Guide de soins de la peau au Squalane
Dealing with dull, dry and dehydrated skin is nothing new, and most of us fall victim to a lack of moisture in our skin's barrier. The solution lies in finding the right skincare products. Looking to boost your skin's radiance, while reaping the benefit's of a highly moisturizing and hydrating skincare fix? You're in luck: Look no further than skincare ingredient Squalane! To introduce squalane, this ingredient is essentially a derivative (and functions in the same capacity) of squalene, something naturally produced in humans. In this Kiehl's ingredient guide, you will become fully acquainted with squalane, and understand how this ingredient works, what it does for our skin, and why you should absolutely implement it into your daily skincare routine!
Best Squalane Products
Squalane has become a highly popular skincare ingredient, but which products should we be shopping for to help our skin? Squalane skincare products are often found in oils, moisturizers, facial creams, and cleansers. Squalane oils are great for locking in moisture and helping promote skin health without breaking out in blemishes. For total skin hydration and moisture, opt for squalane moisturizers and facial creams. Rich facial cream and moisturizers help with anti aging actions and skin plumping. Finally, squalane cleansers leave the base of your skin soft, moisturized, and completely ready for the day.
Kiehl's Skincare Experts Answer - What is the difference between squalane and squalene?
Squalene and squalane essentially serve the same purpose - the only difference is, the human body naturally creates one of them! Squalene is a lipid naturally produced in our skin, and works to keep skin hydrated and fight daily external agressors. Unfortunately, our skin produces less squalene over time, which means we miss out on reaping the benefits of squalene. Enter squalane, derived from squalene, to serve the same purpose as squalene, all while being sold on a shelf. Squalane is formulated with ingredients that easily melt into skin.