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What type of skin can use an ointment?
At first glance, the ointment seems to be reserved for dry skin... Just as, for years, vegetable oils were forbidden to mixed to oily skin. And yet! We now know that certain fatty substances are not only reserved for crocodile skin. On the contrary: rather than wanting to eliminate sebum at all costs with drying active ingredients, certain vegetable oils in particular will mimic the skin's own sebum and encourage it to produce less. The ointment can thus be used without concern by the mixed skins to fatty, by limiting all the same its use to the evening or to a few days in the week. Calming, it is particularly appropriate for the sensitive and/or irritated skins, even completely intolerant.
Moisturizing cream or ointment: what is the difference?
If the moisturizing cream is widely used on a daily basis, the ointment is less so. This is probably because it needs to be worked on more to penetrate it due to its richness... Combination to oily skin can then easily shine if the ointment is applied during the day for example. The ointment is rich in fatty substance but preserves a creamy texture, contrary to the cultissime Egyptian Magic Balm for example, which is also rich in fatty substance but which is transformed into oil with the contact of the skin. The ointment is thus much more similar to a cold cream.
Dry skin ointment: the beauty essential
Obviously, dry skin will find the ointment a source of instant and lasting comfort by integrating it into their beauty routine. The reason? Dry skin is by nature lacking in fatty substances because its sebum production is insufficient. It must therefore be supplemented with lipids so that it can rebuild its shield against external aggressions.
The body ointment to save thirsty skin
Rough elbows, dry legs or even itching... Nothing beats a body ointment to relieve discomfort and dryness. Although we are aware of its many benefits, we can quickly leave our body ointment in the closet because it requires more time (and effort) to be properly applied and absorbed by the skin. The foolproof tip? Always use it when you get out of the shower: the humidity and heat will greatly facilitate its absorption.