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Skin care elements in their pure form

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Skin care elements in their pure form

If you have been watching me on Periscope, I often mention the good ingredients my lipsticks are formulated with: vitamin E, shea butter, jojoba oil, grapeseed oil, and avocado oil.  In this article, I break down what each element contributes, and how you can use these ingredients on your skin. 

Anti-oxidizing Oils:  Vitamin E oil, Grapeseed, Avocado


Vitamin E: has anti-oxidant and anti-aging properties. Protects, repairs, great for repairing, great for sunburns, acne marks, and scars. 

Grapeseed Oil: treats acne, tightens the skin, relieves dark circles under the eye, moisturizing, and anti-aging. 

Avocado Oil: High in Vitamin E, which prevents inflammation and promotes anti-aging.  Avocado oil can also boost collagen production.  It is rich in Omega 3 fatty acids which is highly beneficial for your skin's health.

Jojoba Oil:  A liquid wax, acts as a natural skin conditioner and is similar to the sebum in your skin. It is non-comedogenic and non-allogenic.  Jojoba is actually a wax ester.  When used, it can actually trick your skin into thinking it has produced enough sebum.  This reduces the production of sebum, thus reducing acne.  It is also known to have anti-bacterial properties, also reducing acne inflammation and the clogged pores and bacteria associated with acne. 

Shea Butter: Moisturizing, smoothing, contains oleic, stearic, and linolenic acid which protects and nourishes your skin, and helps your skin to retain moisture. 

Use your Dial M Style Vitamin E stick (It also has shea butter) under your eyes to reduce wrinkles and eye bags.  

Now you know, when you wear Dial M lipstick on your lips, you are benefiting from all of these wonderful items found in nature! 



To purchase any of these oils/ingredients in pure form, check out this link to my Amazon Associates Store. 




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