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Let the botanicals (with scents like primrose, squalene, and sleep-inducing lavender) encourage a restful night’s sleep … then wake up to brighter, fully restored skin by morning.
Squalane's the stable, saturated form of squalene oil, which Dr. King says also keeps it free from degrading à la argan or almond oil (which lose their benefits after too long on your vanity).
For full body coverage, a sunscreen oil such as Zelens Body Defence SPF 30 is a game-changer, providing water-resistant sun protection packed with antioxidants, squalene, and grape-seed oil.
As for which actual sheet masks to use, look specifically for ones with ceramides, squalene, hyaluronic acid, rice bran oil, and macadamia oil, Jaliman suggests.
The catechin found in green tea, EGCG3, lends anti-inflammatory properties, along with fellow antioxidants carnosine and bacopa; squalene helps support barrier function.
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