The benefits of tissue oil are well known – but it is often regarded as a specialist treatment product that is only used when needed. The truth is that it can be a useful and important addition to your daily skin care routine.
For example, one of the benefits of tissue oil is that it can be used as a supplement to traditional skin moisturisers. Moisturisers use a combination of chemical agents and natural ingredients to prevent and treat dry skin. Natural oils keep skin moist and hydrated by reducing evaporation. By adding tissue oil to a basic skin moisturiser, it is possible to increase both its richness and its effectiveness.
Another benefit of tissue oil is that it can be used to treat and prevent acne, as well as reduce the appearance of acne scarring. But why would one put tissue oil on an already oil-prone skin? Tissue oil actually discourages the overproduction of sebum, an oily substance in the skin that can cause acne and other dermal conditions. Tissue oil can also be used to help heal scars caused by acne outbreaks.
And then of course tissue oil is most commonly used to treat scar tissue and stretch marks. Tissue oil increases the elasticity of the skin. This elasticity allows the skin to stretch and relax without leaving any physical signs of the process. Tissue oil helps treat the feel and appearance of scar tissue by keeping the skin hydrated and soft.
Celltone Tissue Oil is unique in that it contains 7 essential oils and snail gel and is proven to deliver 5 X more hydration.
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