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Load On Some Squalane For An Innate Facelift

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Squalane, present in human bodies comprises of ten percent sebum which is a lubricant present in the sebaceous glands that aids in guarding the skin from the vagaries of nature and helps retain it suppleness. As ageing progresses, the production of squalane in the body also keeps depleting accordingly, thus leading to the appearance of wrinkly, sallow and dry skin.

Load On Some Squalane For An Innate FaceliftIt is also found in shark liver oil extract and was used by Japanese fishing folks for several years due to its remedial properties and health advantages like fighting colds, flu, chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia and several deadly viruses. The shark’s noticeable resistance to cancer and other ailments is an area that has been constantly probed by researchers to unravel the profound advantages of squalane.

Squalane is derived from olive oil by the process of steam distillation and has no color or odour. Thus, one could consider squalane to be best for the skin as it is the finest part derived from olive oil. Squalane can even be obtained from Rice Bran as well as Wheat Germ. It is antioxidant rich and an exceptional emollient quite easily absorbed into the skin.

Squalane enhances the skin’s ability to rejuvenate, nurture, moisturise and increase oxygen supply to the skin. Its light, non-sticky texture is perfect for those opting for a non-greasy version of moisturisers. As it provides an innate blockade to the skin, it helps retain moisture in the body which helps avert dryness and wrinkles.

Squalane also aids in warding off the spread of bacteria that obstruct normal cell growth. Those who suffer from a host of skin problems like eruptions, pigmentation, dryness, eczema, freckles amongst others benefit significantly from the daily use of squalane.

It is known to repair cracks and abrasions in the skin that occur mainly during the winters. Cracks on hands and feet are the potential entry points for germs that can infiltrate the body through them. Squalane is known to even to be an effective shield for the skin against the harsh elements of nature that include sun, fumes and pollution.

This non-toxic, non-allergic and non-irritant can be made more effective by combining an essential oil of choice; Rosewood and Geranium are good options, two to three drops of each which can be added to an ounce of Squalane to be applied prior to bedtime for optimal benefits.

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