Welcome back to my blog Loves. Mastering the ART OF OILS and knowing how to incorporate different oils in your beauty routine ranging from skincare, hair care to body care can be a game changer in your routine. I have shared the beauty benefits of some of my favourite oil; coconut oil and olive oil in previous post. In today’s post, I’ll be sharing with you 5 BEAUTY BENEFITS OF ALMOND OIL.
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ALMOND OIL: is extracted from raw almonds. It is rich in monounsaturated fatty acids, Vitamin E, potassium, proteins, zinc, some other vitamins and minerals. It is the most lightweight of all these oils. These are the beauty benefits it has and how I use it.
1. Face moisturiser: it is more light weight than coconut oil and olive oil. It has immediately replaced my The Body Shop Vitamin E Oil. This oil is a dead-on dupe for it. It is packed with Vitamin E. It leaves my skin plump and smooth since I’ve been using it.
2. Eye cream to reduce dark circles. Like I said, its light weight property makes it perfect for under eye moisturisation without being too much.
3. Regular use of it can reduce wrinkles & skin sagging. The Vitamin E and fatty acids in it reverses and prevents signs of aging because it is rich in monounsaturated fatty acids, Vitamin E, potassium, proteins, zinc, some other vitamins and minerals that helps skin renewal and fights wrinkles.
4. Moisturises and nourishes hair: It moisturises hair without weighing it down or making it oily. It’s one of my favourite oils to use for my low porosity hair because it penetrates my hair cuticles more than any other oil. It is rich in monounsaturated fatty acids, Vitamin E, potassium, proteins, zinc, some other vitamins and minerals that are beneficial to hair. At time, I add it to my DIY Hair Masks and DIY Whipped Shea Butter.
5. Scalp Massage: to promote hair growth. Its light weight property makes it the perfect oil for this because it doesn’t clog pores/follicles. At times, I add Peppermint oil and/or Tea tree oil to it.
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