Milea All Organics
A few dabs onto your skin and around the eye area can help diminish fine lines and wrinkles, improve skin's appearance, and make it feel as smooth as silk. Grapeseed oil has emerged as an ideal oil to use on your facial skin. More effective used directly on the skin and on its own.
This nutrient-rich oil is derived from grape seeds. It is rich in antioxidants and OPCs. Grapeseed gives you anti-aging benefits, more supple skin, as well as an even skin tone. While it works well for most skin types, it may prove to be too greasy for highly oily skin. A patch test is recommended for first time use.
Oils mimic sebum in the way that they hydrate the skin. Oily skin has the benefits of sebum, but dry skin does not. To use it as a moisturizer, simply slather plain grapeseed oil on your skin once or twice per day. Another option is to put five or six drops into your favorite skin cream to give it an extra boost.
No one is exempt from free radicals. Found in pollution and the environment in general, free radicals can cause premature wrinkling. The way to combat them is with antioxidants. Grapeseed oil is chock-full of antioxidants. Using it daily—or several times per week—can help prevent fine lines and wrinkles.
Grapeseed oil rivals vitamin C in the potential for evening out your skin tone. Vitamin C serums are popular for getting a clear, even skin tone. Instead of using a pricey serum, just apply plain grapeseed oil on your face before bed. If you have dry skin, feel free to put some on in the morning too. If you have oily skin, avoid wearing it during the day.
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I'm in my early 20s and though I have pretty okay type of skin, I've decided to finally do moisturize my face before I go to sleep. They said that whatever you put in your skin before bedtime will be absorbed the most.
But which product to use is my problem. I have not found any commercial moisturizer that didn't mess up my skin until using Grapeseed oil. Was this like putting cooking oil in my face? Let me tell you; NO. I've tried sunflower & rosehip oil which is just okay, Jojoba on the other hand is too dry for me. Grapeseed oild balanced out those three oils I've tried. This is just me for me and it might not (at all) work for you so you have try out quite a few oils to find the right one for your skin. But for now, Grapeseed oil gave me the best of results.
Also best used after toning with Milea's Lemongrass toner!
My youngest daughter only asks for the pure. She has sunburn on her mouth area. She doesn't want any other topical cream except this Grapeseed which helped her go thru the predicament.
i am using the grapeseed oil and rosehip oil, and i give both a thumbs up, my facial skin became clearer, softer and very much hydrated and not oily despite using these oils as an adjunct to my skin care line moisturizer. the product is worth the money because a little goes a long way in terms of application.
i am satisfied with the speed of delivery and i will definitely re-order.