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Avocados. The millennials and hipsters made them famous, but the benefits speak for themself. We all know how great avocado on toast is. Avocado on pizza. Avocado on chips. Mmmm. Now we’re just hungry and have entirely lost our train of thought. So where were we? Avocados. Yes. Avocados, and specifically, avocado oil, has now been ranked as one of the top five healthiest oils on the planet. And it’s easy to see why. Here are just a few benefits of this delicious – and superior – oil.

 

Avocado on skin:

Being that Avocado oil is super penetrative, it gets absorbed through the epidermis and into the dermal layer of your skin. This is what makes it different from all other moisturizers and oils. And for those of you with dry or flaky skin, avocado oil is the best solution – keeping your skin hydrated and moisturized above anything else. To ward off dryness, simply massage a little of this oil into your skin after bathing.

 

Avocado on a sunburn:

When used over time, avocado oil has been known to reduce the appearance of minor sun damage and sunburn, as well as age spots and even scarring. The omega 3s and Vitamin E found in avocado oil makes it the perfect choice –  and a thin layer goes a very long way. Just massage the oil directly onto your skin or add it to your bath, either alone or with a few drops of other essential oils, and this will help retain moisture.

 

Avocado on wrinkles:

Avocado oil contains high protein levels, and this combined with the different amino acid content found, makes avocado oil an excellent tissue regeneration and cell renewal. When you consume or apply avocado oil topically, you can really slow your skin’s aging process.

 

Avocado on hair:

As we all know, what’s usually really good for your skin is pretty good for your hair too. And avocado oil is no exception. Avocado oil will improve the structure of your hair as well as promote new hair growth. It also is an excellent source of lecithin, the fatty substance that acts as a lubricant and emulsifier – helping to prevent moisture loss. Simply apply avocado oil alone, or mixed with another carrier oils such as castor oil, to both your hair and scalp.

 

And so, the hipsters, millennials and the world in general, have got it right. Avocado oil, added to almost anything, is definitely a recipe for success. 

 

Avocados. The millennials and hipsters made them famous, but the benefits speak for themself. We all know how great avocado on toast is. Avocado on pizza. Avocado on chips. Mmmm. Now we’re just hungry and have entirely lost our train of thought. So where were we? Avocados. Yes. Avocados, and specifically, avocado oil, has now been ranked as one of the top five healthiest oils on the planet. And it’s easy to see why. Here are just a few benefits of this delicious – and superior – oil.

 

Avocado on skin:

Being that Avocado oil is super penetrative, it gets absorbed through the epidermis and into the dermal layer of your skin. This is what makes it different from all other moisturizers and oils. And for those of you with dry or flaky skin, avocado oil is the best solution – keeping your skin hydrated and moisturized above anything else. To ward off dryness, simply massage a little of this oil into your skin after bathing.

 

Avocado on a sunburn:

When used over time, avocado oil has been known to reduce the appearance of minor sun damage and sunburn, as well as age spots and even scarring. The omega 3s and Vitamin E found in avocado oil makes it the perfect choice –  and a thin layer goes a very long way. Just massage the oil directly onto your skin or add it to your bath, either alone or with a few drops of other essential oils, and this will help retain moisture.

 

Avocado on wrinkles:

Avocado oil contains high protein levels, and this combined with the different amino acid content found, makes avocado oil an excellent tissue regeneration and cell renewal. When you consume or apply avocado oil topically, you can really slow your skin’s aging process.

 

Avocado on hair:

As we all know, what’s usually really good for your skin is pretty good for your hair too. And avocado oil is no exception. Avocado oil will improve the structure of your hair as well as promote new hair growth. It also is an excellent source of lecithin, the fatty substance that acts as a lubricant and emulsifier – helping to prevent moisture loss. Simply apply avocado oil alone, or mixed with another carrier oils such as castor oil, to both your hair and scalp.

 

And so, the hipsters, millennials and the world in general, have got it right. Avocado oil, added to almost anything, is definitely a recipe for success. 

 

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