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Edible Beauty Oils

By Yasmine Ganley

Edible Beauty Oils
Learn about the best beauty-boosting oils to include in your diet.

Including some of the following oils in your diet can improve skin, hair, nails and overall health.

Borage Seed Oil is used for its abundant dietary, health, cosmetic and medicinal benefits. Used to treat skin disorders including eczema and dermatitis, it is also used to eliminate stress, premenstrual syndrome, diabetes, and attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder.

Evening Primrose Oil. By working to dilute sebum, the thick oily substance that is over-secreted when acne occurs, the essential fatty acids in evening primrose oil reduce the risk of pores becoming clogged and spots developing. The oil’s EFAs help to treat rosacea by reducing inflammation and stimulating the contraction of blood vessels.

Fish Oils, whether you take them in capsule form or via fresh salmon, are the best way to nourish your skin from the inside out. A rich, nutrient-dense dose of omega3 will plump and smooth your skin, giving a radiant glow.

Avocado oil. Said to be the healthiest oil to cook with, rich in monounsaturated fatty acids and extremely low in saturated fat, avocado oil is also high in vitamin E.

Udo’s Choice Perfected (Ultimate) 3, 6, 9 Oil Blend is a certified organic blend of guaranteed GMO-free, unrefined edible oils. This blend is rich in GMO-free lecithin, which provides the building materials for healthy cell membranes. Vitamin E and rosemary oil, both potent antioxidants, are added to increase freshness and to act as scavengers of free radical molecules in the body.


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