You use vegetable oils to nourish your skin but it does not penetrate well enough? Discover the great tip for a perfect face with no oil residue.
Using vegetable oils to nourish your skin is a natural alternative to traditional, very fashionable treatments. Inexpensive, they allow to heal the skin in depth without risk. Be careful to choose a non-comedogenic oil, that is, that will not cause the appearance of comedones and pimples and that it is preferably Virgin and resulting from a first cold pressure.
There are necessarily one or more oils adapted to the nature of your skin. If it is dry and sensitive, be sure to use sweet almond or avocado that will give it softness and elasticity. If on the contrary it is oily, opt for jojoba oil, hazelnut or macadamia to nourish without greasing.
A very simple gesture
Use them in the morning and/or in the evening on your previously cleaned face: take a little material, heat it all in the palms of your hands and then apply to your face. But sometimes the liquid has trouble getting into the skin. As a result, it remains shiny and some of the oil remains on the surface.
How do you get it to penetrate well? It’s simple: just moisten your skin lightly with hydro-late, floral water or simply thermal water. You can choose them according to your needs: orange blossom water for dry skin, Damascus rose for mature skins, lavender and tea tree for oily skin.
The water will allow the actives to enter the epidermis. Indeed, when the skin is moist (not wet), the pores are open and close to receiving the oil. On the contrary, when it is dry, the skin barrier is not receptive and does not absorb the care.