Oily skin needs to be properly hydrated too, not overwashed. The urge to scrub away excess oil is strong. Aggressively getting rid of the natural sebum, or oil, in your skin can actually signal your body to produce even more oils.
Using anti-oxidant rich plant-based face oils can help balance oily skin.
A properly formulated face oil will keep combo/dry skin properly hydrated and help keep skin protected from harmful pollutants.
Touted as anti-aging powerhouses, using these skin-nourishing oils can help to slow down the clock.
Camellia Oil - a natural source of antioxidants and vitamins A and B, notable for its plant-based anti-aging benefits like improving skin elasticity, and assisting in preventing the formation of fine lines.
Evening Primrose - rich in gamma-linolenic acid (GLA), and essential fatty acids, Evening Primrose oil is known for potent levels of antioxidants that help to neutralize free radicals and protect skin from oxidation (think wrinkles).
Squalane - Plant-based (not to be confused with Squalene found in shark livers), is light-weight and extraordinarily moisturizing. Derived from olives, the molecular structure of squalane is close to the skin’s own, it has the ability to penetrate deep into the pores where it targets your skincare concerns at a cellular level.
Squalane oil fights off skin-damaging free radicals that contribute to the signs of aging. It balances oil production, providing just enough moisture to keep the skin clear and healthy.
When combined with other essential oils such as Rose Absolute, Helichrysum, Neroli, and Elemi -- you've arrived at the perfect synergy for keeping skin, moisturized, glowing, and youthful-looking longer.
Facial oils can set you on the path toward a gorgeous complexion whether your skin is oily, combination, or dry.
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