Dry oil, a light and fast-absorbing oil. Skin and hair care. It has a high content of polyunsaturated fatty acids, antioxidants and vitamins. Like all dry oils, you can use it to seal in moisture on your skin or hair to increase the intensity and duration of hydration.
Use as the last step in your facial skincare (on top of the cream) or on the body after a shower or on your still wet hair as a mask.
Contains: almond, avocado, jojoba, wheat, grape, sesame, sunflower oil, Indian Cannavis, Chilean rosehip, Damascus rosehip, vitamins E, A, B
Full of antioxidants that help prevent free radicals, manage oxidative stress and protect skin and hair from UV rays and pollution.
Instructions for use:
Using dry oil on hair
Apply one to two drops of the dry oil to your hands, warming it between your palms before massaging it into freshly washed hair in sections at a time. Start at the ends and work your way up. You can also add a little oil to the conditioner (three to five drops) for a nourishing hair mask. To apply to dry hair, warm one to two drops of oil in your palms before applying to your ends or to smooth frizz.
Using dry oil on the skin
As the final step of your skin care routine, warm a few drops of oil in your palms before pressing it onto your face. You can do this after your moisturizer if your skin is quite dehydrated, or use the oil alone to lock in hydration. Just make sure it's the last step in your routine – no serum or cream can penetrate afterwards.
Use as an excellent body oil
After you get out of the shower, apply a few drops of oil on your skin and massage. Make sure your skin is still slightly damp.
Using dry oil on nails
The oil is excellent for cracked, frayed cuticles. Rub them whenever your nails need moisturizing, and especially after washing your hands. It is absorbed quickly and does not leave the hands greasy.