With these products, you can harness the beauty benefits of five standout oils. A so-sweet way to a brighter, fresher-looking you.More
Also Known As: Rosa x damascena or R. x centifolia
The Anti-Ager: Rose oil is costly because it takes so many flowers to produce, but it pays off with a glorious fragrance and anti-aging benefits. When it's combined with rose hip seed oil — the naturally vitamin A-rich fatty oil from the same plant — you've got a nourishing and wrinkle-fighting blend, says Gillerman. Find the mix in Sunday Riley Flora Hydroactive Cellular Face Oil ($90, amazon.com).
Also Known As: Santalum album, S. spicatum A., or Fusanus spicatus
The Repairer: This warm, woodsy oil is a popular perfume note; in other products, it's an antioxidant that may calm redness. One option: Fresh Umbrian Clay Purifying Mask ($62, fresh.com). "The oil is also great for treating dryness and sun damage," says Hope Gillerman, an aromatherapist and the author of Essential Oils Every Day, so smear on a moisturizer with sandalwood if you've spent a lot of time outside. Try Aromatherapy Associates Soothing Face Oil ($80, aromatherapyassociates.com).