3 Beauty Benefits Of Red Palm Oil

Written by Nazneen JoshiOct 10, 2018
3 beauty BENEFITS OF RED PALM OIL
Palm oil or red palm oil has been used for over 5000 years by both individuals and manufactures of personal care and beauty products. It contains high amounts of saturated fats, vitamins and antioxidants. Made from the flesh of the fruit of the oil palms primarily found in Africa, Southeast Asia and some parts of South America, the oil is a very rich source of Vitamin A and Vitamin E. Its unique composition and rich reserve of valuable nutrients makes it a perfect skin and hair-care product. Read on to find out exactly how red palm oil adds value to your beauty outlook.
 

Moisturise with red palm oil

A re-growth and thickening agent

Red palm oil has a surprising number of skin-benefits—especially for problematic skin. It’s deeply moisturising properties leaves the skin feeling soft and supple. It also contains re-fattening agents that help restore the skin’s natural oils and acts as a relief to itchy skin and irritated cuticles.

 

Anti-ageing benefits

A re-growth and thickening agent

Not only does Vitamin E protect your skin but it also has an anti-ageing effect by eliminating wrinkles when used on the problem areas of the face, contributing to proper blood circulation which results in active cell regeneration and the formation of new, healthy layers of skin. In addition, Vitamin E assists in evening out the skin for a clean and polished complexion.

 

A re-growth and thickening agent

A re-growth and thickening agent

It goes without saying that the best thing you can do for your skin, hair and general well-being is adopting a nutritious food-plan and exercising regularly. Your hair specifically needs fat soluble vitamins A and E to nourish the scalp and hair-roots. Red Palm Oil is not only very high in vitamin E, but also in beta carotene—which when consumed is converted by the body into Vitamin E.

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