choosing between our daily moisturizers

How to choose your facial oil.

As we expand our skincare line, we understand that it may get confusing when it comes to deciding which products to choose from. The Chia Facial Oil vs the Golden Elixir? The Matcha Face Moisturizer or the Raspberry Jasmine All-Over-Oil? Now that we have five daily moisturizers to choose from, it may feel overwhelming and we totally feel ya! In this post, we will highlight the differences in our daily moisturizers and outline what problems they solve so that you can better choose your products.

 

BREAKING DOWN OUR DAILY MOISTURIZER OPTIONS

Chia Facial Oil:
Skin types: All skin types
Absorbency scale (1-10 scale, 10 most easily absorbed): 7
What does it do? Revives dull or thin skin, and achieves a youthful glow
Ingredients: organic chia seed oil, organic chamomile flowers
Key nutrients delivered: vitamins A, B, E; omega-3, 6 fatty acids; (3-1 ratio, with ~60% concentration of omega 3s)

Organic Matcha Face Moisturizer:
Skin types:
Dry skin or PM use
Absorbency scale (1-10 scale, 10 most easily absorbed): 
5
What does it do?
 Hydrates dry skin, reduces the appearance of redness, works on suppleness
Ingredients:
 organic virgin coconut oil, organic matcha tea powder, organic pomegranate oil, organic bergamot oil
Key nutrients delivered:
 vitamins A, B, C, E, K; lauric acid and other essential fatty acids; chlorophyll, catechins, & caffeine

Facial Repair Serum:
Skin types: All skin types
Absorbency scale (1-10 scale, 10 most easily absorbed): 
7
What does it do?
 Soothes uneven skin in texture or tone
Ingredients:
 organic virgin coconut oil, organic avocado oil, organic rosehip oil
Key nutrients delivered:
 vitamins A, B, D, E; essential fatty acids; balanced oleic and linoleic acid ratio

Raspberry Jasmine Oil:
Skin types: All skin types
Absorbency scale (1-10 scale, 10 most easily absorbed): 
7
What does it do? 
Hydrates and rejuvenates skin, leading to softness and suppleness 
Ingredients:
red raspberry seed oil, sunflower seed oil, baobab seed oil, jasmine flowers, jasmine absolute essential oil
Key nutrients delivered:
 antioxidants, essential fatty acids

Golden Elixir
Skin types: All skin types – especially oily or acne-prone
**good for beginners or those new to oils
Absorbency scale (1-10 scale, 10 most easily absorbed):
 10
What does it do? Easily absorbed hydration for skin and hair, and helps provide a barrier between your skin and environmental stress 
Ingredients: 
organic sacha inchi oil, organic sunflower seed oil, organic geranium oil, organic sweet orange oil
Key nutrients delivered: 
vitamins A, E; significant antioxidant concentration, omega 3, 6 fatty acids (1.3-1 ratio)


It’s important to remember that we don’t recommend a strict skincare routine.

We believe that everyone has specific needs and that our skin is always evolving. Factors such as sleep, diet, lack of water, travel etc. will affect your skin in different ways. And since your skin will not stay the same all the time, it’s okay to be flexible with your skincare routine! Interchanging products from time to time depending on what your skin requires is not only okay, but smart.

Not only that, we all have personal preferences when it comes to texture, scent, etc., and some of us like to mix and match more than others. While we are providing the above list to make the decision easier for you based on what problem you’d like to solve, there is no concrete instruction list. Ultimately, choose what makes you feel good and DO YOU!

For those of you who may be new to oils, we would recommend reading our post here to make sure you're transitioning your skin and setting yourself up for success!

We hope this guide was helpful. We want you to feel properly equipped with the knowledge necessary to learn what cocokind products to use when your skin is asking for it. As always, feel free to leave us any comments or questions (info@cocokind.com).

– The Cocokind Team