While Avocado Oil is best known for its uses in cooking, it can also contribute to skin care. The oil is an ingredient in many types of creams, moisturizers, and sunscreens.
How to use Avocado Oil?
To use Avocado Oil as a facial moisturizer, a person can take the inside of an Avocado Oil peel and massage it onto their face. Leave the residue on for about 15 minutes, then rinse the face with warm water.
Bottled Avocado Oil can also be used to moisture the face at night. Wash it off the following morning.
Adding a few tablespoons of Avocado Oil to a bath can leave the whole body feeling soft and help to prevent hot water from drying out the skin.
It can also be mixed with a person’s favorite bath oil, such as lavender or aloe vera.
A person with a dry scalp may benefit from using Avocado Oil in a hot oil treatment. To heat the oil, pour 3–5 tablespoons into a small glass jar, and place the jar in a saucepan of recently boiled water.
Test the temperature of the oil frequently, to prevent it from getting too hot. When the oil is warm, remove the jar from the water and gently massage the oil into the scalp.
The oil can be left overnight and shampooed out in the morning. This may help to reduce dandruff and dry, flaky skin on the scalp.
Avocado Oil 100% Pure (no dilution or blended with other oil).
Light Green Liquid.
Note: Appearance may vary.
Store in room temperature. Avoid sunlight as it may turn the oil rancid.
One year from date of purchase.