Regulates oil production because it’s so similar to the sebum that our bodies naturally produce. When applying jojoba oil to the face it absorbs into the skin while simultaneously leaving a soothing seal on the surface. This sends a signal to the hair follicles that the skin doesn’t need additional sebum for hydration keeping the skin from looking oily while helping to prevent clogged pores due to the overproduction of oil. This feature makes jojoba oil amazingly adaptable in it’s ability to improve both dry skin as well as oily skin.
Improves the skin’s ability to retain water, promoting elasticity. Full of omega-6 and omega-9, which aids in reducing redness and speeds up wound healing. Especially helpful with cuts or abrasions caused from shaving.
Grape Seed Oil:
High in linoleic acid, which can be advantageous for skin prone to acne. Studies show that breakouts are more common amongst people that have skin deficient of linoleic acid.
Natural vitamin E derived from sunflower oil. Natural sources of vitamin E provide a higher level of bioavailability than the synthetic versions created in a lab. This powerful antioxidant protects the skin from the damage of free radicals. Regular use of vitamin E has been proven to reduce the appearance of scars over time.
Our blend of lavender, copaiba and eucalyptus essential oils were included in this recipe for their anti-inflammatory properties and ability to encourage wound healing because let’s face it… no matter how careful you may be nicks and cuts are bound to happen. Also, helps to alleviate irritation that could be caused from razor friction.