Beautiful skin is one of the many signs of good health. The beauty industry is worth about 532 billion dollars and is expected to reach 716 billion dollars by 2025, according to a report in Global News Wire.
Beauty giants across the world make billions of dollars a year creating products and advertising targeted toward your desire to feel beautiful.
With so many products that pique the interest of us all, it can be quite overwhelming understanding the best products for your skin.
Although we can’t speak for other brands, we can help you out with ours. Discover five reasons sea buckthorn oil can be great for your skin.
Plus, learn tips on how you can use our sea buckthorn products in your daily skin-care routine.
5 Ways Sea Buckthorn Will Benefit Your Skin
1. Sea Buckthorn Berry oil Maintains a Healthy Complexion.
We have two different oils from the sea buckthorn plant. These two oils are sea buckthorn oil and sea buckthorn berry oil sometimes called sea buckthorn fruit oil. Sea buckthorn berry oil is extracted from the sea buckthorn berry. Sea buckthorn berry oil is a deep orange color. It has a plethora of nutrients for your skin.Some ingredients include omega-6 and 7, beta carotene, antioxidants, flavonoids and vitamins.
It works to support your skin by nourishing your cell membranes. Using this sparingly may help you achieve a vibrant glow. Because of its orange color, many people mix this oil with their everyday moisturizers.
2. Sea Buckthorn Seed oil Supports Inflammation Response to help battle skin conditions like psoriasis and eczema. This oil also works to battle these skin conditions by promoting tissue rejuvenation in the skin and helps promote brighter skin.
3. Sea buckthorn seed oil and berry oil both support anti-aging properties and may help with blemishes and dark spots due to its many nutrients and antioxidants.
According to a study published by the National Center Biology Institute, sea buckthorn seed oils has a balanced composition of fatty acids that care for “dry, flaky and rapidly aging skin.” The study also states that the fatty acids, omega 6 and 7 regenerate skin.
Moreover, the study states that sea buckthorn seed oil removes excess toxins from the body and it also easily penetrates through to the epidermis.
4. Sea buckthorn oil has been known to help people with rosacea maintain healthy skin.
5. Sea buckthorn berry oil may help repair skin that has been damaged with wounds or burns and protect against skin infections.
How to Incorporate the Oil Into Your Everyday Skin Care Routine
Now that you are aware of how important the nutrients in sea buckthorn oil can be to your skin care routine, here’s how you can use our product. Start your morning off with a nice facial massage using our facial cleanser.
Our facial cleanser is gentle enough to use every day but tough enough to get the job done.The natural jojoba esters exfoliate and revive dull skin without it being too harsh.
Exfoliating boosts blood circulation in the skin for a bright and fresh complexion. Oh, and of course, it contains sea buckthorn oil. This cleanser is perfect for makeup lovers.
Once you cleanse your face, you can follow up with our facial cream. Our facial cream makes it easy to reap the benefits of sea buckthorn oil.
The omega-7 provides hydration and boosts cellular functions. This facial cream works to restore the natural balance of your skin. This cream is suited for all skin types and has no synthetic fragrances.
To retain and seal in all the water and moisture from your morning shower, you can lather your body with our sea buckthorn body lotion. Like our facial cream, its infused with Omega-3, 6, 7 and 9. This facial lotion helps soothe sensitive skin and helps restore moisture balance to dry skin.
SeabuckWonders' berry and seed oil are great for topical use. For ongoing skin issues, our oils work great if you massage it into affected areas. But keep in mind the berry oil is bright orange and the less pigment you have in your skin the more the orange color will shine through. The color won’t last long but some people prefer to wipe off the access after using it as a nightly facial mask or even mix it with their current moisturizers and creams for day and nightly use.
Where Does Sea Buckthorn Come From?
Sea buckthorn oil is extracted from the fleshy fruit or seeds of sea buckthorn berries. Sea buckthorn is a native plant in Europe and Asia. The sea buckthorn tree also grows along rocky shorelines and in high altitude mountain areas. It has as many as 200 nutrients. This means it has a plethora of benefits and one of those benefits is that it’s nourishing for your skin.
Why you Need an Oil
The shelves in the skin care aisle are full of so many oils and serums. But a lot of people are still afraid to use oils on their skin. People fear that using oil will cause acne or create massive breakouts.
This is even more of a fear for those who have oily skin as they believe this will enhance the issue. But the truth is that oils work for every skin type.
Oils can rebalance skin and restore a healthy and natural complexion.You may be surprised to find out how many products have oils in them.
Have you ever been to a spa and had a facial? If you answered yes, chances are you already put oils on your face. Oils or essential oils just so happen to be a common ingredient that estheticians use for professional facials.
Sea Buckthorn Oil Alternatives
You don’t want to deal with creams and oils? Do you wish to stick to your current oils and moisturizers but still wish to reap all the benefits sea buckthorn oil has to offer? Try our Omega-7 supplement. Omega-7 Complete is our best selling product. Why? Because it is a capsule supplement that has a complete blend of sea buckthorn seed and berry oil. It’s the easiest way to reap all the benefits sea buckthorn oil has to offer. In addition to supporting healthy skin it also supports the luster, health and growth of your hair and nails.
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