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Which oil(s) should be used for normal skin types?

Which oil(s) should be used for normal skin types?

Normal skin serves as a reference for evaluating other skin types. It is, in a way, the ideal skin that has few imperfections and almost no oil. Despite this, it requires regular and appropriate care to maintain its skin balance and protect itself from external aggressions. An overview.

The characteristics of normal skin.

Normal skin is characterised by its smooth and soft texture. With its matte and uniform appearance, the skin's grain is regular and the pores are uniform, even invisible. Individuals with normal skin have a radiant complexion. This skin type is also distinguished by the absence of pigmentation spots, imperfections, oily/shiny areas or dry patches. It is supple and firm, providing a sense of comfort throughout the day. Even though so-called "normal" skin does not present any particular problems, it is essential to protect it from the sun, pollution or climate changes. As a result, the daily beauty routine should consist of treatments containing active ingredients that can prevent potential disturbances, hydrate the skin and prevent the accumulation of sebum in the pores.

Which facial oil should one adopt to maintain healthy normal skin?

Normal skin is a type of skin that is neither oily nor dry. It also shows no signs of blemishes or discomfort. Unlike other skin types, normal skin also better withstands external aggressions. However, it requires regular care to maintain its balance. Indeed, with age, the skin regenerates less quickly and gradually dehydrates. To counteract this problem and prevent it, the application of a gentle and penetrating vegetable oil is recommended.

Thehazelnut vegetable oil is among the recommended cosmetics for daily care of normal skin. Thanks to its content of essential fatty acids (omega-6), hazelnut oil, obtained by cold pressing, helps to regulate sebum production and strengthen the skin's lipid barrier. A true source of vitamin E, known for their antioxidant action, hazelnut oil also helps the body defend against infections and trap free radicals induced by sunlight, responsible for premature skin ageing. Hazelnut oil also contains active ingredients, such as oleic acid and linoleic acid, ideal for deeply hydrating and nourishing the skin without risking unbalancing the hydrolipidic film and without leaving a greasy finish. It should be noted that the hazelnut is listed among the nuts. Therefore, its application is contraindicated for people allergic to this category of ingredients. It would be preferable to perform an allergy test before use.

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