The beauty world is going nuts this season. From coconut in your moisturisers to almonds in your lip balm... nuts are everywhere. Nut and seed oils such as sesame and grape seed are some of the
hottest beauty ingredients in all leading cosmetics oday. "Nuts, seeds and, in particular, their oils also offer valuable beauty benefits as they are naturally packed with anti-ageing
antioxidant vitamins,". Apart from their beauty benefits they also are excellent for aroma therapy.
Grape seed: It's a particularly good example of anti-ageing antioxidant vitamins. It contains polyphenols, naturally occurring antioxidants estimated to be 10,000 times more powerful than vitamin E.
Peanut oil: It as been found to contain the anti-ageing antioxidant coenzyme Q10 and are rich in essential fatty acids - the nutrients vital for a healthy, supple skin.
Coconut oil: It is the trick to getting full, thick, shiny hair. It's also great to help strengthen hair if your hair is thinning. It helps seal the cuticle and rid those split ends not
to mention making your hair thick and healthy. It has also got great moisturising properties.
Almonds: They are great to achieve glowing skin and hair. Almond oil is a naturally emollient product and skin softener. It is a great medium to use on your skin, because of its a very fine
texture and natural affinity to the human skin, making it easy to be absorbed by the skin, without leaving your skin feeling greasy or clogged.
Camellia: White camellia nut oil, used for centuries in Asia, contributes its moisturising, conditioning, nourishing and softening benefits to the skin. It helps in removing post-pregnancy
wrinkles and stretch marks, revitalising hair growth, and in treating burns. It helps to restructure the skin and strengthen nails. Apparently, Kate Winslet, used the Japanese Camellia
Oil during her pregnancy to combat stretch marks.
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