Mink Oil has every necessity to make aging skin healthier.
Many women long for fine-textured and firm skin.
For busy people today, however, it is a hassle and fuss to use cosmetics of various types.
“I want to become more beautiful”. What grants such wish in a simple and easy way is “Mink Oil Skin Care”.
Mink Oil is an oil extracted from Mink’s subcutaneous adipose tissue.
In Europe, it has been appreciated as a cosmetic ingredient for about 50 years.
Once, there were some damages, including melanoderma, induced by chemically synthesized cosmetics and the safety of cosmetics became a problem. During that time, the pure natural product, Mink Oil, received increased recognition and was registered as the Ministry of Health and Welfare’s (present Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare) standardized cosmetic ingredient in 1973.
Mink Oil contains a lot of palmitoleic acids and oleic acids, which are highly unsaturated fatty acids, and palmitic acids which are saturated fatty acids. As those acids are the prime components of sebum barrier which covers human body, compared to other animal oil and plant oil, Mink Oil has a characteristic that it is considerably gentle to the skin.
Making use of those characteristics, now Mink Oil is widely used for basic skin care products, sunscreen, emollient cream, hand lotion, body lotion, bath oil, shaving cream, hair care products, treatment cream, etc.
As a result of skin and eyelid irritation test, it turned out that, compared to olive oil and other plant oil/animal oil, Mink Oil is much more gentle to the skin.
Regarding its spreadability as well, the surface tension of Mink Oil is much lower than those of other plant oil/animal oil, it smoothly spreads on the skin surface and is absorbed into the skin without becoming clammy.
This is because Mink Oil works to absorb ultraviolet radiation before ultraviolet radiation reaches the skin.
For synthetic ultraviolet absorber, some people voice their anxiety about its safety, including the risk of side effects.
Some of you may have heard that, if you use oil as a makeup base in the morning, it causes oil stain and it is not good for skin.
As Mink Oil has the effect of preventing sunburn, however, you can say that it is suitable for makeup base.
Not only as a makeup base, Mink Oil also works as natural cream for skin (sebum), so it is highly functional that you don’t even have to gather various basic skin care products such as emulsion, nutritional cream and makeup base cream. In addition, its multiplicity enables you to use it both in the morning and evening and it can be said that this is one of the reasons why “Mink Oil beauty treatment” has been loved for a long time in Western countries.
Mink Oil does not contain any perfume, artificial colors or emulsifiers (surfactant) which cause various troubles to the skin. It’s a natural cosmetic product made from natural ingredients, which is safe to use for sensitive skin.
When you reach 25 years old, the secretion of natural cream (sebum) begins to decline and becomes unable to protect your skin, so your skin’s moisture begins to fade. This means you have reached a so-called turning point of your skin, so unless you make up for the loss of oil appropriately, your skin continues to age more and more.
Make food use of Mink Oil to make up for the loss of oil and gently make your skin healthy.
● When using for the first time, test on places other than your face such as the back of the hand.
● Be careful for any irregularities that may occur on your skin.
● Do not use when you have irregularities on your skin such as scars or rashes.
● Stop using if it does not suit your skin.
● Take care not to let the liquid enter your eyes. If it does, do not rub, and wash out immediately with cold or lukewarm water.
● If symptoms such as redness, swollenness, itchiness, irritation, color loss (white spot), or blackening occur, stop using and consult specialists such as dermatologists. Continuing usage with may exacerbate your condition.
● Keep out of child’s reach.
● Avoid places that are overly hot, cold, humid, and direct sunlight.
● Tighten cap securely after use.
● You may see sediments but they will not affect the quality of the product, since the components are organic.
● The liquid may become cloudy or solidify when kept in a cold temperature environment. In such cases, wait till the liquid is back to normal temperature then use.
AILI Inc.’s Mink Oil is made from the subcutaneous adipose tissue of Minks raised in our own farms across Europe and purified by our unique refinement and purification techniques based on many years of research and development. Recently, it has been widely used as a base material for cosmetic and medicinal purposes by domestic and overseas companies.
The fatty oil derived from Mink’s subcutaneous adipose tissue is purified by AILI Inc.’s own techniques.
*Standard method for the analysis of fat and oil
Japanese Standards of Cosmetic Ingredients (Ingredient code 104247. By the standard of the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare of Japan)
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