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Impressive skin and hair benefits of macadamia oil

by Gabriel Rosoga on 13 February 2015
Beauty & Skin care, Health, Lifestyle     |      Antioxidant,  hydrate skin,  macadamia oil,  restore skin

You can cook with it, add it to your salads or use it topically, but macadamia oil also offers benefits for your skin.

In addition to its moisturizing benefits, macadamia oil is nutrient-dense and packed with antioxidants and essential fatty acids that protect your skin. It also promotes healing for your skin following sunburn or other types of skin damage. As an added bonus, macadamia oil mimics your skin’s natural oils, making it an ideal match for maintaining your glow.

Macadamia oil comes from the macadamia nut, which is native to Australia and frequently grown in the temperate climates of Hawaii and California. The nuts have long been part the diet of the Aborigines of Australia. Macadamia nuts have high levels of selenium, zinc and fatty acids that boost your body to consume fat more efficiently. Aboriginal tribes used the oil for cosmetics and body decorations.

By consuming macadamia nut oil, its rich content of essential fatty acids benefit your entire body, including your skin. Macadamia nuts contain approximately 80 percent monounsaturated fats, including oleic acid, which protects your heart from disease and reduces cholesterol levels.

The oil is also a rich source of palmitoleic acid, which is a powerful antioxidant that supports healthy cell membranes, hydrates the skin and supports skin healing.

Although the oil is relatively thick and feels oily to the touch, it’s easily absorbed into the skin, and leaves no trace of grease. In addition to adding moisture to your skin, a topical use of macadamia nut oil firms your skin while maintaining a youthful glow.

Impressive skin and hair benefits of macadamia oil

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