Face oils offer effective care for dry, irritated and sensitive skin. Many couperose and eczema sufferers count on rosehip oil from Flow Cosmetics.
A skincare product that is easily absorbed, clarifies the skin, makes it soft & supple and treats pimples. Sounds too good to be true? Not quite. Quality face oils made with natural ingredients really work wonders. Furthermore, they protect and moisturise the epidermis effectively.
You can use face oils mornings and evenings, especially in winter. Within seconds, dry skin will absorb the oil. If your skin is rather oily, use face oil just in the evening to allow more time to absorb.
Marketing Director Suvi Kunnari from Flow Cosmetics, a natural cosmetics company, points out that high-quality oils are non-comedogenic, so even those with oily skins have no reason to avoid face oils. On the contrary, they can work towards less oily skin, balancing it.
You can also mix face oils with your moisturiser for extra boost, and they work perfectly with water-based serums. After exfoliation, face oils, just like all skincare products, will penetrate the skin more deeply and effectively.
ROSEHIP REPAIRS AND REJUVENATES
If you are new to face oils, start with a versatile oil with multiple uses. Suvi Kunnari recommends Flow Cosmetics Rosehip Intensive Treatment Oil. This product has a high content of beta carotene (a precursor to vitamin A), known for its skin restorative properties. Also, rosehip contains an exceptionally high amount of trans-retinoic acid compared to other plant oils. Rosehip Intensive Treatment Oil is formulated with both rosehip oil and rosehip extract, and it is especially recommended for a variety of skin issues, rashes and ageing skin.
According to Suvi Kunnari, quite a few of their clients have successfully treated their acne, couperose and eczema with Rosehip Intensive Treatment Oil. What's more, rosehip oil can be used to treat scars.
Flow Cosmetics face oils are organic quality. They come in bottles made of special glass to protect precious natural ingredients from harmful UV-rays; they can be recycled as glass while pipettes with plastic and silicone parts come apart for recycling purposes.