Linoleic acid / omega 6
It is a term for a group of polyunsaturated omega 6 fatty acids. This fatty acid has a very important task for the mucous membranes and cell surfaces, and moreover; it is termed “essential” because the body does not produce it itself.
But what exactly does linoleic acid do for your skin?
Studies show that:
- Goes into the cell membrane and contributes to the membrane’s properties.
- Work against multiple wrinkles as it acts as a sun protection and slows down the damage from the sun.
- Linoleic acid has an anti-inflammatory effect.
- Linoleic acid can also treat skin pigmentation and easily damage the skin.
- Provides plenty of moisture.