Natural oils for body and face made from fruit pulp

As it was already mentioned in the article "Natural oils", skin oils are mainly produced by cold pressing natural fruits and vegetables, generally from nuts, grains, fruit seeds and fruits pulp. Among oils, obtained from the pulp of a fruit, there are:

Sea buckthorn oil

It is widely used to soften and rejuvenate the facial skin, as well as to lighten various age spots and freckles.
In addition, it can be used as an external healing agent for many diseases and skin injuries.
Oil contains vitamin A, which is responsible for the hydration and elasticity of the epidermis, and vitamin E, which prolongs the youthfulness of the skin. Also vitamin C, which helps to increase and preserve skin elasticity, and some other vitamins (B, K, P), which also play an important role in maintaining the beauty and health of our facial skin.

Red palm oil (from the pulp of the fruit)

It has an excellent softening and nourishing effect, and is successfully used in the care of dry, rough, flaky, and withered and fading face skin. The product takes one of leading places in a number of products containing a large amount of provitamin A (carotenoids) and vitamin E. It is also rich in vitamin K, magnesium and coenzyme Q10 (ubiquinone), a deficiency of which is believed to lead to premature aging of the body's organs, including the skin of the face.

Coconut oil

This oil, thanks to its nourishing, softening and rejuvenating properties, is an excellent remedy for the care of dry, sensitive and fading face skin.
Despite its rather solid consistency, it instantly melts from contact with skin, due to the high content of lauric, myristic and other saturated fatty acids, which makes it very convenient to use in aesthetic medicine.
The use of coconut oil in facial skincare allows you to soften and smooth the skin in just seconds.

Avocado oil

It is used to improve face condition of any skin type. It is an essential source of vitamins, microelements and polyunsaturated fatty acids. Among others - oleic, palmitic, linoleic, linolenic, palmitoleic and stearic fatty acids, vitamins A, E, D, B1, B2, K, PP, as well as potassium, zinc and squalene. In addition, this oil contains lecithin, a lot of chlorophyll, histidine and phytosterols.
It helps to moisturize, rejuvenate, and improve the skin, eliminates its problems such as dryness, peeling, sagging, and loss of elasticity. It soothes well the skin, relieves inflammation, and stimulates the regeneration of its damaged cells.

Rosehip oil

It is rich in vitamins A, C and E, and other useful substances, natural rosehip oil is an excellent tonic for the skincare of tired, dehydrated, sluggish, and already fading face, as well as the appearance of early wrinkles in the area around the eyes.

Olive oil

It is an excellent remedy for dry, sensitive, and fading skin and never causes allergies. Unrefined oil contains a considerable amount of vitamins E and A, and, as you know, vitamin E significantly prolongs the youth of the skin, and vitamin A is responsible for its hydration and elasticity. It also contains vitamins B, D, K, as well as monounsaturated fats, which are greatly improving the condition of the skin.
Alongside hydrating and nourishing the skin, olive oil is great to protect the skin from adverse weather conditions (frosty wind, ultraviolet light).

Beauty therapist Dana uses in her practice several natural oils, adding them to facial creams and while cleaning and toning the face during the treatment. Call Dana right now on 079 17 67 8982 or schedule your visit to the Beauty Salon at 92 Sheen Road, Richmond upon Thames, TW9 1UF.

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