Jun 18, 2018

There are lots of reasons why someone’s skin might be irritable, and not all of them are directly affected by skincare. But some are, and for those types of concerns, it’s so helpful to have safe, simple and effective skincare solutions on hand for whenever you need them. In the case of skin that is easily irritable, your best bet is to rely on simple, high quality, cold pressed and organic carrier oils. The reason? Depending on the oil you use, they basically have everything your skin needs to calm down- and stay that way.

One of the best, easiest to find and extremely gentle oils for this is jojoba. This beautiful golden lipid is almost identical to your skin’s own natural sebum, and as a result it is readily and easily utilized upon application. Many times people with irritable skin have their issue as a result of skin that is not properly nourished or otherwise out of balance. Jojoba is great in that it helps to rebalance your skin’s own natural oil production while also delivering nourishing essential fatty acids and antioxidants like vitamin E. People with skin that is either too oily or too dry will love jojoba as it works to fix both issues and bring skin back to a state of beautiful balance.

Tamanu oil is another fabulous oil for soothing irritable skin, and it can be used on both the face and the body with phenomenal results. It is a deeply nourishing and moisture rich oil with a smooth glide and seriously luscious texture that makes it the perfect body oil. If you find your skin is finicky, dry and/or sensitive, tamanu is a great tropical treat for your skin.

Another great oil is Macadamia nut oil which has been shown to slow the signs of ageing and has also been used to improve the appearance of scars, sunburn and other minor skin irritations. Macadamia nut oil also contains Palmitoleic Acid (Omega 7), an active anti-microbial that is found naturally in youthful skin. Palmitoleic Acid (Omega 7) levels in our skin reduce with age, contributing to the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles and weathered skin. Macadamia Nut Oil is high in monounsaturated fatty acids, including Oleic Acid (Omega 9), which are very moisturising, regenerating and softening on the skin.  These fatty acids also have anti-inflammatory properties and the Linoleic Acid (Omega 6) in Macadamia nut oil helps to restore the skin’s barrier function and reduce water loss.

These three amazing natural oils can be found in our Restore Treatment Oil. Apply only a few drops to your hand and warm the oil and apply to your skin. This oil is beneficial for anyone suffering from eczema, psoriasis, dry/flaky skin and even sensitive skin. Adding a few drops to your daily lotion as well, can benefit you and your skin’s hydration levels as well.

Our Restore Treatment Oil is also exceptional for men. It works as a great hydrating oil post-shave and helps heal any razor burn and prevents ingrown hairs. The structure of men’s skin is a lot thicker than that of female’s skin, so this oil will also help hydrate as well.

There are lots of reasons why someone’s skin might be irritable, and not all of them are directly affected by skincare. But some are, and for those types of concerns, it’s so helpful to have safe, simple and effective skincare solutions on hand for whenever you need them. In the case of skin that is easily irritable, your best bet is to rely on simple, high quality, cold pressed and organic carrier oils. The reason? Depending on the oil you use, they basically have everything your skin needs to calm down- and stay that way.

One of the best, easiest to find and extremely gentle oils for this is jojoba. This beautiful golden lipid is almost identical to your skin’s own natural sebum, and as a result it is readily and easily utilized upon application. Many times people with irritable skin have their issue as a result of skin that is not properly nourished or otherwise out of balance. Jojoba is great in that it helps to rebalance your skin’s own natural oil production while also delivering nourishing essential fatty acids and antioxidants like vitamin E. People with skin that is either too oily or too dry will love jojoba as it works to fix both issues and bring skin back to a state of beautiful balance.

Tamanu oil is another fabulous oil for soothing irritable skin, and it can be used on both the face and the body with phenomenal results. It is a deeply nourishing and moisture rich oil with a smooth glide and seriously luscious texture that makes it the perfect body oil. If you find your skin is finicky, dry and/or sensitive, tamanu is a great tropical treat for your skin.

Another great oil is Macadamia nut oil which has been shown to slow the signs of ageing and has also been used to improve the appearance of scars, sunburn and other minor skin irritations. Macadamia nut oil also contains Palmitoleic Acid (Omega 7), an active anti-microbial that is found naturally in youthful skin. Palmitoleic Acid (Omega 7) levels in our skin reduce with age, contributing to the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles and weathered skin. Macadamia Nut Oil is high in monounsaturated fatty acids, including Oleic Acid (Omega 9), which are very moisturising, regenerating and softening on the skin.  These fatty acids also have anti-inflammatory properties and the Linoleic Acid (Omega 6) in Macadamia nut oil helps to restore the skin’s barrier function and reduce water loss.

These three amazing natural oils can be found in our Restore Treatment Oil. Apply only a few drops to your hand and warm the oil and apply to your skin. This oil is beneficial for anyone suffering from eczema, psoriasis, dry/flaky skin and even sensitive skin. Adding a few drops to your daily lotion as well, can benefit you and your skin’s hydration levels as well.

Our Restore Treatment Oil is also exceptional for men. It works as a great hydrating oil post-shave and helps heal any razor burn and prevents ingrown hairs. The structure of men’s skin is a lot thicker than that of female’s skin, so this oil will also help hydrate as well.

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