Meet the Oil Glossary
Interested in oils but confused on which oils have what qualities? Visit our oil glossary to learn about every oil around the world from it’s comedogenic rating to the country known for producing the very best. It’s easy to filter and fun to explore!
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Abyssinian oil contains an abundance of micronutrients that adds lustre to dull skin, giving it a glowing youthful appearance. Its high fatty acid content aids in skin renewal. Especially good for oily and sensitive skin.
Acai oil is high in antioxidants and includes fatty acids that tighten the skin. These fatty acids protect the skin from environmental aggressors and help to slow down the aging process. Excellent for dry, sensitive and mature skin.
Argan oil contains anti-sebum properties, allowing it to efficiently control sebum levels on the skin. This can aid in the treatment of a variety of acne types while also promoting a smoother, calmer complexion. Suitable for all skin types.
Coconut oil is composed of almost 50% lauric acid which helps restore and strengthen the protein structure of your hair, reducing breakage and environmental damage resulting in strong, thick and shiny hair.
Goji oil is packed with vitamin C, vitamin A, omega 6, palmitic acid, stearic acid, and oleic acid, making it a go-to oil for premium natural, anti-aging skincare with restorative effects for all skin types, especially dry or mature aging skin.
Hemp oil is suitable for all skin types with its low comedogenic rating (won’t clog pores). Even those with oily skin can use this oil to balance, hydrate and regulate the skin’s oil production.
Jojoba oil is a wax ester with characteristics that are strikingly comparable to those of our own sebum. This oil is ideal for all skin types, including dry, sensitive, and acne-prone skin.
Marula oil is high in antioxidants, essential fatty acids, and amino acids. Great for acne-prone, dry, and aging skin. It also keeps hair supple, moisturised, and silky.
Strawberry oil prevents the breakdown of collagen and increases collagen synthesis, improving skin suppleness and smoothing fine lines and wrinkles for a more youthful appearance. Suitable for all skin types.
Almond oil contains vitamin E, protecting the skin from sun damage and premature aging, while retinoids in the oil reduce the appearance of acne and improve cell turnover. Excellent for those with dry or sensitive skin.
Watermelon oil is rich in oleic and linoleic acids which helps to restore elasticity to the skin. Execellent for all skin types, especially oily, acne-prone or maturing skin.
HOW TO USE FACE OILS
Gently apply no more than 2-3 drops on moisturized skin by massaging in circular motions. Face oils should be applied last after cleansing and moisturizing to lock in added hydration.
HOW TO USE HAIR OIL
Styling for Going Out
To tame frizz, restore shine and bounce to your hair (dry or damp) before styling, pour a few drops of oil into your palm and rub between hands until lightly coated. Then, gently run your palms through the ends of your hair away from your scalp trying to diffuse the oil evenly. Tip: Start applying oil from as high up as you mean to go and gradually feather the oil towards the ends of your hair with each pass.
Deep Treatment when Staying In
Wash hair thoroughly with your favorite shampoo and conditioner to clean and rehydrate. Rinse and pat dry with a towel until lightly damp. Apply oil generously to scalp by gently massaging in an upward, circular motion away from your face to seal and lock-in moisture. Allow at least 20 to 30 minutes for the nutrients to absorb into your hair before washing out excess oil as needed. Many people choose to keep the oil in their hair for overnight treatment to yield maximum benefit.
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