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Soaps Low in Oleic Acid

A common mistake made by individuals with oily skin is attempting to completely rid their skin of oil. However, this approach often backfires, as it actually stimulates the skin to produce more sebum, leading to a vicious cycle. The key is not to remove all oils, but rather to replace them with non-comedogenic oils that won’t clog pores and won’t signal the body to produce excess sebum. By using the right oils, you can maintain a healthy balance and promote clearer skin.

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Dermatologists emphasize that over-exfoliation is a significant issue in the cosmetics and beauty care industry. However, among all skin types, individuals with oily skin can derive some benefits from occasional exfoliation. Excessive sebum production tends to prolong the adherence of dead skin cells, resulting in a dull, greasy complexion and potential clogged pores. Therefore, a well-timed exfoliation can help remove these lingering dead cells and promote a healthier appearance for oily skin.

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Low Oleic Soap
Properties of Soap Low in Oleic Acids

Low Oleic Soap

Our low oleic soaps were specifically formulated with oily skin in mind, recognizing that oils high in Oleic acid can potentially clog pores. We understand that individuals with oily skin do not need additional Oleic fatty acids, as their skin naturally produces excessive sebum containing this component.

Instead, our soap is designed to offer a non-drying cleansing experience by incorporating nourishing Linoleic acid, which does not contribute to pore-clogging. While it is important to note that this soap is not a treatment, it is intended to provide a gentle and effective cleansing option for those with oily skin, promoting a balanced and refreshed complexion.

Soaps Low in Oleic Acids


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