Are you Sensitive? Part 2 – The Importance of Olive Oil


I have spent many years researching the best topical remedies for sensitive skin.  Not surprisingly, the key ingredients come from a food—in this case the olive.

The polyphenols that are found abundantly in olive oil are extremely efficient and multi-faceted antioxidants.  Polyphenols are exceptionally stable and protective.  The most powerful member of the Olive Oil Polyphenol group is Hydroxytyrosol.  Extremely rare, and effective in even small concentrations, this super antioxidant, anti-inflammatory has been proven to be effective in improving general health and appearance.  When this powerful molecule is combined with Oleuropein, extracted from the olive leaf, and additional advanced multiple hydration factors, sensitive, dry, irritated skin is rapidly soothed and restored to a luminous and youthful vitality.

If you have sensitive skin and think that powerful, effective, anti-aging topical products are not for you, think again!  The Olive Oil Polyphenols have been combined with additional patented antioxidant ingredients to create my newest innovation, a Hypoallergenic line that will not irritate even the most sensitive skin types.  In fact, these formulations are even gentle enough for post-operative procedures.

Have you tried skincare products with the power of olive polyphenols?

One thought on “Are you Sensitive? Part 2 – The Importance of Olive Oil

  1. I have a very dry skin that make me feel bad whenever I put on sleeveless dresses. I have been advised by friends to use the olive oil as my skin pomade but whenever I use it, it darkens my skin. Which of the olive oil can I use and is it appropriate to use just any of them?


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