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To put it very simply, our bodies are literally contained by our skin, and what you put on your skin is ultimately absorbed into your bloodstream.
Lotions are made with a mix of water and oil, but oil and water don’t mix! To make lotion, oil and water must be combined through the use of additives and emulsifiers. In order to keep bacteria from growing in water, preservatives like parabens or any other synthetics are added into the lotion so that it remains shelf stable.
The beauty of an oil is that its anhydrous, meaning there's no water present and no need to add any synthetics to the formula to make it shelf stable.
Oils are bioactive which refers to the amount of ingredients that are absorbed into your bloodstream after a product is applied to your skin. Because of oils lipophilic nature and their small molecular size, the nutrients and vitamins in essential oils can absorb easily into the skin, revitalizing on a cellular level and creating a more resilient moisture barrier. Lotions, on the other hand, can moisturize, but typically just sit on the top of your skin until you wash them off.
Your skin has three main layers, and the dermis (corium) is the middle layer of skin in your body. The other two layers of skin are your epidermis and hypodermis. Your dermis layer consists of two layers of its own.
Corium is another name for the dermis. Corium is a Latin word that means “leather” or “skin.”
Your dermis consists of two layers:
Your dermis and your epidermis are the top two layers of skin in your body. Your epidermis is the top layer, and your dermis is the middle layer. Your dermis exists between your epidermis and hypodermis.
Your epidermis is the thinnest layer of skin. It helps hydrate your body, produces new skin cells, protects your body from damage and makes melanin, which provides skin color.
While your epidermis is the thinnest layer of skin, your dermis is the thickest layer of skin. Your dermis contains collagen and elastin, which help make your dermis thick and supportive of your skin’s overall structure.
All of your connective tissues, nerve endings, sweat glands, oil glands and hair follicles exist in your dermis.
Each layer of your skin works together to protect your body. Your dermis has many additional functions, including:
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