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Hemp Seed Oil. According to Ecomall.com, hemp oil can prevent moisture loss in the skin and help prevent premature aging, and is effective in maintaining moisture balance. It can also be useful in alleviating certain skin conditions such as eczema, acne and psoriasis. Hemp oil is made up of omega-6 and omega-3 essential fatty acids, according to Ratical.com. A combination of essential fatty acids are necessary for healthy cell production and good skin health. Hemp seed oil is also rich in gamma-linolenic acid, or GLA. This is another type of omega-6 fatty acid and, according to Ratical.com, it has a number of skin health benefits and anti-inflammatory properties.
Coconut Oil. We probably don't have to tell you coconut oil, also referred to as lauric acid, is the oil that is derived from coconuts—that much is self-evident. But it's the components that make up coconut oil that are important to point out here. The lauric acid found in coconut oil can have antimicrobial properties, which can help kill bacteria on the skin and reduce inflammation.3 Additionally, coconut oil contains high levels of linoleic acid, an unsaturated omega-6 fatty acid, which can be used as an emollient and skin soother.
Shea Butter. Is great for hydration and calms the skin. It is great for dry skin and can create softer, hydrated, plumper skin, especially during the dry winter months. Shea butter is also found in many lip balms to help with chapped lips as well as moisturizers that help prevent stretch marks. It helps fade scars both from acne and non-acne-related causes in addition to healing sunburned, cracked, and peeling skin. It soothes skin allergies like poison ivy and insect bites, as well as skin conditions like contact dermatitis and psoriasis.
Olive Oil. Is Moisturizing Like many other oils, olive oil locks in moisture. By itself, it doesn’t do much in the way of moisturizing your skin, but it works to seal in water or your moisturizer. The best way to incorporate it into your routine is to apply it on top of your moisturizer, so it will lock in the moisture from that. Vitamin- and Antioxidant-Filled Olive oil is rich in Vitamins A, D, E, and K, which is why it’s so great to use when you’re cooking! These vitamins are not only good for your health, they could benefit your skin as well. No studies have definitively proven that the vitamins in olive oil benefit skin, but products that contain these vitamins are often used to improve overall skin health. In addition, olive oil contains lots of antioxidants, which could possibly prevent early signs of aging. No research has officially proven that this is the case. Scar and Stretch Mark Fading Keeping your skin moisturized is key to preventing and treating scars and stretch marks. Olive oil can be used to lock in moisture on parts of your body other than your face, too, although it’s important to patch test to make sure you don’t experience any irritation.
Turmeric Essential Oil. Support and strengthen immune function and encourage a positive response soothe the mind and uplift the mood with its warm, woody, earthy, and spicy scent promote positive emotions and increased energy address negative emotions, fatigue, loss of appetite, headaches, and symptoms of allergies, colds, and fevers manage respiratory conditions that make breathing difficult, such as asthma
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Turmeric Essential Oil