Facial Oils Without Aloe Vera


Pamper your skin with luxurious oils.

Is there anything better than a facial oil in a pretty bottle?

all facial oils are aloe free, cruelty-free and vegan


My personal favorite due it’s calming effect, Herbivore Botanical’s Lapis Facial Oil looks chic and intensely moisturizes while treating irritated and red skin. The lapis works as a calming agent and colors the oil it’s gorgeous green/blue. The color will vary so if you get a bottle that looks more green than blue it’s not bad- that’s just the natural variation.

Herbivore Botanicals Lapis Facial Oil is Best For:

  • Pinky and red undertones

  • Acne-prone skin

  • Super sensitive skin

  • Dry climates


Featuring rosehip oil, seabuckthorn oil, and CoQ10, this powerhouse feels like dunking your face into a sky of clouds. The CoQ10 helps restore collagen and gently softens lines and wrinkles. For skin that’s crying out for moisture, Phoenix Oil is your go-to. You only need a few drops to feel the benefits- one bottle lasts for months!

Herbivore Botanicals Phoenix Facial Oil is Best For:

  • Dry skin

  • Aging skin

  • Super sensitive skin

  • Dry climates


Any of Herbivore Botanicals facial oils are a real treat for your skin. Their Orchid Oil shines when it comes to giving you that lit-from-within glow. With orchid extract that protects your skin from aging to camellia flower oil that lets you glow, it’s a nice addition to your pretty vanity (or let’s be real- cluttered bathroom sink).

Herbivore Botanicals Orchid Facial Oil is Best For:

  • Young beauties worried about aging

  • Jasmine lovers- it’s naturally scented with the oil (which also moisturizes!)

  • Dewy-glow seekers

  • Super sensitive skin


Can’t get enough of Blue Tansy? Me either. It’s a superhero when it comes to calming redness and evening everything out. Blue Tansy is gentle and nourishing- the perfect combo for harsh winters and fickle complexions. Acure’s formula also includes jasmine, sweet almond oil and jojoba oil, to name a few.

Acure Blue Tansy Night Oil is Best For:

  • Frigid winter nights

  • Acne-prone skin

  • Blue Tansy fans


You can’t get away from Blue Tansy if you tried, and that’s a good thing. Its powerful redness relief properties tackle acne and inflamed skin with ease.

Celeste Botanicals Moondrop Organic Facial Oil is best for:

  • Irritated skin

  • Smaller beauty budgets - it’s like Herbivore Botanical’s Lapis Oil, but more affordable


Cult favorite French Girl Organics makes many luxurious oils and potions but their Neroli oil is my pick. With the best of everything (argan, jojoba, squalene, rosehip, meadowfoam and more) it’s a luscious treat for any skin type.

French Girl Organics Facial Oil Elixir is Best For:

  • All skin types

  • Maximalists- get the best of everything!

  • French Girl loyalists


Got scars? Then you need to get rosehip. Known for it’s scar treatment abilities, it lightens dark spots while evening your complexion and fighting free radicals. Don’t be scared to slather it all over your body- it's safe from your hair to your toes.

Better Shea Butter & Skin Foods Organic Rosehip Seed Oil is Best For:

  • Eczema and problematic skin

  • Purists- just one ingredient!

  • Scars and discoloration


Pomegranate seed oil is a quiet powerhouse. It’s anti-inflammatory properties are perfect for red and irritated skin. Plus the natural Vitamin C works wonders for hair growth, so don’t be shy about running it from your scalp to your ends.

Eve Hansen Pomegranate Seed Oil is Best For:

  • Eczema and problematic skin

  • Purists- just one ingredient!

  • Hair and nail growth



SkincareNicole Faith