Protecting Your Skin with
Natural Plant Oils

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Precious ingredients in plant-based oils, extracted from the germ of the wheat kernel, from pomegranate seeds or from the kernels of the argan nuts, provides a natural protection barrier and are packed with antioxidant properties.

The properties of natural plant-based oils is similar to the lipids of human skin. Unlike mineral oils and petroleum derived oils, it can be absorbed into the skin’s hydrolipid layer and metabolised by our body. The use of quality plant-based oils, without any chemical ingredients or artificial fragrances are highly beneficial for our skin.

The Nature’s Power
Since ancient times, plant based extracted oils are often used for skin care and massage. The therapeutic and medical benefits of these oil have been documented for centuries. Energy stored in plants’ kernels and seeds, allows them to germinate and grow. During the process of photosynthesis, sugar are forms in their leaves by combining water, carbon dioxide and light, producing glycerine and fatty acids as an outcome. Upon a multi-step conversion process, fats and oils are then stored in the kernels and seeds.

Strengthening the Skin Barrier
Oils derived from different plants benefits our skin in different ways. With a high content of punicic acid, oil extracted from pomegranate seed helps to protect against free radicals and are able to help skin adjust to negative environmental influences. It also supports new cells and skin regeneration, making it an excellent oil for mature or dry skin. Argan oil is great for mature skin due to its moisture-preserving properties, allowing it to feel smooth and silky. With a high concentration of vitamin E, it helps to protect against negative effects of air pollution. Regular use of natural oils with antioxidant properties helps to prolong ageing processes such as pigment spots or wrinkles.

Noncomedogenic Oils
Plant based oil such as almond oil, pomegranate oil, neem oil, hempseed oil, sunflower seed oil and grapseed oil are noncomedogenic oils. It does not clog pores. Unlike mineral oil, plant oils penetrate easily into the upper layers of the skin, supplementing its lipid content and preventing moisture loss. Allowing dry skins to disappear quickly, supporting it to be firmer and softer. plant based oil penetrates the skin quickly without leaving a greasy finish – making it a great choice for facial care.

How to Incorporate Facial Oil Into Your Skin Care Routine?

Step 1
In the morning, after washing your face, apply a pea-sized amount of eye cream on your ring finger, and dab it around your eyes. Gently glid it into your skin, starting from the inner corner of your eyes, over the eyebrow arch, then to the outer corner of your eyes. End by gently patting around the eye area.

Step 2
Apply serum of your choice as it provides extra moisture to the skin. Distribute a small amount on your hand and gently press your hands together. Gently pat the serum on your skin. Begin at the forehead and nose, and work outwards over the cheeks, then down to the side and end at your neck.

Step 3
Place a few drops of facial oil into the palm of your hand, dab a small amount onto your forehead, nose, cheeks and chin. Gently rub your palms together to distribute the remaining oil, use a stroking movement to massage into the face. Start from the centre of the face with upward motions. Gently move from inside to outside. When it comes to the decolletage, gently move from left to right and then from right to left.