There is so much California when it comes to Avocados! From macro to micro to nano, the avocados provide some of the rare elements. Let’s look at the benefits of avocado oil for skin and hair.
Did you know?
1) Avocado oil is derived from the pulp and not the seed.1
2) Avocados grow year-round.
3) Avocado oil has a high smoke point- 482 F (250 C).
4) Hass variety of avocado yields emerald green oil when cold-pressed.1 The color of this oil is so brilliantly green, even shaming the emerald.
5) Less than one percent of California’s soil is suitable to grow avocados. Nevertheless, rich soil, fresh coastal air, and California sun make them unique.2
Avocado oil for skin and hair- what is so special?
Avocado oil contains:
1) Vitamin K (antioxidant and anti-inflammatory, diminishes reactive oxidative species formed during UV exposure),
2) Vitamin C (rich with antioxidant properties, stimulates collagen production, fight against UV damage),
3) Vitamin B( reduces skin inflammation, reduces age spots and discoloration, helps prevent collagen fiber loss that supports skin, helps prevent skin sagging),
4) Vitamin E (radical scavenger- reduces injury from free radicals and oxidative stress).
Avocado oil, high in monounsaturated fatty acids, boasts many skin-friendly properties.
*Oleic acid- skin permeability enhancer
*Palmitic acid- emollient- soothing and softening of the skin
*Linoleic acid- skin barrier effect and wound healing effects.
Avocado oil is rich in potassium that helps moisturize the skin to support new skin cells and heal scars and hyperpigmentation/blemishes.
Common questions answered
1)Is avocado oil suitable for the face?
Yes, one ounce of avocado oil contains 3.6 mg of Vitamin E and 146 mg of beta-Sitosterol. These exert potent anti-inflammatory and antioxidant activity to fight signs of aging.1
2) What are the benefits of avocado oil for the skin?
High Vitamin E, Potassium, fatty acids, lecithin, and other nutrients stimulate collagen production and moisturize the skin. The Daytime Kindle body lotion contains skin-friendly oils including avocado, grape seed, and raspberry seed oils.
3) Is avocado oil good for dark circles?
Yes, vitamins E, C, magnesium, and others help nourish the skin around the eyes and reduce dark circles. The same principle applies to skin wrinkles around the eyes. Be sure to use high-quality unrefined organic avocado oil.
4) Is avocado oil good for hair?
Avocado oil is naturally acidic, so is our scalp. Avocado oil permeates deep into the scalp and provides nutrients directly to hair follicles. This action results in excellent hair growth. Avocado oil also has fabulous hair strand lubricating and detangling properties. High-quality hair conditioner such as Plush Hair Conditioner utilizes organic avocado oil that provides much-needed nourishment to the scalp, hair follicles, and conditions growing and existing hair strands.
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