FACE MASK: OLIVE OIL AND AVOCADO
ere are some healthy, safe suggestions for using olive oil at home. We gathered them over time from friends, beauticians, and family. Have fun as you test them.
OLIVE OIL & AVOCADO FACE MASK
A beauty trick for increased skin resistance
The composition of vitamins, minerals, and many fatty acids makes avocados an excellent ingredient in skincare and nourishment. This blend gives the skin a smooth, firm, and healthy complexion from deep within when combined with olive oil.
TO PREPARE THIS MASK, FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTION BELOW:
THE Ingredients YOU NEED to make a face mask with olive oil
HOW TO prepare YOUR OLIVE OIL AND AVOCADO FACE MASK
Check this Italianraw page for some tricks and suggestions on how to use olive oil for your daily beauty care.
THE MANY BENEFITS OF EXTRA VIRGIN OLIVE OIL
What many consumers don’t realize is something that people living millennia ago in ancient Greece took for granted; extra virgin olive oil, all by itself, is one of the best beauty secrets.
First, Olive Oil is a natural, hypoallergenic skin moisturizer.
Furthermore, virgin olive oil has the advantage of providing potent antioxidants, including vitamins E and K.
These vitamins help repair and renew skin damaged from overexposure to sun and air pollution. Other modern-day environmental hazards like cigarette smoke and fast food create aging effects on the skin.
The nutrients in olive oil naturally stimulate cells and return skin to a firmer, smoother, and healthier state.
Let’s provide a slightly more scientific explanation. Skin damage is related to the destructive activity of oxygen-related free radicals produced by skin cells.
Polyphenolic components of olive oil are like the traditional antioxidants, such as tocopherols, used by the pharmaceutical and cosmetic industry to prevent skin damage.
There are several simple and inexpensive ways to get the best skincare and beauty benefits from a single bottle of extra virgin olive oil.
The rich emollients in olive oil allow just a little to go a long way.
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