Top Oils and Its Benefits in Skin Care

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Many people are afraid to include oils in skin care regimes. Some  do not like the feeling of film on the face, and others are afraid of clogged pores. But is everything so scary? Not really. If you follow certain rules, then you will instantly love this product, and it will save your skin from dryness more than once. This is especially true now: our skin suffers due to cold temperatures, dry air and acid peels. And to introduce acids in the care and to do a course of peeling in the autumn-winter period is very important!

Oils contain a much higher concentration of active substances, due to which the result will not be long in coming. Not all species can clog your pores, some, on the contrary, will help get rid of rashes. On the Internet there are many summary tables about the level of gummedogenicity of oils, so before you put any oil into care, refer to a similar source. All oils should be applied to wet skin, so they will trap moisture and absorb faster.

Oils are composed of fatty acids, and they are divided into two types: linoleic and oleic acid . Their percentage directly affects the so-called “dryness” of the oil. This explains why some oils are dry and easier to absorb (well suited to oily and combination skin), while others are heavy (suitable for dry skin). Oleic acid is heavy: these are oils of camellia, hazelnut, almond, avocado, safflower and macadamia. Linoleic is drier and suitable for oily skin: grape seed oil, hemp, mosquito roses and argan. Let’s look at the main beneficial properties of some oils.

Grapeseed Oil

Grapeseed oil contains a powerful antioxidant ingredient called proanthocyanidin. This antioxidant may even out skin tone when it’s used on your skin consistently. Grapeseed oil helps the Vitamin E and Vitamin C in your skin to be a more efficient trusted source and effective at preserving your skin.

Safflower Oil

Safflower oil acts as a lubricant that prevents water from leaving your skin. Thus it locks the moisture for glowing the skin. The oil is capable of softening up dry areas, smooth rough patches, and even alleviate beauty woes, improving both the texture and tone of your skin.

Sunflower Oil

Sunflower oil has emollient properties that help the skin retain its moisture. Because sunflower contains Vitamin E which helps trap moisture inside skin cells, keeping skin hydrated for a longer period so one of the perfect oils for skin care. Sunflower oil is extremely high in Vitamin E – an antioxidant that helps protect skin cells from harmful UV rays from the sun and other environmental stressors. In addition to Vitamin E, sunflower oil is also rich in Vitamins A, C, and D, making it effective in the treatment of acne. Sunflower seed oil contains vitamins and fatty acids that act as antioxidants to regenerate new skin cells and help your skin rid itself of acne-causing bacteria. This is one of our favourite oils in skin care routines.

Avocado Oil

This oil is close to the composition of sebum, and it perfectly restores. Heavy enough, so you can saturate it with cream and moisturizing serum. Due the chemical properties of avocado oil and its capability of retaining water, it encourages supple and soft tissue.

We hope this guide was useful, and many will no longer be afraid to introduce oils into their care. The main thing is to act carefully and check the oils for an allergic reaction in a small area of ​​your skin.

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