Nature’s Oils for Skin Care


Nature’s Oils for Skin Care

Using natural oils for beauty care is not new. For centuries we have acknowledged the potent effect produced by these oils for beauty and health. In this page, we introduce to you five well-known natural oils that are incorporated into all +MD TPR Gel products.

Grape seed oil contains astringent properties that are useful for toning and tightening of your skin. The substance will cause skin tissues to contract, making your skin to appear younger. It also loaded with antioxidant polyphenols that fight aging very effectively. In addition, it contains rich Vitamin E and C that is known to help and promote skin repair like dry and cracked heel and hand.

Olive oil is mostly well-known for cooking purposes, but it equally brings numerous health benefits for your skin as well. It’s a potent anti-aging due to high amount of antioxidants, keeps your skin moisturized and supple, and encourages your skin to renew itself

Avocado oil provides rich vitamins A, D and E, lecithin, potassium, proteins, beta-carotene and essential unsaturated omega-3 and 6 fatty acids that provide an excellent combination to maintain the health and flexibility of blood vessels surrounding your foot, hand by neutralizing free radicals and cholesterol deposits. Vitamins A, D, and E in avocado oil are also beneficial to promote a healthy skin cell growth, protect your skin from infections and prevent scarring as well as slow down aging process. It is also high in sterolins (plant steroids) that can help to reduce age spots and help repair skin damages from sun burn or scars.

Jojoba oil has a liquid wax texture derived from Jojoba plant, and is used extensively in skin beauty industry. The unique property of Jojoba oil is a substance known as sebum, which is very similar to the oil our skin produce. As such, our skin can easily absorb the oil and treat it as naturally produced oil by our own skin. It is also effective for hindering skin infections and reducing swelling in damaged skin thanks to its anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory properties.

Canola oil comes from the rapeseed plant, not canola plant actually, and was originally known as rapeseed oil. It was renamed to Canola oil in the 70s likely due to the “rape” word. Nevertheless Canola oil contains high amount of omega-3 and vitamin E that is beneficial in preventing inflammations and irritation within your body, and the oil help to retain moisture in skin.


Reaping the benefits of Nature’s oil the easy way with +MD Beauty Gel Products


+MD has incorporated the numerous benefits of the above natural essential oils into a high-tech Gel polymer known as TPR (Thermo Plastic Rubber) Gel that consists of 20% TPE (modified) and 80% mineral oil containing the above essential oils. The TPR gel maintains sustained penetration into the skin, producing calm, soothing anti-aging effects. It moisturizes dry, wrinkled and cracked hands, elbows and heels