Smart Foods Sesame Oil For Beauty _86999342

These tiny seeds that you spot on multiple sweet and savory dishes can have a lasting impact on the way you look. If the chamomile essential oil is out of your budget or not at hand at the moment, sesame oil will fit right in.

The magical elixir is a great source of zinc, copper, manganese, calcium, and magnesium, all of which are needed to promote good health and beautiful skin.

The added benefits of vitamins and minerals only make the solution that much more potent and effective. Here’s how:

Anti-Aging: Erase fine lines and wrinkles with the topical application of sesame oil by making it a core ingredient in your DIYs. This oil contains the antioxidant sesamol, which improves blood circulation and keeps the skin looking and feeling plump.

Moisturizer: Sesame oil contains linoleic acid, stearic acid and palmitic acid, all of which are skin hydrating components. The oil can be used every day on its own, but for best results, mix it with a carrier solution like almond or coconut oil.

Sunscreen: The antioxidant vitamin E is a key component in sesame oil, which helps protect your skin against sun damage. Instead of applying commercial, store-bought sunscreen, prepare a mixture of 3 drops rosemary or lavender oil and 1tsp sesame oil. This lotion will protect your skin from the UV rays.

Skin Repair: Sesame oil has anti-bacterial properties that reduce inflammation and scar tissue. The oil also accelerates cell renewal, repairs damaged cells and detoxes the skin from the inside out. Give your skin a gentle massage by warming up the oil and leaving it on for 15 minutes, and then wash. You will see the positive effects of applying sesame oil over time.

There is nothing mediocre about this beauty solution. It can fix internal and external skin problems, all at one go. Add the seeds to your food plan and start stocking the oil on your dresser.

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With a Masters in English literature, Trina Remedios has spent her recent years extensively writing about health and fitness, with a keen interest in the beauty segment as well. While her high calorific lunches are positively deceiving, her inner hippie takes to the city roads and can run circles around most marathoners. Follow her for beauty hacks, natural fixes, fitness fads, celebrity trends, and wellness tips.