How to Use Avocado Oil on Skin
Avocado oil is high in sterolin, which are reputed to reduce age spots , help heal sun damage and scars. It is the sterolin (also called plant steroids) in the oil that helps to soften the skin and imparts a superior moisturizing effect.
For this reason it is an ideal ingredient to include when formulating for people with dehydrated, sun or climate damaged skin, as it is an extremely good moisturizing and nourishing compound, assisting in the regeneration and rejuvenation of the skin.
Avocado oil significantly increases the amount of collagen in the skin – which normally is under attack as we grow older. Avocado oil is easily absorbed into deep tissue, and with its wonderfully emollient properties, makes it ideal for mature skins.
It is often used for clients with dry or mature skins, or people suffering from eczema or psoriasis, and is very useful when treating sun or climate damaged skin that is dehydrated and undernourished, as it is said to help with regenerating the skin and softening the tissue.
Age Spot Remedy Recipe
Mix 5 drops of avocado oil and 5 drops of castor oil in a your palm. Stir well and apply it to your age spots with your fingers.Massage the oil into the age spot and let it sit for about 15 minutes.
Rough and Dry Skin Recipe
After bathing, mix of avocado oil and olive oil can be used as a lotion. These two oils blend well and together help to rejuvenate the skin when they are applied regularly.
For best results, apply the mix at least two times daily over the skin. To give a nice fragrance to the mixture, you can add a few drops of any essential oil such as orange or lavender.
Scalp Care Recipe
Avocado oil can be used for head massages. It also can be used as a hot oil treatment for the hair, as avocado oil can actually be absorbed by dry hair shafts.
To make the treatment, put 2 tablespoons each of avocado oil and castor oil in a bowl, and warm it up.
Once the hair is wetted, massage this warm oil into the scalp and leave overnight.
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