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Mary Craven

Posted on August 30 2016

We put Avocado on everything, why not our skin!

Avocado oil is the hidden treasure in an avocado, not many know that it is great for your skin. Avocado oil contains many nutrients that can help revitalize and re hydrate skin. It's oil is full of proteins, fats, vitamins and minerals, that are able to be quickly absorbed into skin. 

Lets take a look at how all of this really effects the look of your skin.. Avocado oil contains Sterolin, which helps in the production of Collagen.  This is important, because Collagen is responsible for making sure your skin stays firm and smooth. As you age, your body produces less Collagen on its own, making Avocado oil a great way to help your body maintain youthful skin. The oil has vitamins that help in creating the perfect anti-aging formula, Vitamins, A, B, D, E, K and C to be exact!  Vitamin C, D and E, reduce the damage done to your skin by the sun and also help with aging spots and wrinkles. Vitamins B and K both have a healthy impact on your metabolism and cardiovascular system. Last but not least, Vitamin A helps with dry skin, keeping it young and smooth. Avocado oil is also used to relieve itching and inflammation because it is able to penetrate deep into your skin. The oil is also used in the treatment of skin conditions, including eczema and psoriasis.

With all these great benefits, it no surprise you can find it in the Ultra Moisturizing Bar!  With Sea Salts, Argon and Avocado Oil, plus Coconut, Shea and Olive this bar is a savior for dry parched skin. Use it as a face bar or all over shower bar. Scented with Rose petal water from our garden and a hint of lavender. 


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