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Why You Need To Use Avocado Oil Especially If You Have Dry Skin

Reap the skin-healing benefits of this plant oil, well-known for its hydrating properties.
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If you're cursed with perpetually dry skin, here's a game-changer that you should consult with your dermatologist about: avocado oil. This plant oil is famed for its 76% mononunsaturated fats content, a.k.a. the beneficial fats for optimal health, including restoring healthy, hydrated skin. Below, the skin benefits you can reap from avocado oil.

It moisturizes your skin.

A 2018 study of plant oils credited avocado as an "excellent source of enrichment for dry, damaged, or chapped skin." Avocado oil's nourishing vitamin E, potassium, and lecithin are easily absorbed by the epidermis, or the skin's outer layer, and these nutrients help in forming new skin cells.

It helps relieve inflammation.

Extreme dry skin conditions such as eczema and psoriasis may get relief from the antioxidants and vitamins A, D, and E found in avocado oil. A 2001 study showed that avocado oil, when combined with vitamin B12 cream, was suitable for long-term topical treatment of psoriasis.

It prevents and treats acne breakouts.

When you apply avocado oil on your skin for a few minutes then rinse it off with warm water, you reduce the risk of acne by keeping the skin hydrated and preventing oily buildup. The vitamin E in avocado oil helps bring down the swelling and inflammation of the skin, especially in acne-prone areas.

It protects against sun overexposure.

Avocado oil's vitamin E, beta-carotene, vitamin D, protein, lecithin, and essential fatty acids can help promote healing from sunburn. These ingredients also help protect your skin from damaging UV rays and boost collagen production to maintain your skin's elasticity.

It helps boost skin renewal.

Signs of premature aging first show up on the skin. Research shows that consuming healthy fats found in avocados can help the skin retain its elasticity. When applied topically, avocado oil can make dead skin cells fall off, allowing new cells to flourish.

For skin food that can help give you a dewy glow, try the Silka Premium Moisturizing Milk Lotion with Avocado Oil SPF23. The Cosmo Skincare All-Star has a non-greasy formula that penetrates deeply into dry, dehydrated skin to give you long-lasting moisture and protection against the damaging effects of sunlight and pollution.

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