Have you started using oils in your beauty routine? Let me introduce you to one of my favorite oils right now – grapeseed oil.
For the longest time, I used only coconut oil. I used it as a hair mask, lip balm, body lotion. Pretty much everything. However with so many amazing oils on the market right now, I wanted to try something else.
First of all, my skin tends to get very oily at times, so I wasn’t sure I could actually use any type of oil on my face because you know…oil! Everyone knows that oil-free products are the way to go when you have oily skin. So I was a bit skeptic at first.
I got a bottle of grapeseed oil more than four months ago, and I started using it only in the mornings at first. This oil is extremely gentle, and it can be applied directly on your skin. It acts as a natural highlighter, so when you’re out and about it gives you that pretty dewy look, so natural and feminine.
Now I use grapeseed oil in the mornings and evenings I found out it has some amazing benefits for your skin.
Check out some of them:
BENEFITS OF GRAPESEED OIL FOR SKINCARE
- Fights acne
Grapeseed oil contains linoleic acid which is an excellent antioxidant. It doesn’t clog your pores, and it helps with acne and pimples.
- Improves skin texture
With consistent use, it can help improve the texture of your skin. It can also help with reducing the dark circles around your eyes.
- Skin moisturizer
It is extremely gentle and quickly absorbed from the skin, which makes it act as a natural moisturizer. It’s also non-greasy, so you’re left with skin as soft as a baby.
- Anti-aging solution
Because of all the antioxidants in grape seed oil, it benefits cell renewal and slows down the aging process.
Grapeseed oil can also be used to strengthen hair and moisturize the scalp.
After doing some more research, I found out that you can even use grapeseed oil to grow your hair faster.
I know that sounds a little too good to be true. But that is all thanks to all those vitamins and minerals that the oil contains.
Have you used grapeseed oil before?