Cosmetics that wash away all the excess from the face (sebum, decorative products, smog), as well as moisturize without leaving a sticky plaque on the skin – it’s all about hydrophilic oil.
Hydrophilic oil instead of micellar water
Recently, everyone used micellar water for make-up removal, but cosmetics manufacturers are not standing still and today it is being successfully replaced by a new cosmetic product – hydrophilic oil. So what is hydrophilic oil and how does it differ from micellar water? In fact, it is a mix of natural oils and emulsifiers. The emulsifier itself is an important component, because pure oil does not dissolve in water, so it will be completely useless.
Today, cleansing the face with oil has become not only a habit but also a whole ceremony. Many women prefer to buy hydrophilic oil on natural ingredients to gently remove makeup, safely clean the skin from the negative effects of the environment: dust, smog, exhaust fumes and more.
- cleanses from makeup and penetrates deep into the pores. Lipids of hydrophilic oil easily penetrate deep into the epidermis and dissolve sebum, which accumulates in the pores with dirt and cosmetics;
- moisturizes thanks to 6 valuable oils in the composition, including evening primrose oil, macadamia, castor;
- helps retain moisture in the skin due to squalane in the composition. Its molecules are related to the composition of sebum, so they are easily integrated into the lipid layer and strengthen it, thus preventing the evaporation of moisture.
- hydrophilic oil has soothing properties due to 5 healing extracts in the composition, including chamomile flower extract.
The benefits of hydrophilic oil when massaging the skin
Regular self-massage of the face improves microcirculation (rejuvenates), promotes natural skin tightening, relieves edema (lymphatic drainage effect).
Self-massage CANNOT be done on dry skin. Fingers or roller during the massage should be GENTLY SLIDE. If you stretch the skin, it will lead to wrinkles. Therefore, the main attribute of self-massage of the face is the means with which you will perform it. Ordinary oil is very difficult to wash off the skin. Therefore, the ritual of make-up removal with hydrophilic oil can be turned into a ritual of self-massage of the face and save time.
Hydrophilic oil cleans pores during self-massage. Reveals its properties, because massage promotes even deeper penetration of useful components. Moisturizes the skin. Makes massage effective because it creates a slippery surface on the skin for easy sliding (the skin does not stretch). Easily rinsed off with water, does not remain on the skin.
The only caveat: the massage should not last longer than 10-15 minutes. Otherwise, even non-comedogenic hydrophilic oil can contaminate the pores.
How to use hydrophilic oil
In the evening, apply with dry hands on dry skin with / without makeup. When applied to moisture, the oil, emulsifier and water form a “cleansing milk” that will not be able to dissolve sebum and cosmetics like hydrophilic oil. Massage or self-massage with a roller (no longer than 10 minutes). Rinse with warm water. Apply the second stage of cleaning (gel, mousse, souffle) from natural ingredients.
Shelf life: 12 months from the date of manufacture and 6 months after opening.
Ingredients: Glycerin, Ricinus Communis Seed Oil, Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride*, Water, Macadamia Ternifolia (Macadamia Nut) Seed Oil, Camellia Japonica (Camellia) Seed Oil, Oenothera Biennis (Evening Primrose) Oil, Squalane, Sucrose Stearate*, Sucrose Laurate*, Lecithin, Pelargonium Graveolens (Rose Geranium) Oil, Lavandula Angustifolia (Lavender) Oil, Tocopherols, Alcohol*, Clary Sage (Salvia Sclarea) Leaf Co2 Extract* (Organic), Ascorbyl Palmitate, Rosmarinus Officinalis Leaf Co2 Extract* (Organic), Plantago Major (Подорожник) Leaf Extract, Chamomilla Recutita Flower Extract, Coffea Arabica (Green Coffee) Extract.
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