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Facial Oils 101

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As we stream away from artificial and harsh products for our skin, we are being flooded with information about natural cosmetics. From the thousands of clay mask, facial oils, and natural scrubs articles, it has become rather complicated to keep up with this trend of “less is more”.

This is why Miuse decided to make your life a little bit easier by categorising three facial oils based on your skin type.

Rosehip oil:

Rosehip oil is perhaps the most talked about oil on the market. It’s rich in vitamin A, which improves skin texture and its flexibility. This oil is also great for fading scars and fine lines. Its hydrating properties would be on the medium range making it the perfect oil for combination skin. If Miranda Kerr and Victoria Beckham swear by rosehip oil, it sure gets our vote!

Jojoba Oil:

Jojoba oil is the perfect oil for those with oily (yes you still need to hydrate oily skin!) as it is a low comedogenic oil. This oil also helps regulate sebaceous glands; in simpler words, it balances your sebum; making it ideal for acne-prone/oily skin.

Almond oil:

This oil is rich in fatty acid, vitamin E and A, making it great for dry and sensitive skin. Not only is almond oil a perfect hydrating oil, it also reduces fine lines and other potential sun damage.