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Moisture hydration

Why You Need A Face Oil For Maximum Hydration 

Looking to transform your dull and dry skin to a supple dewy complexion? Who isn’t! The key to unlocking this most sought after beauty secret isn’t found at the bottom of an expensive designer moisturizer jar but rather in a multitasking facial oil. Read on to see how Avoila Nourishing Facial Oil is the unexpected bridge that lies between you and property hydrated skin. Let’s cross over, shall we? 

Moisturizing that sinks in

It is worth addressing the exceptional benefits and achievable of facial oil that cannot be ignored. Facial oils have the ability to create an occlusive barrier over the skin—assisting any other products to penetrate further down through the epidermis. And it does this without any trans epidermal water loss (unlike many moisturizers) sealing in all that moisture for your pores to drink up.

Avocado oil, a main ingredient found in Avoila’s formula, is packed with fatty acids and is ideal for dehydrated and flakey skin, transforming it into a soft and dewy complexion when moisturizer on its own can’t get the job done. 

And that's where the moisturizing glow kicks in. Avoila Nourishing Facial Oil not only moisturizes skin, but helps reduce irritation and control inflammation with its soothing properties and organic ingredients.

Moisturizing that stays in

If your moisturizer is a humectant – a product that draws moisture from the outside, in – like hyaluronic acid (or avocado oil!) - that’s great! But if it doesn’t have an occlusive seal over it to lock it on (like avocado oil!), that moisture is just going to dry up on your skin so your skin is not moisturized and it is definitely not hydrated. That's why we call Avoila Nourishing Face Oil a multi-tasker—it does both!

Moisturizing that balances

While Avoila Nourishing Facial Oil is the ideal solution for dry skin, it goes way beyond that. If you suffer from acne prone or oily skin you may think you need to steer clear of facial oils to avoid further irritation. But, hydrating oily or acne prone skin is just as important as hydrating dry skin because it can balance the sebum production making sure your skin has the right amount of natural oil it needs.

Avoila is non comedogenic which means it will not clog your pores, but rather help heal and soothe inflammation while bringing your skin back to homeostasis. 

 

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