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Estée Lauder’s Advanced Night Repair Intensive Recovery Ampoules take anti-aging to the next level with its barrier-repairing cholesterol and soothing, anti-inflammatory linoleic acid.
Ingredients like argan and safflower oils are rich in linoleic acid, which is a type of omega-6 fatty acid that has strong anti-inflammatory properties.
The serum is formulated with rosehip seed oil, which is rich in vitamins that help fade acne scars and anti-microbial linoleic acid, and carrot seed oil, which stimulates cell growth and cleanse the skin of toxins.
Grapeseed oil, as one Redditor points out, has awesome toning effects thanks to its linoleic acid content, which clears pores.
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