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Avocado Oil Skin

Updated on February 3, 2016

Avocado Oil fоr Skin

The Avocado is a fruit and the oil you can get from it is edible. It can be used to cook, but this oil can also be used in natural skin care treatments. You can use it alone or combine it with other ingredients to make your own homemade face care products. This beneficial oil is used in many cosmetic products on the market today. Find out more about why this oil is so good for your skin.


Benefits Of Avocado Oil For Your Skin

Avocado oil contains Vitamin E and this vitamin can help to rehydrate your skin. This makes it a great moisturizer. If you rub the inside of an Avocado peel on your skin before bed and sleep with it on your face. You will notice a change in your skin almost immediately. Wash your face when you wake up to remove any residue from this mask. The oil soothes and softens your skin and that will make your skin moist and younger looking.


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Omega-3 and Omega-6 are both found in Avocado oil. These Omega oils are full of antioxidants and are a great way to fight free radicals to help your skin stay young looking.

Avocado oil can work to treat cramps when you massage it into the affected area. You can use it in hair products and in DIY homemade body lotions.

Vitamins A, D, and E all help to keep skin soft and moist, and yes, they are all found in Avocado oil. That makes it a perfect oil to use on dry or on aging skin.

The oil is known to be rich in sterolins. Sterolins can help to reduce the appearance of age spots and they can help to soften the skin.

If your skin is dry or itchy, Avocado oil can help alleviate these problems.

Another anti-aging benefit of the oil is how it helps to increase your body's production of collagen.

Avocado oil іѕ not just for grown women. It can help to heal diaper rash on your child, and can soothe the pain as well.

Do you have scaly skin on your scalp? Yes, this oil can be used as a scalp treatment.

Eczema and solar keratosis can be healed and soothed by using this oil. It even can help burns and wounds to heal faster. The oil has anti-inflammatory properties to help these ailments.

Get Some Avocados And Make Homemade Face Masks

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DIY Homemade Recipes For Skin Care Using Avocado Oil

Facial Moisturizer:

Humectant is found inside the peel of the Avocado, and this holds moisture. Just rub the inside of the peel on your face using gentle and upward strokes. Let the mask stay on at least 15 minutes. After the 15 minutes are up, you can remove the mask using warm water, then pat your skin dry gently with a soft towel. Or you can keep the oil on overnight, letting the vitamins and humectant do their magic, wash your face in the morning when you wake up.

Soak In An Avocado Oil Bath

Create a soothing and softening bath for yourself with this simple recipe. You will need:

  • 2 Cups Of Avocado Oil
  • 1 Cup Of Almond Oil
  • 2 Green Tea Bags
  • 2 Drops Of Rose Oil
  • 10 Drops Of Fragrant Essential Oil - I Like Lavender
  • 4 Drops Of Ylang Ylang
  • 8 Drops Of Chamomile Oil
  • An Amber Bottle With Lid Large Enough To Hold All The Above

Store your bath oil in the amber bottle for 24 hours, allowing the ingredients to blend together. When that time has passed, fill your tub with nice warm water and add 2 ounces of this luxurious bath oil to it. Now soak for as long as you like, knowing the entire time, you are treating yourself to a wonderful, moisturizing treatment.

Make An Avocado Bath Oil

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DIY After Bath Moisturizer Made With Avocado Oil

Don't stop with the soak! You can use Avocado Oil as an after bath treatment too. You will need:

  • 1/3 Part Avocado Oil
  • 1/3 Part Sweet Almond Oil
  • 1/3 Part Jojoba Oil
  • Several Drops Of Your Favorite Essential Oil - Orange Or Lavender Are My Favorites.

Combine all the ingredients and pour them into a bottle with a lid. Keep this after the bath oil treatment in your bathroom. When you get out of the tub, dry your skin (always pat your skin dry with a soft towel), apply the oil all over your body to keep your skin soft and moisturized. This mix is a great way to help clear up eczema, so if you have that skin problem, be sure to give this a try.

Itchy, Dry Scalp Avocado Oil Treatment

You can use Avocado Oil as a scalp skin care treatment since it can penetrate the hair shafts. Here's a recipe:

  • 2 Tablespoons Of Avocado Oil
  • 2 Tablespoons Of Castor Oil
  • A Bowl

Mix these oils together and warm them up. (Not hot, just warm) Massage it into your scalp and leave this treatment on overnight. Wake up, shampoo your hair, and you will find your hair is softer...and if you had dandruff, that problem should be gone.

Find out how beneficial Avocado Oil is for your skin and scalp with these easy to make, DIY, home treatments. Give them a try and I am sure you will be a fan for life. You can find the Avocado Oil online or at your local health food store.

You can also eat the Avocado - it's nutritious and delicious! This fruit is actually called a "Super Food". I just cut it in half and eat it with a spoon. You can add it to salads, sandwiches, dips, dinner recipes, tacos...you name it.

Did you know June is officially known as "Avocado Month".

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What Does An Avocado Have In It That's Good For Your Skin?

  • The Avocado is chock full of antioxidants. You can find alpha-carotene, beta carotene, beta-cryptoxanthin, chrysanthemaxanthin, violaxanthin, neoxanthin and neochrome in these small green fruits.
  • They contain Vitamin E and Vitamin C - both are potent antioxidants and they are great for your skin.
  • They contain Omega-3, Omega-6, and Omega-9 fatty acids. The fatty acids in Avocados soften and moisturize your skin cells.

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