The kind of oil we should really be scared about is the pool of it found on the top of a pizza, or the gasoline prices that are slowly hiking up every day. While it’s true that not all oils might be the right fit for your skin type, the myths surrounding oil cleansing aren’t all true either. As with all skincare, what works for some might not for others. But this doesn’t mean we can discount the fact that like dissolves like, and therefore oil dissolves oil. However, fear of a greasy face,
For far too long, people have mistakenly come to believe that oil somehow equals acne. Oil alone doesn’t cause acne. Primary factors like genetics, hormones,
Cleansers should work to erase dirt and makeup without disrupting the natural balance of the skin. For those of you out there that scrub away until you achieve a skin-skidding feeling (we see you), you’re actually doing more harm to your skin than good. “When skin is stripped of its natural oils, it reacts by becoming really dry or really oily.” Bobbi Brown said in an article. Because your skin has been stripped of its natural oils, the sebaceous glands then work in overdrive to compensate for the sudden dehydration.
Those with oily skin make the mistake of purposely trying to ‘dry out’ the skin, thinking that this will revert their problems. You can’t stop the natural production of oil, but what you can do is make sure your skin maintains the right oil balance for healthy skin. This means that a little bit of oil might actually be beneficial.
The [KLAIRS] Gentle Black Deep Cleansing Oil is comprised of various vegetable oils, primary relying on three natural essential oils: black bean, black
*Black Sesame Oil: prevents dehydration and aging, acts as an antioxidant.
*Black Currant Oil: anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and anti-oxidative properties.
*Jojoba Oil: reduces irritation and inflammation.
*Shea Butter: anti-inflammatory, moisturizing.