Jude Jacob Kayton July 01, 2020
Argan oil is the perfect multitasker for all skin types. It contains just one pure and nourishing ingredient that helps repair skin damage and signs of aging. It’s unique composition of fatty acids, carotenes, sterols and phenols deeply hydrate skin, balance sebum and leave you glowing. Read on to find out how argan works wonders for each skin type.
Skin produces natural oils known as sebum. When these are produced in low amounts, skin feels dry. Dry skin is known for itchiness, scaliness and cracking. Overall skin begins to look dull and flakey. If you suffer from dry skin it’s important to know what to avoid. Hot showers can make skin drier and so can harsh chemicals and foaming skincare products. Environmental conditions can also make skin even drier.
Argan oil is great for hydrating your skin. The essential fatty acids and Vitamin E in the oil replenish moisture in dry, flaky skin, while the oil creates a barrier, locking this moisture in. And when your face and body are hydrated, scaliness and cracking is reduced. Argan oil also soothes itchiness, leaving skin feeling comfortable and fresh.
Normal means skin is well balanced. There is neither too much nor too little oil (sebum) being produced. Occasionally, some areas may feel a little oily (the T-Zone), but overall skin feels comfortable and is not too dry or too oily. Having normal skin means you might not have immediate skin issues that need dealing with, but a good routine can help prevent potential problems like breakouts and limit the signs of aging.
Argan oil is a great anti-aging treatment. The oil’s antioxidants prevent sun damage, the primary cause of wrinkles. In addition, the linoleic acid found in the oil improves skin elasticity, repairing lines and wrinkles that have already formed.
Combination skin means you have a mixture of oily and dry skin on different parts of your face. In general, the T-Zone (forehead, nose and chin) is oily, while the cheeks tend to be dry, but combination skin can vary from person to person. Combination skin needs skincare that focuses on balancing skin and sebum production.
Argan oil provides this balance; it hydrates the dry areas, while reducing the sebum production in the oily areas. It evens out your complexion leaving you with a healthy glow.
Sensitive skin means you have skin that is more likely to react negatively to skincare ingredients and environmental conditions. Your skin may be prone to inflammation and other adverse reactions. There might be particular chemicals and substances that aggravate your skin and it is essential to find skincare that is gentle and will not cause irritation.
Since FRÉ’s argan oil is 100% organic, you do not have to worry about harmful additives or chemicals. Traditionally, argan oil is known for being gentle and healing, making it a great addition to a skincare routine for active women with sensitive skin.
Oily skin has excess sebum production and looks shiny with visible pores. The T-zone is generally the oiliest part of the skin, but skin can feel greasy all over. Pores frequently become clogged, leading to blackheads and this skin type may tend more towards acne. It’s important to choose skincare that won’t clog your pores.
Argan oil is a light-weight oil, meaning that it is absorbed quickly by your skin. It gives your face a healthy glow without any oiliness. As the argan oil hydrates your face, your skin will naturally reduce its oil production, creating the balance that you have been seeking.
Acne-prone skin is skin with a tendency to frequently breakout. This can be blackheads, whiteheads and pimples. We often think of oily skin and acne prone as one and the same but there are a number of different factors that make skin acne-prone and sebum (or oiliness) is just one of them. If you are experiencing extreme acne it is important to look at lifestyle factors beyond skincare. Diet, sleep and environmental conditions can have a huge impact on your skin.
Argan oil is non-comedogenic, meaning it will not clog pores. It hydrates your face without promoting breakouts. Additionally, a study in the International Journal of Molecular Sciences, shows that argan oil has anti-inflammatory and wound healing properties, perfect for treating acne scars.
Perfect for all skin types
If you have to have just one skincare product, make it this one, no matter your skin type. Argan helps hydrate dry skin and balance oily and combination skin. It is gentle on sensitive skin and healing for acne-prone skin. It reduces the appearance of lines and wrinkles and prevents more from forming, making it a great anti-aging treatment for any type of skin. The sooner you make argan a part of your skincare routine, the sooner you will benefit from its magic.
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