sebum美 ['sibəm] 英 ['siːbəm]
an oil-like substance produced by the sebaceous glands
an oily substance secreted by the sebaceous glands that lubricates the hair and skin and gives some protection against bacteria
The body's natural sebum also contains wax esters, which act as a sort of natural moisturizer and environmental barrier for the skin.
These conditions produce increased cell renewal on the scalp, which is often associated with an increase in sebum.
When the peel agent formed by the deposition of that layer of film or when it completely clean, together with the sebum will peel off.
Neutral skin sebum and moisture to keep as normal and balanced state, so it is a good hi, ideal skin, usually referred to as normal skin.
Acne. Foods that are high in saturated fat and trans fatty acids increase the sebum production in the body, which in turn increases acne.
Mixing carbon with a synthetic sebum mixture had little or no effect on its removability with several fabric-detergent combinations.
Select some to the oil pay the Cleanser, the best choice for filling with foam, can be soaked into every pore, complete eliminate sebum.
Ibis, mainly by sebum, bacterial cell debris and consists of a "plug" -like objects, obstruction in the hair follicle ask Department.
Experts say Haegele's observations are not flaky. As she washed less, her sebaceous glands began producing less sebum oil.
Benefits - Whitens complexion, Balance water and sebum on skin, Prevent fine lines, Super hydrating &Improve shine on skin surface .