Cosmopolitan Talk to Dr. Green About Jojoba Oil for Acne & Plum Oil For Hair
You might have read in various places that hair oils offer some protective and hydration benefits for your hair. One popular type is “Plum oil” which has antioxidant, anti-aging, and anti-inflammatory properties that offer a wide range of benefits, from “hydrating and regulating sebum production, to increasing skin cell turnover and protecting against radical damage,” as quoted by board-certified dermatologist Michele Green, MD in Cosmopolitan.com.
“Plum oil can benefit all skin types, even if you have oily, acne-prone skin, or sensitive skin—although, a few extra steps should be taken as with any new skincare product you seek to add to your skincare regimen,” says Dr. Green. For example, doing a patch test first to test it on part of your skin before going all in. Cosmo also asks about Jojoba Oil in this article – where she noted that jojoba oil could even be a great option for those who are acne-prone. This is all thanks to the fact that jojoba oil has anti-inflammatory properties, it’s non-comedogenic, and it could help with the skin barrier.
Cosmopolitan discuss hair oils with Dr. Michele Green to find out what they are, how they work and how you can use them to improve the condition of your hair. Visit the Cosmopolitan site to read the article, “Plum Oil for Skin and Hair: What It Does and How to Use It“