What oils are good for face care?
Facial oils can contribute to the health of your skin, making it look more beautiful and healthier.
Until just a few years ago, the idea of using oil on the skin of the face was unthinkable to many. Oil as a skin care product is faced with many prejudices, most often regarding its 'heavy' formula that can potentially cause pimples on the skin. However, with the progress of the beauty industry and the application of more innovative technologies in the creation of their formulations, facial oils have become an absolute must-have on every cosmetic shelf.Oils provide more significant hydration to the skin. Oils, unlike creams, which most often care for the skin on the surface, penetrate deeper into its layers, providing protection as well as care 'from the inside'.
Oils such as jojoba, rosehip, ylang ylang, tea tree, or squalane are ideal for oily skin care. You can easily incorporate oils into your daily skincare routine by applying them as the last step in the care. You can use oils instead of cream or in combination with light cream, by putting a few drops of oil in it and thus creating an extremely nourishing texture.
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The best face oils
This oil is anti-inflammatory because it has antibacterial and antifungal properties. It is not 'heavy', it is good for all skin types, and due to its antiseptic properties, it is ideal for those who suffer from pimples.
What is special about it and what makes it different from other oils is that it is similar in composition to sebum. For this reason, it is extremely suitable for oily skin. Jojoba oil for the face perfectly fights excess oil and pimples. Those with dry skin should not avoid it because it fights well with dehydrated skin, psoriasis and eczema.
Almond oil is great for sensitive skin so it will suit all skin types and makes it soft and smooth. It is rich in vitamin A, prevents acne, and also contains vitamin E, which prevents wrinkles. If you plan to start with face oil, then it is best to start with this one because it has a light texture. It is also great for combating dark circles around the eyes and puffy under-eye circles.
This is one of those oils that have larger molecules, so it's harder for the skin to absorb. That's why it's not good if you have oily skin, but if you have extremely dry skin, it's the right choice. It is rich in vitamin E and fatty acids, so it works great against wrinkles. There are also vitamins A, D and K. It is especially suitable for dry skin prone to flaking and eczema.
Post By: Vanessa F.