Any oil that your skin absorbs quickly can be referred to as a dry oil. Oils that leave a residue on your skin, on the other hand, are often called wet oils. Most dry oils are made from vegetables, herbs, or seeds that contain polyunsaturated fatty acids, such as linoleic acid.



Sometimes" is an adverb that indicates frequency, indicating occurrences happening occasionally or at irregular intervals rather than constantly or regularly. It implies variability or intermittence in the timing of events or actions. In language, "sometimes" is often used to introduce statements that are not universally