Oils can provide rich nourishment, lubrication and protection for your skin. By themselves oils do not hydrate, so technically they are not moisturizers. Yet at times, when hydration is not an issue or when skin is deficient, thin, damaged or not producing sufficient sebum, all you may need is the application of a little oil. Oils can act as moisture barriers when applied to a damp face that has been cleansed and rinsed. If you qpt for an oil treatment in this phase of your skin care routine, you might choose one of the following (see also Botancials Section in the Ingredients chapter):
Olive oil is good for most skin types, with the exception of very oily skin.
Almond oil is good for most skin types.
Grapeseed oil is drying, and is thus good for oily skin.
Jojoba oil is good for most skin types, especially dry, aging or damaged skin.
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