Without oils (like fatty acids and Vitamin E), the molecular processes that repair and maintain healthy vibrant skin come to a screeching halt...
Jojoba Seed Oil actually balances excess oil and unclogs pores - making it a favorite of those with acne and dry skin.
Better yet, Jojoba has a well-studied ability to stimulate collagen synthesis and contains critical skincare nutrients like Vitamin E and Iodine - which can boost skin elasticity and fight off environmental toxins.
Apricot Kernel Oil has similar benefits but one special one...it fights acne and blemishes with its linoleic acid content.
Linoleic acid fights a process known as ‘hyperkeratinization’ - which can make skin cells stick together and clog pores. Without getting too complicated, there’s a strong correlation between acne and low levels of linoleic acid. And for those with extra-rosy cheeks, Apricot Kernel Oil is a soothing anti-inflammatory that promotes a healthy, even skin tone.
You lose squalene as you age, a lipid that makes up over 10% of your skin’s natural hydrating oils. That’s one reason your skin isn’t as silky smooth as it once was...
The good news is Squalane is a plant-derived form that makes up for your losses - boosting hydration, softening the skin’s appearance, and detoxifying at the same time.
Hyaluronic Acid is another naturally-occurring molecule we produce less of with age. It binds water to collagen and locks in moisture, holding 1,000 times its weight in water.
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