We all love glowing, healthy-looking skin. Moisturizing is the most important part of our beauty routine. Nothing compares with the feeling of soft and hydrated skin. But ladies, we know what hard achievement is that.
Acne or acne scars? Ladies, it’s time to get rid of them. Argan oil controls the production of sebum, which causes acne, and by that can help prevent further breakouts. Acne scars fade, owing to the vitamin E, that aids remove damaged cells and facilitates new cells to grow.
Avocado oil is a great source of Vitamins A, B, C, D, E, K, and also of Omega-3 fatty acids. It has high sterolin content, and by that avocado oil has an anti-inflammatory effect. It is useful in sun damage, inflammatory skin conditions, blemishes, eczema or psoriasis.
As well, avocado oil improves elasticity by increasing the amount of collagen in the skin, prevents wrinkles and stretch marks.
Coconut oil contains saturated fats, caprylic acid and high concentration of Vitamin E. Traditionally, it has been used as anti-age cream. Rich in proteins, it contributes in cellular health and tissue repair.
It can be also used as makeup remover, perfect for sensitive areas.
Coconut oil is good for cracked lips! No worries if it gets in your stomach, there are only additional benefits. And believe me, it works in skin disorders as acne, fighting with the microbial bodies and in the end helps in the healing process. So many properties!
Oh… not to mention the wonderful smell! Like you are cracking into a fresh coconut. It applies only for unrefined virgin coconut oil. Refined coconut oil has no smell or taste. Choose your type.
It reduces dark circles, so before you go to bed, massage the area under your eyes. Also almond oil reduce wrinkles.
We are all looking for something that can improve the skin tone and regain our lost glow. That is exactly what sweet almond oil does.
Carrots are great source of beta-carotene, powerful anti-oxidant, Vitamin A, C and K. With high level of anti-oxidants, carrot seed oil it’s an anti-aging fighter. It protects your skin from UV rays or pollution.
It also heals eczema, psoriasis, stimulates cell growth and is involved in the repair process of damaged skin. Derivatives of Vitamin A are frequently used in the treatment of acne. As well, carrot seed oil does a great work in the fight with acne.
No chemicals, no additives, only many benefits. Don’t forget! Your skin is 64 percent water. For glowing-healthy skin, hydrate from inside to outside by drink enough water. Stay beautiful!