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Edible oils for skin care?

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  • 2 years ago

Hello,   Im a big fanatic of everything that can help me keep my glow and my skin tone. I eat seabuckthorn fruit oil in with my salads, apply generous amounts of rosehip seed oil, Argan oil and a few other oils to my face everyday, especially during winter!!! My question is, my friend brought some Edible Argan to my table last week, and we had some with our salad, it was delicious and very nutty, but it is kinda of expensive, I think my friend said it was the most expensive edible oil!! So I wanted to know if anyone knows about Edible Argan being good for the skin? I mean I apply it to my face and hair and nails, what about internally eating it? Doing a simple search about it gets me alot of information, with several companies selling it in bottles, and one company selling it in softgel format. Anyone know the benefits of eating Edible Argan oil?   Thank you!!!

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Olive oil is a great oil for really dry skin. It is used by Mediterranean women as a moisturizer for centuries. It provides intense moisture according to study and the rich antioxidants that make it so good for your insides benefit your outsides, too, fighting free radicals created by exposure to sunlight.
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This Edible argan sounds amazing! thanks for the tip!

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Ive been taking argan softgels for 5 months..love the way my skin feels
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Argan oil has many healing properties. Studies have shown this oil to be rich in fatty acids, and sterols, which can lower high cholesterol, it has naturally occurring vitamin e and squalene that can boost our immune system, and it is a great source of both omegas 3 & 6 which is good for me because I don't eat fish or meat. Consuming an oil like Argan or seabuckthorn that you mentioned daily on a regular basis in time will help the body heal internal ailments. Everything your body digests reflects it externally so when you eat healthy foods and vitamins you look good while being healthy.
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Argan oil has many healing properties. Studies have shown this oil to be rich in fatty acids, and sterols, which can lower high cholesterol, it has naturally occurring vitamin e and squalene that can boost our immune system, and it is a great source of both omegas 3 & 6 which is good for me because I don't eat fish or meat. Consuming an oil like Argan or seabuckthorn that you mentioned daily on a regular basis in time will help the body heal internal ailments. Everything your body digests reflects it externally so when you eat healthy foods and vitamins you look good while being healthy.
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Applying pure chimp super face cream gives me clear and smooth skin. They are 100% natural and handmade in UK. They work great!
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