Global market insight platform, Mintel, recently reported avocado oil as one of the trending ingredients to watch for in 2022. Around 3.7% of beauty and personal care new products contain avocado oil (from January to August 2021) and the penetration of this super-skin-food ingredient has continued to grow in the last 5 years.
Is Avocado Oil Good For Your Face?
Naturally rich in skin supporting ceramides and free-radical fighting antioxidants, avocado oil has a profound nourishing and moisturising effect on the skin. It stars as one of the 22 whole botanical ingredients found in Vintner’s Daughter Active Botanical Serum.
Regarded as one of the most coveted and beloved brands in the world, Vintner’s Daughter ensures that their avocado is resourced from conscious growers whose soils and climates are optimised for the fruit’s growth, so that only the finest quality ingredients are used.
“Avocado has long been hailed as a superfood for your body, and in the same way it helps to support and provide the highest grade of nutrition for our body, it does for our skin. Particularly with the time-honoured way in which we formulate our ingredients, Avocado helps to provide nourishment and rich moisture. It is packed with ceramides, a component that makes up over half of our skin’s barrier, which restores and rebuilds the protectiveness” – April Gargiulo, Founder and CEO of Vintner’s Daughter
Beta Carotene, protein, lecithin, fatty acids and vitamins A, D, and E are all found in this powerhouse ingredient. which work to provide moisture, protect from damaging UV rays and stimulate collagen metabolism. Additionally, the monosaturated fatty acids found in avocado oil help to speed up wound healing action, easing scarring and broken skin.
Vintner’s Daughter captures the full spectrum of nutrients Avocado has to offer through its proprietary formulation process , Phyto Radiance Infusion™. This 21-day process takes the whole plant and infuses the high-quality nourishment into their already powerful foundation oils, giving all the nutrients that their ingredients have to offer.
Hettie is the editor and co-founder of DOSE. A keen runner, she’s also partial to a blast of high-intensity and hot yoga. A country girl at heart, she divides her time between London and the lush rolling hills of North Devon. When she’s not jetting off on her next adventure, Hettie can be found in a candle-lit alcove with a laptop, a spaniel and a full bodied Malbec.