Why You Need to be Using Buckthorn Oil
Sometimes we have to come to the terrible realization that we don’t look as good as we did a few years ago. We can try and fight but when we do fight father time, it’s always a losing battle.
To stand a chance in this fight we have to change the way we think, we have to adapt from trying to fight aging by reversing it and welcome it with open arms.
Because we are all aging.
Instead, we can soften the blow significantly, we can invest our time into learning how certain products work and how we can utilize their powers and (unfortunately) not reverse aging, but slow it down and look great in the process.
With a wealth of products that claim to reverse aging, it can be difficult to know what to do with all these products, how to use them, or what’s even in them.
If you’re anything like us, you spend more and more time looking in the mirror praying for a new miracle product that can come along to keep the wrinkles at bay.
If you’re reading this, then you already know where we're going.
If you haven’t heard of buckthorn oil, it’s probably because big name beauty brands don’t want you to hear about it. With over 200 nutrients, it is the best addition to your natural skin care regimen.
Buckthorn oil comes from sour orange berries that grow naturally in parts of Europe and Asia. Russians have used buckthorn oil to treat a variety of skin ailments long before it made its way into western cosmetics and medicine. Known to reduce illness that can come from cancer treatment, radiation damage, and help to balance the immune system, this essential oil is a healing warrior.
Vitamin E has been proven time and time again that is one of the leading natural ingredients in anti-aging products. Buckthorn oil contains a super high content of vitamin E, and a high content of vitamin C. Both these vitamins work together to reduce gravities effect on your skin and alleviating tough skin. Buckthorn oil also contains fatty acids which have the incredible ability to revive dead skin cells.
If you’re aiming for reduced fine lines and something to help fight acne, then you’ve found your new secret weapon.
Buckthorn oil is highly anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial and has a high amount of antioxidants. All of this means, this wonder product is going to keep both wrinkles and pimples at bay.
Here are some of the incredible benefits of buckthorn oil
- Acne Fighting Serum
Intensive acne treatments can be very harsh on your face and more often than not can make your face dry out. Buckthorn oil does not dry your face out, so it can be a perfect replacement or addition to your current acne fighting products.
- Wrinkle Defense Ointment
Unfortunately, since buckthorn oil is an essential oil, you can't use it directly on your skin. Fortunately, you can dilute buckthorn oil with fresh aloe vera for a perfect defense against unwanted wrinkles.
Or you can use a product with Buckthorn Oil already mixed in.
Our popular Buckthorn Facial Moisturizer has all the benefits of buckthorn oil already mixed in with a moisturizer.
The vitamin C in buckthorn is profound enough to give you a defense as good as any over the counter cream would.
- Dry Eye Relief
Dry eyes are an unexpected side effect of aging that can suddenly work their way into our lives.
The anti-inflammatory component of sea buckthorn makes this oil extremely effective in alleviating dryness, particularly because our sockets get dry when inflamed and buckthorn oil can increase tear secretion.
Taking a few droplets of sea buckthorn oil a day can keep the eye doctor away — just make sure you discuss it with your eye doctor first, and do NOT put it directly in your eye!
There you have it, a few reasons why you need to be using buckthorn oil in your beauty regimen. We have no doubt that as time goes on more and more studies will be conducted to showcase the crazy benefits of this oil.
If you want a to combine this incredible oil with an amazing moisturizer then our Buckthorn Facial Moisturizer is the perfect solution.