26 February 2015

Avocado : Best Companion for your Skin

Avocado Fruit
Nature has everything that living beings need to sustain in a healthy manner, one only have to look out for these amazing gifts of nature. A wide variety of fruits, vegetables, grains, herbs and several other natural things not only contains essential nutrients but also posses’ capability to beautify and heal you as well. Avocado is just one among the amazing gifts of nature, if you want to get rid of acne & dry skin or wants a healthy glowing face then, instead of using many skin care products available use natural avocado fruit. Open an avocado and apply its yellow pulp directly to your skin, it will soothe, protect and moisturize your skin that soaks up oil’s high vitamins concentration, fatty acids and antioxidants.

Properties and Capabilities of Avocado & its Oil:

Skin Barrier

A natural hydrating ability of avocado oil makes it easily absorbed by the squamous layer of the skin. Avocado oil’ ability to retain water and its chemical properties makes avocado oil an emollient that promotes and supple and soft tissue. Because of avocado oil’s these properties it is very useful for those who are suffering from itchy dry skin by using those cosmetic products and lotions that contains avocado oil.

Ant oxidative Properties

Vitamin E is a known powerful antioxidant; it mops up free radicals and helps in decelerating aging signs. According to some human nutrition experts, avocados have highest vitamin E content as compared to other fruits. The powerful antioxidant property of avocado oil protects circulating white blood cells and helps skin
from oxidizing while it permeates through the cell wall.

 High in Sterolins

The compounds extracted from the plants and used in the creation of dextrose are termed as sterolins. The role of sterolins is to properly absorb fat to improve immune system quality. Avocado oil contains sterolins that helps to produce more skin collagen that reduces the effects of aging spots. This property of avocado oil makes it suitable for itchy dry skin.

Essential Fatty Acids

The good fats or essential fatty acids play a major part in the body’s metabolic processes. These ‘good fats’ promotes cell functions, keep heart healthy and decreases cyst.
According to some dermatologist, foods that contain unhealthy saturated fat (like butter) should be avoided and instead foods containing essential fatty acids (like salmon, nuts, flack seeds and avocados) should be used. Essential fatty acids or EFA’s are core components of lipids and sebum (our body’s natural oils) and should be used two to four servings a day.

Avocados in a tree
Avocado Tree
Omega-3 Oil

Both fish and avocado contains large amount of omega-3 oils. Omega-3 is very effective in protecting from UV solar radiation and hence decreasing the chances of getting sun burn and skin cancer.

Usable Forms of Avocado

Avocado oil can be used in liquid forms or from avocado fruit itself. But for using avocado fruits directly, its skin and pit should be removed. You can rub avocado pulp directly on your skin in needed areas. It is advised that for trying anything new you should be very cautious and aware of any adverse allergic reaction. It is better to consult a qualified health care professional before using avocado oil for any particular health or skin condition.



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  3. Great post .! Thanks for sharing :)


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