Omega Fatty Acids are essential for your skin

Los Ácidos Grasos Omega son imprescindibles para tu piel

Maria Teresa Moneo |

If you are still looking for the answer to clarify your doubts about what they are, what differences there are between them, and choosing the best products with Omegas for your skin, today is your lucky day because we will tell you everything!

Omega Acids are Essential Fatty Acids present in foods and are necessary to provide us, above all, with good health and well-being, one of the great reasons why adding them to our skin care treatments is essential, since we reinforce those acquired through our diet, thus providing that double benefit to our skin!

What are Omega Fatty Acids and their differences?

There are 3 main Fatty Acids: Omega 3, 6 and 9.

We have Linolenic Acid (Omega-3) and Linoleic Acid (Omega-6) that the body does not produce biologically, so they must be obtained through the diet, yes or yes.

On the other hand, we have Oleic Acid (Omega-9), this is a fatty acid that our body can produce on its own, which is why it is classified as a “non-essential” and important fatty acid.

Where do we find them?

  • OMEGA-3: Fish oil, vegetable oil, walnut oil, linseed oil, chia and flax seeds, leaf vegetables…
  • OMEGA-6: Safflower oil, grape seed, sunflower, soy, sesame, pumpkin...
  • OMEGA-9: Olive oil, sunflower oil, linseed oil, macadamia nuts, avocado, olives, almonds...

What benefits do applying them to our skin provide?

Research has shown that Omega Fatty Acids play a very important role thanks to the benefits they provide to maintain healthy skin and perfect well-being, among other things.

Its deficiency in the skin can lead to the loss of water and fats, causing dry skin, and in addition, the epidermal barrier is not sufficiently reinforced and is vulnerable to pathogens, weakening its state, causing irritation and sensitivity, and also influencing in the appearance of spots and accelerated aging.

There is evidence that oily skin may have a deficiency of Omegas, causing a weakened skin barrier, being a gateway to pathogens.

Omega Fatty Acids act as building blocks in skin cells, strengthening the superficial layers, for optimal functioning, achieving a healthy and youthful appearance.


  • Strengthen and soften the surface layer of the skin.
  • Repair the barrier function.
  • Restore fats and hydration lost to the skin.
  • Soothe irritated, sensitive and red skin.
  • Reduce damage caused by UV rays and signs of aging.
  • Eliminate peeling skin and dehydration.
  • Nourish and protect skin against environmental damage.
  • Ability to retain moisture, maintaining the elasticity of the skin.
  • Regulate sebum production and prevent acne breakouts
  • Reduce signs of aging

In addition, Omegas -3-6-9 must be known that in terms of formulations, combining them with other positive active ingredients multiplies their benefits.

How to add them to your care routine?

The best part is coming!

We guide you by categories so that you can include your favorite product in any step of your routine. Remember that Omegas are essential and suitable for all skin types, and ideal for dry skin with a weakened epidermal barrier, as well as for oily skin.

  1. Cleansers with Omegas , here you can find ideal cleansers for combination oily skin, for normal dry and sensitive skin. A real treat for your skin!
  2. Serums rich in Omegas , these cannot be missing in the routine for extra care and pampering.
  3. Moisturizing Creams with Omegas formulated with other active ingredients that allow you to choose your ideal cream for any skin type.
  4. Sunscreens with Omegas , incredible! For complete protection of your skin in every way.

And if you are one of those people who values ​​details, here you will find your specific products for lip treatments enriched with Omegas and body treatments, lotions and oils.

Quite an elixir! And an easy way to complete your diet!

Our goal is that above all you have healthy skin