CACAY OIL is rich in Vitamins A, E and F Linoleic Acid.
It revitalises the skins radiance, reduces fine lines and wrinkles, and giving it a long lasting hydration. Kahai Oil contains 50% more Vitamin E and twice the amount of Linoleic Acid than Argan oil; and it has x3 times more Retinol than Rose Hip Oil. It is proven to improve skin hydration, firmness, elasticity and lines.
SQUALANE is has a natural affinity with the skin and prevents moisture loss, while restoring skin’s suppleness and elasticity.
We use a novel OAT OIL rich in skin identical lipids including Ceramides, Phospholipids, natural antioxidants and Vitamins. In addition to the rich, luxurious skin feel, Oat Oil supports the skin’s natural lipid barrier to improve moisture retention and condition.
We use a high grade of GRAPE SEED OIL, which is renowned for its antioxidant qualities and soothing properties. The antioxidants in Grape Seed Oil have youthful-ageing effects through protection of collagen and elastin, the building blocks of skin. It is naturally rich in Omega-6 and Omega-9 essential fatty acids, offering excellent skin hydration benefits and is reported to help blemish-prone skins too.
JOJOBA OIL has a light, smooth emolliency and is renowned for its many skin benefits including improving skin elasticity and suppleness. Jojoba is rich in natural tocopherols to help protect skin against oxidation.
VITAMIN E is a natural antioxidant
Ethylhexyl Stearate, Coco-Caprylate/Caprate, Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride, Simmondsia Chinensis (Jojoba) Seed Oil, Squalane, Vitis Vinifera (Grape) Seed Oil, Avena Sativa (Oat) Kernel Oil, Caryodendron Orinocense Seed Oil, Tocopheryl Acetate, Citronellol, Parfum (Fragrance), Limonene, Linalool, Geraniol, Benzyl Alcohol, Isoeugenol.
Oils are fabulous for treating a multitude of skin issues including general dryness, occasional dryness in certain area's at certain times. Combined with active ingredients they can go way beyond addressing dry skins with benefits that address, ageing, problem skins, stretch marks and more.
I think the development and growth of organic skincare products over the last couple of decades is pivotal in the increase of the number of beauty oils that have launched. Primarily because in the early days, organic products were limited to a only a few forms that included oils and balms. Creating emulsions, water-based formulae and those that foamed was hugely challenging for organic brands. Over the last two decades, there have been advances and some creative license in how much of the product is organic and which organisation certify's it. Anyway, it meant that oils of all kinds were developed, cleansing, hair, face, scalp and each addressing a different area allowed more products to be developed.
Added to that, is the intelligence gained from other cultures and their rituals, that include the use of oils for the benefit of skin, body, hair, scalp etc. For example Ayurvedic practices.