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Beautyhow to use olive oil for your beauty: 9 great easy ideas
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how to use olive oil for your beauty: 9 great easy ideas


ere are 9 ways for using olive oil at home. We gathered them over time from friends, beauticians, and family. Have fun as you test them.

1. Olive oil as Morning Drink

Wake up your inner beauty by starting the day with a lemon, olive oil, and honey concoction.


  1. Squeeze the juice of half a lemon into a cup of hot water
  2. Add one teaspoon of honey and one tablespoon of extra-virgin olive oil.
  3. Have this before breakfast and make it a routine; it’s an ideal way to wake up your liver with a good dose of vitamin C and start your healthy daily intake of extra-virgin olive oil.


Our body naturally gets rid of dead skin, but sometimes it hangs on too long, giving us a dull, tired-looking complexion.

Exfoliating removes dull, tired, dead cells and rejuvenates the skin.

Use this natural scrub twice a week to help keep your complexion clear and healthy.

You might need to double the whole body and face scrub ratios.

Directions: Let’s prepare the scrub. 

  1. Make a paste using 2 teaspoons of sea salt and 3 tablespoons of olive oil.
  2. Using the tips of your fingers, rub the mixture on your face, neck, and body using circular movements, paying particular attention to the thicker skin on your knees, elbows, and T-zone area (across the forehead and down the nose forms a T shape).

This treatment is also perfect for use on dry, cracked heels.


This sugar exfoliant, a mix of sugar and olive oil, is suitable for particularly hardened areas like knees and elbows.


  1. Mix equal parts olive oil and sugar into a thick paste, and rub it into the hardened areas.
  2. Leave on for about seven minutes, then wash and dry.
  3. Moisturizing after will give you nice smooth skin.

4. add olive oil to your bath TUB

For all-over body smoothness, add a few drops of extra-virgin olive oil to your warm bath.


sofia loren secrets and olive oil

Olive oil has been used for skin treatments since biblical times—and in the twenty-first century, it’s finding its way back as a beauty product around the world.



We know how important it is to cleanse the face every evening; we do it to remove all the grime and dirt from the day and makeup.

Every so often, though, we need to go deeper to pull out those impurities lurking beneath the top layer of the skin.

Using a face mask once a week will do this. It will also unclog our pores and eliminate any pimples caused by bacteria.

This healthy, nutritious homemade mask does not take long to prepare; your skin will feel rejuvenated after the treatment. And you get to relax for fifteen minutes while it does its magic.


  1. Mash half an avocado with olive oil and paste it.
  2. Smooth it onto your face
  3. Leave for about fifteen minutes, then rinse.


Today, too many hair dyes and strong conditioners can cause hair loss. Olive oil has always been used as a natural, effective treatment for hair rejuvenation.

We can use Extra-virgin olive oil for the growth, regrowth, and conditioning of hair.

When olive oil or an olive oil product is rubbed into the scalp, the stimulation and the nutrients from extra-virgin olive oil act on the hair follicle, penetrating the hair shaft. As well as providing health supplements, olive oil acts as a barrier to retain moisture and protect the scalp from the damaging effects of the sun.

As a conditioner, olive oil beats any expensive salon treatment.

Follow these steps:

  1. Heat 3/4 cup of extra-virgin olive oil in a pan or warm it in a microwave for a few minutes.
  2. Next, rub into the scalp, continuing right to the ends. Put a towel in the microwave for 2 minutes until it is hot but not too hot.
  3. Next, wrap around your head for at least 30 minutes to allow the warm oil to penetrate.
  4. Finally, wash your hair, as usual, using gentle shampoo.
“Once you get involved with Olive Oil I think it starts circulating into your veins” 


Taking off makeup is less fun than putting it on. If you don’t remove all the foundation, mascara, and eyeliner, it clogs up your skin and causes smudges around your eyes. Olive oil, similar in structure to the oils used in makeup, removes all makeup without damaging the skin; it will even remove waterproof mascara.


  1. Dab a little olive oil on a cotton ball and apply it over your face and eyes.
  2. Rub gently until all the makeup is removed.
  3. Rinsing with lukewarm water will remove any residue.

8. OLIVE OIL For shadows and Dark Rings

We sometimes refer to these as bags under the eyes; stress, hereditary factors, and lack of sleep can cause dark circles under your eyes. Of course, you’ll come across home remedies such as cucumber and tea bags, but did you know you can use a mixture of olive oil and lemon as well?


  1. Mix 2 tablespoons of olive oil with the juice of half a lemon.
  2. Apply on the eyes using a cotton ball, press lightly on the dark circles for about five minutes, then rinse.

Lemon is known for its skin-lightening properties, while olive oil hydrates the skin.

9. OLIVE OIL AS Massage Oil

Nothing beats a massage to help you unwind and feel relaxed.

So here’s massage oil you can use at home.

  1. Start by putting 200 milliliters (7 ounces) of olive oil in your massage bowl;
  2. add the juice of 1 whole lemon
  3. add 8 drops or so of lavender oil, the essential oil recognized for its calming and relaxing properties.
  4. Then, it is ready to use.

Olive oil is especially beneficial when our bodies get dry during the winter months. Just remember, though, that it’s not the best oil to use on your face as a moisturizer unless you have dehydrated skin.


Check this page to discover more about Olive Oil and Beauty Care!


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.


The information provided in this blog post is for educational and informational purposes only and should not be construed as medical advice. 

The content is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified healthcare provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have read on this website. The author and publisher of this blog post are not responsible for any adverse effects or consequences resulting from the use of any suggestions or procedures described hereafter.



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