Five Seed Oils You Should Be Adding To Your Everyday Routine
Thanks to YouTubers and social media, we get to know…
Thanks to YouTubers and social media, we get to know what’s trending in make-up, skincare, hair care or even in health and diet trends. Many fads may come and go, but there are certain tricks and diets that play a major role in getting that clear glass skin or glossy hair.
The newest trends to keep up are the seed oils and oils are HOT right now. You have probably heard of exotic oil names like Rose Hip Oil, Hemp Oil, and what not.
If you’ve not tried seed oil before, now is the time. Seed oils offer a wide range of benefits. Here’s a list of seed oils we recommend that you should add to your line of skincare products.
Grapeseed oil is light in flavour with a slightly nutty taste, which works well with other flavours. It can be substituted for olive oil in salad dressings, sauces and cooking as well. Just add one tablespoon of grapeseed oil in salad dressings, to get a great flavour. Apart from salad dressing, it can be mixed with other oils to make a massage oil. You can use grapeseed oil for shaving, for reducing acne scars and to tighten pores.
Hemp Seed Oil
Hemp oil has come into light in recent years. The oil is made from hemp seeds, the same plant through which marijuana comes from, but it doesn’t cause any hallucinations. It is rich in fatty acids and has numerous health benefits. According to medical researches, the oil can lower cholesterol levels and aids the overall digestive process.
Rose Hip Seed Oil
A key ingredient in most anti-ageing products. Rose hip seed oil is the only oil containing Vitamin A and is used by a lot of celebrities for age prevention. It’s an excellent skin oil as it absorbs quickly without leaving any residue. Right from oily skin to sensitive skin, it is suitable for all.
Onion Seed Oil
Add onion seed oil in your regime if you’re facing severe hair loss. It has minerals that promote hair growth and healthy hair. While it keeps hair healthy, it can be used for severe skin issues such as eczema and psoriasis. Just apply drops of onion seed oil before going to bed and wake up with glowing skin.
Thanks to millennials and their weird food obsessions, avocados are everywhere. Rich in Vitamin D, avocado oil should be a part of your skincare routine as well as your kitchen cabinet. It’s an oil that is ideal for hydrating and to moisturise your skin and hair. Mix 2-3 drops of avocado oil with shea butter to make a lip balm.