Personally I am always fascinated by the debate – oils or moisturisers. So was particularly interested in this blog by Omorovicza Cosmetics. My conclusion is use an oil at night time and a moisturiser during the day but this is just my personal choice. You have to have very dry skin to use an oil during the day, particularly if you are putting foundation over the top.
The Omorovicza new Miracle Facial Oil is an amazing product which I would certainly recommend. I have had the privilege of using this product over the last two months but it launches later this month online and in leading Department Stores – Liberty, Harrods, Bergdorf Goodman, Neiman Marcus, Selfridges etc.
We’re always looking for ways to maintain healthier younger looking skin.
Skin cells are held together by an abundance of oils and as we age, the production of these oils decrease. Skin subsequently becomes dull and dehydrated. To maintain a healthy glow, it is essential to give these oils back, by restoring the lipid barrier to help retain the skin’s moisture. We’re often asked which products are better to moisturise your skin – cream or oils? The answer is quite simply both; creams and oils can be incorporated into anyone’s skincare routine. Oils protect the skin’s lipid barrier and ensures moisture doesn’t evaporate from your skin. A common misconception is that applying an oil to acne-prone/greasy skin will clog pores, cause breakouts or leave a greasy film. The truth however is that most natural oils are easily absorbed and noncomedogenic (they don’t clog pores). Creams on the other hand are designed to penetrate the epidermis, leaving skin softer and hydrated. They contain a number of beneficial ingredients which ensures skin is replenished and damaged skin cells are repaired. You can find Omorovicza Moisturisers here and the Miracle Facial Oil here. – See more at: http://www.omorovicza.com/uk/blog/oils-moisturisers#sthash.nkhToiYa.dpuf
Source: Moisturisers vs Oils