How Our Nourishing Oil Will Benefit You.
Top to bottom and over again. Our No 21 Nourishing Oil has a warm, woodsy citrus scent that will feel rejuvenating and calming to the spirit and quiets the mind. This blend is one of the most exciting products we carry, it is versatile and rewards you with an uplifting, and synergistic experience with a light, antioxidant rich grape seed oil, and the amazing “liquid gold” argan oil.We have used this for and suggest you also utilize this incredible blend for shaving, as a pre-shave oil, as a facial and skin moisturizer, or a beard conditioner.
For hair, we would recommend that you apply a small amount to clean, towel-dried hair and blow dry or let dry naturally. Additionally, you can apply it to dry hair to tame flyaways or condition dry ends.
What are Facial Oils?
Facial oils can include any fragrant (essential) plant oils, non-fragrant (Jojoba or Aragon) plant oils or synthetic oils (mineral oil—which isn't always applauded, but the research doesn't support the negative information you find on the Internet). Despite the name, these oils can be used anywhere on the face or body—there's no research showing that certain oils are better for one part of your skin or another. Such a notion is without logic or science.
Why use Facial Oils?
Facial oils are right for you if you struggle with occasional (think seasonal or climate-related dryness) or persistent dry, flaky, or dehydrated skin and your moisturizer just isn't doing enough no matter how enriched and emollient it is.
Rather than continually searching for a new moisturizer, you can easily add a facial oil to your routine and see a beautiful difference. Your skin will feel smoother, softer, and more resilient, not to mention taking on a natural-looking glow.
You would use the facial oil under your moisturizer or on its own. This is a great way to use facial oils. Facial oils are helpful for keeping skin's vital hydration locked in and they have incredible instantaneous skin-smoothing properties. But as wonderful as facial oils are, they don't replace many other essential ingredients for skin. Think of them as a booster to supplement your skincare routine.
Plant oils are a rich source of antioxidants and replenishing emollients but they're not good sources of skin-restoring ingredients (such as niacinamide, retinol, or peptides) or hydration-boosting ingredients (such as ceramides and hyaluronic acid). Nor do they give dry skin the rich mix of emollients it needs for lasting improvement.
Your skin is a complex organ that can never have all of its needs satisfied by a single product or single brilliant ingredient. Think of facial oils as supporting players rather than the leading role in a complete skincare routine.
Source Paula's Choice