Your Complete Guide To Facial Oils

4/05/2018 Osmosis Skincare 2 Comments

Osmosis Moisturizing Collection is luxuriously hydrating, healing, and rich in all the yummy goodness your skin needs to repair and improve its function and integrity. All four products in the collection provide unique benefits and play a significant roll in the restoration of your skin's barrier, so we're breaking down each product in detail over the next 4 months so you can absorb all the information you need and gain a better understanding of your skin's health and hydration! First up... Nourish! Let's take a peek.

Nourish is an organic facial oil comprised of frequency-enhanced, cold-pressed avocado oil to plump the skin and improve elasticity, restoring a youthful glow! The skin soaks up this quick-absorbing formula like a sponge, eliminating any oily residue and leaving you with a supple radiance.

Ingredients to Love:

- Seabuckthorn Oil: Utilizes its high fatty acid content, as well as natural sources of vitamins A and E to help with cellular regeneration, wound healing, and hydration levels of the epidermis.

- Raspberry Seed Oil: Contains natural anti-inflammatory properties to reduce redness and irritation while promoting healing of the barrier. Being large part linoleic acid, it is great for acneic skin helping to moisturize and reduce water loss in the skin.

-Avocado Oil: The spotlight ingredient of this sumptuous facial oil! Cold-pressed and chock-full of vitamins, minerals, protein, lecithin, and fatty acids, this is best used for healing and regenerating.

Facial Oil vs. Cream Moisturizers:

Both oils and creams are highly beneficial in providing hydration, protection, and many other benefits to the skin. But, when do you choose a facial oil over a cream moisturizer and vice versa?

Oils are usually derived from plants, fruits, or botanicals, so if you're looking for simplistic, all-natural ingredients in your skincare, this is the way to go!

If your skin is compromised, the facial oil will gently help rebuild the barrier until it is in better condition as it is more soothing to the skin.

Moisturizers are more about replacing the loss of lipids on the epidermis and typically contain a higher dose of active ingredients.

Pro Tips:

- Mix Nourish with your favorite daily moisturizer or mask for a rich boost of hydration!

- Layer underneath your makeup for a dewy glow!

- Chapped lips? Combine Nourish with your favorite gloss for a plump pout!

Reach for Nourish when dryness and sensitivity strike to get a head start on healing, then be sure to evaluate your lifestyle to promote permanent healing from within! 

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  1. Can't Immerse help do the same thing? I don't carry Nourish. Thank you.

    1. Hi Linda! The biggest difference between Nourish and Immerse is that Nourish contains the same frequencies in it as Clear. It’s also organic and more like a dry oil vs Immerse which is a richer, heavier oil that takes longer to absorb into the skin. Nourish would be better for extremely dry skin and facial massage. They are both healing and provide antioxidant support and can be added to other products like Quench to increase hydration. Please let us know if you have any additional questions!