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GLOW FACIAL OIL
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GLOW FACIAL OIL

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 Zi Dobre's Glow | Facial Oil

"Glow" is the best way to describe the natural radiance our clients notice when our oil is applied. The real magic happens below the surface. Glow Facial Oil is naturally absorbed by the pores providing a potent supply of antioxidants, probiotics, and enzymes.

How It Works:

Our Zi Dobre Glow | Facial OIL is unlike other oils that may only suit certain skin types or clog pores. Grapeseed oil is a lightweight oil that’s non comedogenic, making it suitable for most skin types—including sensitive, dry and acne-prone. Once you apply the oil to your skin, it is absorbed by the skin. The antioxidants (such as Vitamin E) fight free radicals in the skin. Over time, your skin will have all the nutrients and antioxidants it needs to be healthy, fresh, and strong!

The Results:

The rejuvenating effects include glowing luminosity, reduction of fine lines, reduction and elimination of free radicals, and improved skin tone. In addition, the Glow | Facial Oil protects the skin from UV damage, diminishes age spots, and the appearance of wrinkles.

Testimony

“We love and carry the Glow Facial Oil.  It is simply the best!  From the moment it’s applied you can see the dramatic difference in the skin.  It is super hydrating and nourishing to the skin with Anit-Aging properties. Zi Dobre Glow is an A+ product!”

- Vickey C - Owner of Flow Spa Key West

 

 

Dermatologist Recommendations

Because it contains ingredients that can improve a variety of skin concerns, those with multiple skin concerns may be able to reduce the number of products they’re currently using by making the switch to grape seed oil. Here’s everything you need to know about this multi-talented beauty product.

“Cold-pressed oils may have more active potential, since they haven’t been heated, distilled, or processed. This helps to keep its antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and antimicrobial properties intact.

- Los Angles Based board Certified Dermatologist.

- Dr Tsippora Shainhouse Author of Skin Rules

Purchase book here: (https://www.amazon.com/Skin-Rules-Trade-Secrets-Dermatologist/dp/1250025109/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=skin+rules&qid=1600881241&sr=8-1)

5 Reasons Dermatologists Say You Should Rub Grapeseed Oil Into Your Skin

Source: https://www.prevention.com/beauty/skin-care/a26038564/grapeseed-oil-skin-benefits/

Manages acne

Grape seed oil contains high levels of linoleic acid, an omega-6 fatty acid that can help control acne by decreasing clogged pores. “Acne-prone skin has been found to be deficient in linoleic acid, making the sebum (oil) thick and sticky, leading to clogged pores,” says Dr. Bard.It’s also anti-inflammatory and anti-microbial, making it an ideal sidekick in your fight against breakouts, and can be used as a carrier oil for tea tree oil, another potential acne fighter. Bonus: The vitamin E in grape seed oil may help lessen the appearance of acne scarring, says Debra Jaliman, MD, author of Skin Rules.

 Protects against free radicals

The antioxidants found in grapeseed oil, such as vitamin C, vitamin E, and proanthrocyanidin (phew), can help to prevent—and undo—pollution- and UV-induced free radical damage to the skin, says Dr. Shainhouse. The result? Skin that’s smooth and firm—and better protected against more serious issues too, such as skin cancer. (Remember: Free radicals are unstable molecules that can wreak havoc on your body’s cells.)

 Moisturizes and balances the skin

Back to the fatty acids, which can help improve your skin’s moisture level by reducing transepidermal water loss (where the skin loses water to the surrounding environment via evaporation): “Linoleic acid integrates into the cell membranes to fortify the skin barrier and smooth and soften skin,” says Dr. Shainhouse. 

Meanwhile, vitamin E replenishes lipids that have been lost (the skin’s natural fats that help to maintain a protective barrier and hold onto moisture). If your skin is on the oily side, this moisture boost will also help slow oil production, which tends to strike because your skin thinks it’s too dry.

 Reduces inflammation

Some studies show that linoleic acid also has anti-inflammatory properties, says Dr. Jaliman, and may reduce inflammation in the skin’s epidermal (top) and dermal (middle) layers. Plus, the phytosterols (a type of molecule found in plants) in grape seeds may help control the skin’s inflammatory response, according to a review published in the Molecular Journal of International Sciences. This may make it a handy oil to have around if you have an inflammatory disorder like eczema or rosacea.

 Minimizes fine lines and wrinkles

Besides fatty acids, grape seed oil contains polyphenols, which help fight premature aging. “Polyphenols have been known to not just slow the aging process, but reverse signs of aging, like sun spots, fine lines, and wrinkles,” says Dr. Jaliman. The oil contains natural astringent properties too, resulting in firmer-looking skin..

Protects against free radicals

The antioxidants found in grapeseed oil, such as vitamin C, vitamin E, and proanthrocyanidin (phew), can help to prevent—and undo—pollution- and UV-induced free radical damage to the skin, says Dr. Shainhouse. The result? Skin that’s smooth and firm—and better protected against more serious issues too, such as skin cancer. (Remember: Free radicals are unstable molecules that can wreak havoc on your body’s cells.)

Moisturizes and balances the skin

Back to the fatty acids, which can help improve your skin’s moisture level by reducing transepidermal water loss (where the skin loses water to the surrounding environment via evaporation): “Linoleic acid integrates into the cell membranes to fortify the skin barrier and smooth and soften skin,” says Dr. Shainhouse. 

Meanwhile, vitamin E replenishes lipids that have been lost (the skin’s natural fats that help to maintain a protective barrier and hold onto moisture). If your skin is on the oily side, this moisture boost will also help slow oil production, which tends to strike because your skin thinks it’s too dry.

Reduces inflammation

Some studies show that linoleic acid also has anti-inflammatory properties, says Dr. Jaliman, and may reduce inflammation in the skin’s epidermal (top) and dermal (middle) layers. Plus, the phytosterols (a type of molecule found in plants) in grape seeds may help control the skin’s inflammatory response, according to a review published in the Molecular Journal of International Sciences. This may make it a handy oil to have around if you have an inflammatory disorder like eczema or rosacea.

 Minimizes fine lines and wrinkles

 Besides fatty acids, grapeseed oil contains polyphenols, which help fight premature aging. “Polyphenols have been known to not just slow the aging process, but reverse signs of aging, like sun spots, fine lines, and wrinkles,” says Dr. Jaliman. The oil contains natural astringent properties too, resulting in firmer-looking skin..

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