May 01, 2018 3 min read
The Secret to Younger Looking Skin
Oil and skin are two words that ordinarily would strike fear into anyone looking for healthy, glowing skin. But did you know adding the right facial oil into your skincare routine can drastically improve your skins health and appearance? Facial oils have been the secret to glowing flawless skin for decades, and if you haven’t added one to your skincare routine yet – here’s why you should fill in that missing step in your routine right away.
Anti-ageing and Wrinkle Reduction
One of the first signs of ageing on the skin are fine lines are wrinkles. These signs of ageing can be exacerbated by free radical damage. Free radicals are created from UV light, air pollution, and a number of other factors that we encounter in our day to day lives. These free radicals can break down collagen in the skin, speeding up the creation of fine lines and wrinkles. The best way to protect your skin from free radicals? Antioxidants! Facial oils containing a vitamin E base are packed full of antioxidants to fight free radical damage and reduce the appearance of wrinkles – and stop new ones being formed. Glow in a bottle contains Argan Oil, which is high in vitamin E to help you on your way to healthy glowing skin.
Skin Protection Properties
Facial oils penetrate deep into the skin’s layers, as they are lipophilic. This means that they keep moisture in the skin, while trapping out toxins and dirt. Using a facial oil at the last stage of your skin care routine will deliver nutrients and hydration deep into the skin. Look for oils containing meadowfoam seed oil, which is packed with moisturising properties, or macadamia oil, which deeply hydrates the skin, while protecting it from external damage.
Dry flaking skin is a concern that we’ve probably all experienced once, especially in the colder months or while we’re feeling under the weather. One of the main aspects of healthy skin is hydrated skin – even if you suffer from oily skin you should never skip keeping your skin moisturised. Facial oils combat dry skin much more efficiently than many other creams. If dry skin is a concern, look for oils containing Essential Fatty Acids (EFAs), which help increase hydration levels in skin without being too heavy. Glow in a bottle is packed with these superhero skin nutrients, and amongst 10 other natural plant oils it contains Sea Buckthorn Oil, which has a multitude of fatty acids, including omega-7.
Balance Oily Skin
If you suffer from oily skin, putting a facial oil on your face might not be the first thing you’d think of to fight it. But oils can actually treat oily skin, without clogging your pores or making skin worse. Facial oils are not only packed with anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial properties, but they also contain the vitamins, anti-oxidants and other ingredients to maintain healthy, glowing skin. Glow in a bottle contains geranium rose oil, which has natural astringent tones, and is one of the best oils to help balance sebum production.
Get Your Glow with Glow in a Bottle
It may take a while to get used to using a facial oil when you first introduce one into your skincare routine, but as soon as you see the positive effect it has on your skin, you won’t look back.
Glow in a Bottle can be used day and night to help achieve glowing, healthy skin all year round.. Remember to be consistent with your use for the best results.
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