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Facial Oils for Winter Skin

Deliver essential fatty acids and seal in moisture with these oils

 

The fear of applying oil to the skin seems to be a thing of the past for the skincare community, with more brands and experts raving over how beneficial they can be to the skin. Fall is in full swing and winter is quickly approaching, and it’s likely the average person is noticing some changes in their skin already. Dryness, rough texture, redness, irritation, and even new breakouts are common complaints from anyone transitioning into a new, colder season. Breaking down some of the many options on the market is the first step in achieving balanced, hydrated skin this winter!

Sunflower Seed Oil

Sunflowers are native to North America and typically bloom in the transition from summer to fall. These flowers are known to be a symbol of happiness, and the oil pressed from their seeds has proved to be an exceptional ingredient for many skincare needs. Sunflower seed oil is a great source of oleic and linoleic fatty acids, making it superb for skin barrier repair and hydration. High levels of Vitamin E assist in the moisturization and soothing of irritated or inflamed skin. It is non-comedogenic and thin in consistency, making it easy to apply and absorb.

Pressed from the berries, seeds, and leaves of the sea buckthorn plant, this oil has gained massive recognition in the past decade despite being used for thousands of years.

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Ariana Roseman
ARoseman@lne.com

Ariana Roseman is a licensed esthetician in Ann Arbor, MI who equally partakes in the holistic, medical, and luxury sides of the spa industry. She got her start immediately after discovering that her lifelong passion for beauty and skincare could be made into a career. Her attention to detail has made her known for her work as a lash artist, wax specialist, and spray tan technician. She runs www.honeymyskin.com where she shares skincare and beauty advice blogs!



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