Olive Oil for the skin
This is quickly absorbed by the skin and free of fragrance. Sebum is the oil found in our skin which keeps it lubricated and 12% of this is squalene, as we get older the production of sebum decreases and the skin can dry out.
Dehydrated skin leads to wrinkles, squalene will make it supple and allow it to breath. The olive tree is grown in the Mediterranean Basin, Southern Asia. China and the Canary Islands.