Squalene Oil benefits for Skin



Squalene Oil benefits for Skin - Squalene oil has many uses, but for anti-aging, it provides deep moisture and helps plump up areas where creases and wrinkles occur.  It penetrates beneath the skin, stimulating the body's natural collagen and elastin production, which is critical for reducing fine lines.  Let’s take a look at some of the benefits of squalene oil, particularly for your skin.
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Every product on the market gets good press and bad press.  Squalene oil came under fire during the swine flu epidemic because it was an ingredient in the vaccination, which some radicals felt was poison.  Here’s the truth: squalene oil is not poisonous.  In fact, your body already produces it naturally, so it’s already in your system.   


Squalene oil is produced by animals, plants and even humans.  Deep sea sharks are the most common source, since squalene is extracted from sharks that inadvertently get caught up in commercial fishing nets.  However, it can also be taken from wheat, rice bran, olive oil and other plants. It helps to maintain the health, moisture and softness of skin.


The amount of squalene in our skin declines as we age, so topical application helps maintain the moisture and especially treats the skin for roughness, and dryness. By keeping our skin moist you effectively treat wrinkles and the appearance of aging skin.


In our bodies squalene is a precursor to cholesterol synthesis. Squalene restores the skins suppleness and flexibility. Recent studies have identified Squalene as a natural protective agent in human sebum.


Sebum is the normal lubricant of hairy and non-hairy skin. It keeps the skin supple and forms a protective bacterial and fungicidal coating on the skin which helps to keep moisture on the skin surface. These findings promote the use of Squalene in dermatological applications. Squalane (also referred to as squalene) is therefore a perfect addition to any natural skin care regimen.


Squalene has many uses, but for anti-aging, it provides deep moisture and helps plump up areas where creases and wrinkles occur.  It penetrates beneath the skin, stimulating the body’s natural collagen and elastin production, which is critical for reducing fine lines.


For anti-aging formulations, if you check the label on the back of most wrinkle fighting serums and creams, you’ll probably find squalene oil is in there already.  It has been for years – even in organic products.  So, in word, yes, it’s safe.  It’s also extremely effective.  Your skin will likely feel smoother and suppler with quality oil like squalene.


Most of the anti-wrinkle formulas on the market already contain squalene, but you can also find it as an essential oil.  Some people use the oil itself on deep frown lines and wrinkles and swear they disappear within days.  Others add it to regular moisturizing lotion to get the anti-aging benefits without the high end price tag.  Either way, squalene is very safe and works well. 


Some people with sensitive skin might want to try a diluted version, as the full concentration could prove too strong.  If you find that using squalene oil makes you break out or redness and irritation occur, try adding just a couple drops to a regular lotion and apply it that way.


Squalene oil has proven to be beneficial in application of topical healing medications. It readily compounds with other ingredients and increases the rate of penetration of the squalene/medication compound through the epidermis.


Squalene oil when applied externally acts much like a natural protector and stimulates regeneration of the skin surface. These properties make this ingredient essential to help reduce the appearance of scars. Squalene is therefore particularly effective for skin repair.  It is also a potent antioxidant and protects your skin from environmental damage while keeping it soft and healthy.


It adds moisture to your hands if used in a hand ointment. It is high in antioxidants — it attacks free radicals that are attempting to start the formation of skin cancer. As far as flu-shots go, squalene helps boost the body’s immune system, and it’s used for that purpose in vaccinations. 


Stretch marks are a source of distress, especially for women during and after pregnancy. When your abdomen expands during the growth of your baby inside of you, then skin breakage will be effectively prevented. The use of squalene oil during and after pregnancy also helps maintain your healthy skin by stimulating the production of new skin cells. 


By increasing skin elasticity and strength, squalene oil can decrease the appearance of existing stretch marks and prevent the development of new stretch marks.


Squalene oil penetrates the skin quickly, does not leave a greasy feeling on the skin and blends well with other oils and vitamins. Take note, if you want to try other pregnancy cream for stretch marks, just make sure it contains the major ingredients which are safe and effective for its purpose.


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