Plant Derived Squalene Oil

Size 30 ml

Squalene is produces a lot by our body when are babies, but as we get older, the rate of squalene in the body decreases. It is naturally found in the sebum of our skin, it plays a major role in the renewal of cells and keeping the skin full of life. In addition it is also a very effective moisturizer. 

Derived from olives, each variety contains 400-800 milligrams per 100 grams. Squalene is a hydrocarbon composed of hydrogen and carbon (C30 H50) with a high unsaturated fat content.

Squalene, which has a strong antioxidant property, has the feature of prolonging the life of cells.

It increases the water holding capacity of the skin and thus prevents water loss at a high rate. Its moisture retention feature helps to fight wrinkles by increasing the elasticity of the skin.

Squalene is one of the most natural ways to help strengthen the skin barrier.

The skin barrier or skin barrier function is essentially the outermost layer of skin cells. It consists of a lipid matrix that holds cells together. Our skin barrier is responsible for maintaining skin moisture, softness and firmness. It also has the feature of protecting our skin from harmful substances outside. With the aging of the skin barrier, water loss (transepidermal water loss) in the skin and causes aging of the skin. Due to its cell renewal feature, squalene helps to prevent the thinning of the skin barrier. In this way, the skin does not lose water. The skin, which does not experience water loss, is both more moist and healthier.

    Squalene for the skin:

    Squalene, which has a strong moisturizing feature, is a savior for dry skin.  Squalene with a comedogenic score of 0 can be used comfortably by all skin types. It is also very suitable for sensitive and acne-prone skin. You can apply squalene, which acts as a good antioxidant for the skin, to your clean skin every day before your cream or skin serum. This oil, which is easily absorbed by the skin, does not leave a greasy feeling on the skin. Those who do not want to use squalene alone can use it by adding some amount to their serum or cream. 

    Squalene for the body:

    All the benefits we have mentioned for the skin are valid for the body. Moisturizing your body with squalene oil after bathing is a good option, especially in summer and winter months when the body is dry. Thus, you will saturate your body with water. Finally, if you have a body care oil or cream that you use regularly, you can add some squalene to it and turn it into a much better moisturizer.

    Squalene for the hair:

    Squalene is very useful in hair. By creating a barrier from the scalp, it traps the moisture that the hair should not be losing. The hair looks much stronger and brighter. Squalene, which is a light oil, does not create weight on the hair. Thanks to this lightness, you can use it as a serum while styling your hair with heat. Another option is to use it as a hair mask. Massage squalene into your hair and scalp before bathing. Wait 2-3 hours after the application or even overnight if you can. To purify the mask, first rinse your hair with warm water and then apply your shampoo. Apply it as a mask once a week.


    %100 plant derived Squalene oil (Skualen)

    Store in a cool and dry place away from children. Pregnant and children are recommended to consult a doctor before use. Do not ingest. Should be used in 12 months after opening.

    All products are made in Turkey, however some oils are imported. All ingredients are %100 natural and produced strictly cruelty free.

    It will ship within 1-4 days.

    Returns are accepted ​on this product within 15 days of receipt. Item must be returned unused, with tags, in its original packaging.

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