What is Cold-Pressed Oil Facial Oil
In beauty we often use a term Cold-Pressed Oil. Here is a definition of what that actually means.
In order to create cold-pressed oil, we use a process called cold-pressing. It is a mechanical process in which oils and other types of fats are extracted without the use of heat, or with only minimal heat and no chemical processes used.
Many people ask if cold-pressed oils are actually better for skin.
We use the cold-pressed oils in beauty products because they are rich in antioxidants and they help reduce oxidative stress on the skin. Use of such oils reduces wrinkles and fine lines. They are also are great for nourishing and moisturizing the skin because they are rich in vitamins A and E. They also give more protection and prevention for the skin.
Cold-pressing process preserves more nutrients in the oils and therefore is a better, cleaner product allowing the minerals, vitamins and nutrients to stay preserved in the final product. Heat degrades the oils because it breaks down the molecules and therefore decreases benefits within the product ultimately producing a lesser quality skin care serums and oils. Cold pressed oil is also called cold-drawn or virgin oil. It is purer and healthier for skin and digestion.
Here are some of our top beauty products that feature cold-pressed oils