female Hormone Expert in Women's Health and Bioidentical Hormones. She specializes in Holistic Women's Health for Menopause,  Thyroid,  Hashimotos,  PMS, PerimenopauseAutoimmunePostpartumChronic Fatigue, DepressionAnxiety, Food Allergies,  DigestionDermatology, AcnePsoriasis Eczema, and Adrenal Hormonal Conditions. In 1999 she began working for a Hormone Doctor prior to starting Naturopathic Medical School. With over 23 years of experience in both Prescription and Natural women's health and hormones, she presents to women the best-integrated health solutions for their Chronic Disease. 

She has been an Herbalist for over 28 years and enjoys teaching women how to use herbs to balance their hormones, nutrition and optimize their health. Dr. Sundene relies on blood testing for her hormone metrics. The hormone testing is covered per the patient's insurance plan (not Medicaid) and conducted at certain points in the woman's menstrual cycle. To learn more about Hormone Testing for Women Visit: Bioidentical Hormones. Follow Dr. Sundene on InstagramTwitter, and Facebook for more tips on Women's Health, Female Hormones, and Naturopathy


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