Is Oil Good or Bad for the Face? Learn more here!
If you are on any social media platform, there is a good chance you saw this post yesterday. BB Bombs was even tagged a few times. However, I personally felt it is a good time to provide some pros & cons of using face oil. From there you can decide what skincare route is best for you!
They can reduce wrinkles
They're good for dry skin
They can protect your skin
They can be the perfect primer
They can shrink large pores
They can calm down rashes
They can get help get rid of zits
Heavy oils can congest the skin and cause breakouts, which will definitely inflame and irritate existing acne conditions.
Oils such as coconut, olive and wheat germ should be avoided, as they may block pores and cause increased blemishes.
Now you may be wondering what oils to look for. It is important to know your skin and have a specific skin goal. From there you can choose the right oil blend. Here are a few oils we recommend and why.
Sunflower Seed Oil
There’s evidence that sunflower seed oil may help with skin barrier repair. Research also shows that it has anti-inflammatory effects and may help with wound healing.
Argan oil is a popular skincare oil that can help with skin barrier repair. Studies suggest that it has anti-inflammatory and wound-healing effects. Topical application has also been shown to have an anti-aging effect on skin by improving skin elasticity.
Rosehip Seed Oil
Rosehip seed oil may help with skin barrier repair. There’s also evidence that it can help fight signs of aging and has anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties.
Tea Tree Oil
Tea tree oil has been used to help manage acne, as an anti-fungal, and to reduce inflammation.
Many of our products here are made with these oils specifically because of the benefits. We do not dilute or substitute to make sure you have a consistent formulation at all times.
Oil is good when done right.