Getting your skincare routine just right can seem like an exhausting task. Just when you think you’ve found the perfect way to manage your skin, the weather changes and you require a whole different set of products to keep it under control.
Luckily, Cacay Oil is the tried and tested skincare product that works no matter what skin type you are, all year round.
Provides deep nourishment
Cacay Oil increases skin’s hydration and helps it stay nourished in the summer heat and winter cold. Because it’s easily absorbed into your pores, it means you aren’t left with a greasy residue, as you might be if you use coconut oil.
It’s long-lasting hydration benefits means you won’t just be moisturising for the day ahead, you’ll help keep your skin moisturised on a long term basis – so those days when you decide to go make up free are no problem.
A natural source of Vitamin A and E
As a natural source of Vitamin A, Cacay Oil helps encourage skin cell production. This helps keep your skin firm and healthy – and also reduces the appearance of wrinkles.
Cacay Oil also contains Vitamin E, which improves skins elasticity. Vitamin E helps protect your skin cells from free radicals, which cause damage and speed up the aging process.
Collagen is hugely important for the formation of new cells and in replacing dead skin cells. As we get older we naturally produce less collagen and as a result, fewer fibroblasts, which are where new cells are produced.
Cacay Oil’s deeply nourishing nature means it is absorbed into the different layers of skin, helping to stimulate collagen production and keep your skin looking and feeling younger.
The hydrolipidic layer of our skin is made up of sebum, lipids and sweat. While it may not sound like an attractive makeup, it’s important in keeping your skin protected and free from allergies, infections and irritations.
Cacay Oil is great at assisting the repair of the hydrolipidic layer of skin, which with continued soap washes can become damaged and reduced.
It’s full of Linoleic Acid
Linoleic Acid is an essential fatty acid which has helped Argan Oil become a firm favourite amongst skin care fanatics. The only difference is that Cacay Oil provides twice as much Linoleic Acid as Argan Oil.
Linoleic Acid is one of the primary components that make up the outer membrane of healthy skin cells, and the