Oils to add appeal and function to your skincare lines.

February 16, 2019

Oils to add appeal and function to your skincare lines.

When it comes to formulating beauty products, cosmetics, and other personal care products, unrefined and cold-pressed oils offer the most beneficial and attractive properties for consumers. Being able to claim unrefined and cold-pressed oils on your label is an important selling point among today’s ingredients-conscious shoppers.

Popular Oils In Today’s Market

Almond oil, argan oil, avocado oil, coconut oil, and rosehip oil have become the faces of natural skincare and haircare over the past few years. If you are looking to formulate a new product, incorporating one or more of those oils will add significant value and appeal to your product.

With the alphabet soup of oils, you’re probably wondering what oil will be best for you?

Almond oil hydrates the skin with antioxidants, and moisturises ageing and damaged skin. Its anti-inflammatory properties can also relieve itchy and dry skin conditions like psoriasis and eczema. 

Argan oil, meanwhile, functions as skin and hair moisturiser while it also fights signs of ageing on the skin.

Avocado oil is also famous for its rich oleic acid content that softens hair fibres from harsh damage and adds shine to dull hair. It makes the ultimate addition to any hair or skin care product.

Everybody is familiar with coconut oil. At this point; it’s often considered the miracle oil that can do everything from heal burns to moisturise the hair. You can’t go wrong adding coconut oil into your product!

Finally, rosehip oil is gaining exposure for its ability to combat free radicals that cause damage in order to improve the skin’s tone, texture, and pigmentation.

The team at Aromatic Ingredients has spent years studying and working with each and every of the dozens of oils in our product line, so we can provide the guidance and advice you need to utilise oils in your own product formulations. Call us today at 03 9702 3698 to learn more!

 

 

 


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