Your skin already produces oil which is known as sebum. Do we still need facial oils? 

Facial Oils are beyond multipurpose, meaning you can use it to add extra hydration from your moisturiser or you can use it as oil cleansing method. Facial Oils are also rich in antioxidant and their ability to act as protective layer on our skin barrier.

Facial Oils are also beneficial for oily and blemish prone skin because their skin need oils with high linoleic acid, such as rosehip oil, soybean oil and chia seed oil to balance the excess oil production. 

Nourishing Facial Oil

It is packed with combination of superfood nourishing oils and essential oils. 

Prunis Amygdalus (Sweet Almond) Dulcis Oil

It has moisturising properties

Simmondsia Chinensis (Jojoba) Seed Oil

It acts as humectant and protect skin barrier. It has antibacterial and antioxidant properties which makes it good for acne prone skin.

Olea Europaea (Olive) Fruit Oil

It rich in oleic and linoleic acid

Hippophae Rhamnoides (Seabuckthorn Berry) Kernel Extract 

It has high vitamin content, mainly Vitamin A and C. It is alo high in saturated fatty acids which acts as protective skin barrier. Studies showed that it has antioxidant, anti inflammatory and wound healing properties. Therefore, it is most commonly used in cosmetic products due to its ability that may firms sagging skin, even out skin tone, soothe irritated and dry skin. 

Persea Gratissima (Avocado) Oil

It is high in oleic acid that may promote collagen production

Salvia Hispanica (Chia Seed) Seed Oil

It is high in fatty acids which is important in restoring skin moisture barrier

Tocopherol (Vitamin E), 

It has ability to fight free radical damages due to its antioxidant properties 

Glycine Soja Oil

It is high in linoleic acid and has anti inflammatory properties. 

Our facial oils can be used for oil cleansing method. There are many ways of using facial oils, we always recommend to use facial oils after your moisturiser to get extra hydration. We do not recommend to replace moisturiser with facial oils because you need emollients, humectant and occlusives to seal in and attract moisture to skin so it can prevent water loss from skin.

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