Facial oils may not be a standard part of a person’s skin-care routine, as, say, moisturizer and sunscreen. However, there are plenty of advantages to using one. For example, they can bring a boost of hydration to dehydrated skin, or even harness certain antioxidant and anti-inflammatory benefits, depending on the type of oil you’re using. But what happens if you have oily skin? Is facial oils for oily skin a good idea? Anyone whose skin type is oily is usually hesitant to put any type of, well, additional oil on their face. Are those fears warranted, though? We asked a pro.
Katini’s luxurious face oil has squalene, which has a low risk of clogging pores, as well as wheat germ, which may help reduce fine lines and wrinkles.