[Day 2] Secret Anointing for Spotlessness...
Welcome to Day 2 of How to Have A Smooth Skin in 2022.
Please pay attention to what I'm about to share with you. It's a very vital piece of information most people don't know.
I was surprised when I learnt about it.
One person influential in helping us to create our new product is a man in the US who runs his own skincare company.
When he was giving us the formulation for our star product, the body scrub, he mentioned some botanical oils we can use.
So I asked...I want to create a product that can work for all skin types, so I don't want too many oils.
He simply asked me not to worry, that the oil works well for all skin types, including oily skin and acne-prone skin.
But hey, I can't just take what someone says, I had to do my research.
While doing my research, I stumbled on a quote by a world renowned skincare expert. Let me share it with you:
"Our body produces oil naturally, but as we age that production decreases significantly," says Ling Chan, celebrity facialist and founder of Ling Skin Care. "The skin needs oil to maintain a healthy balance, otherwise, it gets too dry which can cause breakouts, fine lines, and wrinkles. Using a facial oil helps keep moisture in the skin while protecting it from the environmental damage," she explains.
I had to study more to understand better. So let me break it down simply for you.
The important question is: What causes acne?
Acne is caused by the skin secreting excess oil, which gets trapped in the skin pore with dead skin cells. This allows bacteria to thrive and then acne pops up.
Why does the skin secrete excess oil. Simple answer: It feels dry.
When your skin feels dry, it releases more oil to moisturize itself. So,etimes the oil gets too much, especially if you naturally have oily skin.
So how do you stop your skin from secreting excess oil? By HELPING it to NOT feel dry.
By applying oils to your skin! This is how you help your skin to maintain a healthy balance and not get too dry, just as Ling said. And the problem with unhealthy balance is not restricted to acne; it causes premature aging too.
You're probably wondering: "won't more oil make my oily skin worse?"
Well, it depends on the kind of oil you apply on your skin.
Some oils are good for the skin, while some are bad generally.
Some oils are good for dry skin, while bad for oily skin (e.g., olive oil).
Some oils are good for ALL skin types (e.g., Squalene).
Here is the secret to help you I prove your skin: Add oils to your skincare routine. Good oils that are light and have BOTH omega-6 and omega-9 fatty acids. Same with botanical butters.
These are oils and butters that will help you:
- moisturize your skin if yours is dry
- control and balance your skin's oil production if yours is oily or acne prone.
These are the oils and butters I've used in creating our products. Three powerful products, each of which can on their own stop acne and erase dark spots – a soap, a body butter and a scrub-mask hybrid.
The Shortest Cut to Having a Smooth, Soft and Spotless Skin in 2022
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