Advocate the natural
Oily to combination skin
Oily skin is caused by excessive production of sebum by the sebaceous glands. Contrary to what one might think, this type of skin needs nourishment and hydration. Consider using jojoba oil. The composition of this painless vegetable oil is similar to sebum and is rich in omega 9*. Thus, it hydrates the skin without clogging the pores and restores the protective hydrolipidic film*. Rich without being greasy, jojoba oil regulates excess sebum and promotes healing. It is ideal if you have a few pimples and acne scars.
You can apply it on clean skin morning and evening, without worrying that it will leave a greasy film.
Acne is a condition of the pilosebaceous follicle* which affects approximately 70% of adolescents.
Like jojoba oil, nigella vegetable oil is regenerating and non-comedogenic. It is all the more suitable for problem skin, as it has purifying properties and helps to reduce acne scars.
Dry skin is caused by the weakening of the hydrolipidic film which does not sufficiently fulfill its protective role. This is often due to a lack of sebum or too frequent attacks.
To slow down the drying of the skin, it is necessary to rebuild the cutaneous hydrolipidic film. For this, you can use avocado oil. This nutrient-rich oil is used to moisturize, nourish, heal and relieve itchy skin caused by dryness. Avocado oil is also used to rejuvenate the skin and accelerate cell regeneration.
Everyone knows why our skin is prone to wrinkles over time, no need to explain it.
If you are prone to this completely normal "problem", consider using rosehip oil. This vegetable oil fights wrinkles by stimulating collagen to restore superb elasticity to your skin. It is restorative and accelerates cell regeneration to erase all scars, stretch marks and brown spots due to skin aging.
Omega 9: strengthens the hydrolipidic film.
Protective hydrolipidic film: protective film of sebum, sweat and water that covers the skin. It acts as a protective barrier against the outside.
Pilosebaceous follicle: small bag-shaped glands present on the surface of the skin mainly located on the face and torso. It contains the sebaceous glands responsible for the secretion of sebum.