Plant-based squalane oil is viewed by many as the holy grail of anti-aging skincare routines. It cleverly duplicates your own bodily lipids sourced from sugar cane and olive oil, which does wonders for your complexion, ensuring that your skin stays tight, supple, and full of vitality for years to come.
If you’ve never heard of the many squalane benefits for your skin, you’re in the right place! At Grove, we love bringing new innovations to your attention that will enrich your life, your skin, and help the planet. Hydrating, softening, protecting, and nourishing your skin is no small matter – but squalane cleansers, oils, and other skin products step up to the plate and knock it out of the park.
Interested in learning more about squalane products but not quite ready to take the plunge? Read this We Tried It all about this luxurious nourishing oil.
If you didn’t already know, Mad Hippie makes far-out (like really awesome) skincare products. This Mad Hippie Cleansing Oil uses the natural powers of organic pumpkin seed oil, organic safflower oil, organic rosehip oil, ginger, white tea, and squalene to soften and smooth your skin while removing impurities and imperfections, too. Plus, it’s a …
Indie Lee boasts products “grounded in nature, supported through science, and inspired by life"™ and this Indie Lee Squalane Facial Oil is no different. Your body produces squalene naturally, so this facial oil absorbs quickly to start moisturizing, nourishing, and softening your skin with just a few drops. It uses 100% pure, olive-derived squalene …
Problem areas beware — this Pai Rosehip BioRegenerate Oil helps repair damaged skin and diminish blemishes, scars, sun-damage marks, and even fine lines. It’s formulated with nutrient-rich, natural ingredients that give your skin omegas 3, 6, 7, and 9 and the antioxidants it needs to heel on its own. This Pai Rosehip BioRegenerate Oil is available …
Squalene—note "squalene" vs. "squalane"—is a key component of surface lipids and sebum, the fatty molecules that make up skin's natural oils and help keep our skin soft and hydrated. But as we get older, we make less squalene naturally, which contributes to dry skin.
When squalene is hydrogenated, or made into solid fat, it becomes squalane, in the form of an oil. Our bodies do some of this hydrogenating naturally, but the process is done synthetically for beauty products. The resulting squalane oil is the closest substance to our own skin's oil.
So many amazing things! But for starters, it softens, hydrates, nourishes, and protects the skin while fighting the effects of aging. That’s an awful lot – but that’s why squalane is the unsung hero of skincare products. Scroll up to browse our top products that use squalane oil to give it a try.
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