It has the same structure as sebum, regulating oil on the surface, making it a perfect balancing oil. The amount of squalane our skin produces declines with age, leaving it rough, dry, and vulnerable. Because our skin naturally produces squalene, it instantly recognises it when applied topically, softening and freeing tissue; like a lock and key: it fits perfectly.
Considered a great multi-tasking oil – it’s lightweight, non-greasy, non-comedogenic, antibacterial, and safe for sensitive skin – it can be used to address a catalogue of complexion complaints without irritation including dryness, seborrheic dermatitis, eczema, acne, inflammation, and excess sebum.
A natural form of Vitamin E is also found in the formula, a powerful, oil-soluble antioxidant, its role on the skin is two-fold: it neutralises free radicals; moisturising the skin and visibly improving the appearance of premature ageing, whilst preserving the skin’s oil, giving it longevity.