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An oil for my face? No thanks! For too long, oil has suffered a bad reputation—one that it doesn’t deserve. Learn more about its many beauty benefits.
No surprises here: it’s oil formulated for use on the face. It can be pure or composed of a blend of synthetic oils, vegetable oils and essential oils.
Unlike your body’s oils, face oil is often finer and non-comedogenic. Contrary to creams that have a more difficult time penetrating the skin, oils deeply nourish and hydrate all of the skin’s layers. Loaded with vitamins and bursting with benefits, it’s not surprising that face oils, while once underestimated, are gaining in popularity and are now a key part of many women’s beauty routines.
Despite what you may think, face oils are suitable for all skin types. Oily skin, dry skin, sensitive skin or mature skin—simply find the oil formulated for your skin’s needs, whether balancing, repairing, regenerating, anti-aging, etc.
Here are some ingredients to look for according to your skin type:
Oily skin: opt for non-greasy oils like jojoba, lemon, geranium or macadamia.
Dry skin: we suggest olive, argan, Damask rose or wheat germ oil.
Mature skin: prevent skin aging with rosehip oil.
Acne-prone skin: we suggest tea tree oil, which can help treat skin conditions.
Careful: to avoid unpleasant surprises, test the oil on the inside of your elbow first to make sure you are not allergic.
Tip: Have leftover oil on your hands? Rub it into the backs of your hands and onto your cuticles to treat and moisturize them. A 2-in-1 product!
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