Vegetable oils for mature and dry skin types
In Autumn skin starts to dry out again. In this period, when the
body’s self oil production reduces, vegetable oils are an
intensive cure especially for mature and dry skin types.
Plus: Saturated Oil Acids
Above all, what ensures the rich content care effect is the saturated
oils. Gamma – Linoleic acid plays an important part. It
is stored directly in the skin during application and prevents
skin from drying. One of the reasons why especially neurodermitis
patients make use of mixtures containing linoleic acid is that
they do not have an enzyme to produce linoleic acid. However,
oils have a special caring effect on dry skin, because they hold
the skin moisture. Especially well with high ratio of vitamin
– A brief overview:
Apricot oil is rich in saturated oil. Because
apricot stones come out as a side product of the fruit industry
they are reasonably priced regarding their cosmetic features.
Avocado oil is very durable and is also rich
in vitamin, lesitin and above all rich in valuable Phytosterolen.
It is the fastest spreading oil and is suitable for skin types,
which are poor in moisture.
Zembil flower and esel flower oils are especially
rich in Gamma – Linoleic acid and are widely found in neurodermitis
Jojoba oil is different from other oils in terms
of its chemical nature and can be easily absorbed by skin. Thanks
to this, Jojoba oil creates a very nice feeling and long lasting
effect on the skin.
Castor oil as opposed to other oils it dissolves
in alcohol. That is why coemetics producers use them in hair lotions
and acetones as lubricating component again. Besides, it is also
used in hair care products and lash oils.
Wild oleaster tree oil is rich in vitamins. It’s
red color comes from vitamin A‘s first ranks. These support
the regeneration of the skin and it explains why the wild oleaster
tree is being used in skin repairing products.
Soybean oil is the main component of the lubricating
Wheat grain oil among all oils it contains the
highest ratio of vitamin E. This, above all, is added as a supplementary
to the cosmetic creams in order to enrich their caring effect.