Almond oil has lots of benefits for your better skin. We are simply discussing this topic. So read the article and find better information.
Benefits of Almonds Oils for Skin
Almond oil is loaded with vitamin E and helps nourish the skin making it soft and supple. It is the best moisturizer dry-skinned beauties can get because it is lightweight and doesn’t clog pores.
How to use: All you have to do is use some drops of almond oil on your body and face after cleansing it at night and waking up to glowing skin. If you want added hydration top almond oil with a layer of moisturizer for super soft skin.
Treating chapped lips
I have a number of lip balms but all of these are more protectors which protect lips from chapping what happens when your lips get chapped in winter? You want a healer and almond oil does just that. we already know almond oil is rich in vitamins and is a great moisturizer and it effectively treats chapped lips.
How to use: Dab a drop of almond oil on your chapped lips before bed and wake up to softer, naturally pink lips.
Beats Aging with Antioxidants
Almond oil has powerful antioxidants which help in reducing fine lines and wrinkles. Almond oil reduces signs of skin aging by strengthening skin collagen fibers, nourishing them, and evening out skin complexion.
How to use: massage almond oil directly on your face and neck giving special attention to wrinkle-prone areas and under-eye areas. Do this every night. you can also use almond oil in your anti-aging face masks or DIY face packs.
Nourishes brows and lashes
Almond oil is your shortcut to perfect eyebrows and eyelashes. Rich in vitamins, monosaturated fats, calcium, and magnesium almond oil helps your eyelashes and brows grow faster by nourishing and strengthening them, eliminating the use of eyelashes extensions.
How to use: Dip a Q tip in almond oil and apply it on your brows and lashes. For more precise application on eyelashes, you can dip a clean mascara wand in almond oil and apply it like you apply mascara.
Almond oil is beneficial for your cuticles. It is hydrating, strengthens, and adds a healthy sheen to nails. You can easily substitute your cuticle cream or oil with almond oil which moisturizes dry cuticles and makes your nails less prone to breakage.
How to use: Gently massage almond oil into your cuticles daily.
Repairs sun damage
Almond oil is a natural sunscreen with SPF 5 and it helps to shield skin from UV rays and prevents tanning. It can also help reverse damage caused by exposure to the sun. If you have sunburns just apply a layer of almond oil which is anti-inflammatory and enriched with vitamin E. Almond oil can reduce tan and treat sun damage but it isn’t a substitute for your sunscreen, so it is best to use sunscreen when out in the sun.
Helps with dark circles
My biggest skin problem is dark circles which I have because of stress and over-exposure to laptop and mobile screens. eye creams don’t work for me because they get into my eye forcing me to wash it off immediately after applying so I rely on the natural home remedy to lighten and shoo the dark circles far far away. Almond oil has complexion lightening properties which reduce discoloration and it also hydrates and moisturizes under the eye area. Puffy under-eye bags can be treated with almond oil as it is naturally anti-inflammatory.
How to Use: Regularly massage under the eye area with almond oil in light circular motions and leave overnight. wash off in the morning. you can even mix almond oil with rose oil or coconut oil and massage for quicker results.