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OILS BLOG

Let's talk about the oils that we use and how it can benefit your skin with daily use.



AVOCADO OIL

Did you know that Avocado oil is extracted from the pulp of the fruit and not the seed? I use the unrefined and extra-virgin type that retains some of the nutrients that may otherwise be lost in the heat of the conventional extraction process. Avocado oil has great moisturizing benefits for the skin and hair that fights sun damage; reducing signs of aging; healing acne, psoriasis, and wounds; treating dandruff. Avocado oil is widely known for penetrating into the second layer of the skin (dermis) and provide deep moisturizing with its oleic acid and phytosterols. People who have a dry and sensitive skin type are usually advised to use oils rich in oleic acid. The lecithin in avocado oil helps boost collagen, and the antioxidant vitamin E along with pro-vitamin A carotenoids lutein and zeaxanthin will enhance the skin’s natural antioxidant, and this makes avocado oil essential to skin repair.

OLIVE OIL

This oil gives me such joy to use; it's natural state of being an all-around oil for the internal and external use, it's simple care of moisture for the body and the texture that it gives the products that I use is an unspeakable healing processes for the largest organ that your body carries (this is my opinion). Olive oil contains Oleic Acid Also known as Omega-9, Linoleic acid is a polyunsaturated fatty acid, also known as Omega-6, Palmitoleic acid is an omega-7 and all of these ingredients in one oil gives promise to take care of your hair, your skin, in its extra virgin form, - moisturizing the hair, nourishing the scalp, preventing dandruff and breakages, it replenishes the moisture that we gradually loose as we age to our hair and skin. Olive Oil has the ability to stimulate hair growth, soften your hair, reduce hair loss and greatly contribute to the scalp’s long-term health. all of these great things come from the Olive which carries Oleic Acid Also known as Omega-9, Linoleic acid is a polyunsaturated fatty acid, also known as Omega-6 and Palmitoleic acid is an omega-7


SUNFLOWER OIL

Sunflower oil hydrates your skin as if it was your skin’s own natural oil, as it adds hydration and is considered a moisturizer as it helps the skin to retain water to keep your skin smooth. Sunflower oil is rich in vitamin E, a protective antioxidant. It also contains vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin K and vitamin D, which help as a protector from premature aging. This fantastic nourishing oil is non-comedogenic, meaning it won’t clog pores, it helps decongest pores by clearing them of dead skin cells and creating a refreshed, revitalized appearance sign of aging skin. Sunflower oil provides a protective barrier against environmental stressors, helping your skin stay clean and free from dirt and toxins. It can help even out skin tone and texture; Sunflower oil is free from nasty chemicals or toxins and helps sensitive skin. ENDING: The oils mentioned are basic oils that have great benefits for the skin, and I will continue to blog about different type of oils for the skin, I am always looking for different type of oils to better my knowledge; I am praying that God continues to give me knowledge about his plants, nuts and trees that produce great skincare products.

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