Suitable for all skin types, Almond oil can be used to calm your skin in times of need. Whether you're dealing with itchiness and swelling or something more clinical like psoriasis or eczema, almond oil can soothe the irritation as a quick fix before finding a more permanent solution.
Applying it topically to the areas of need adds an extra dose of moisture, relieving any irritation your skin may be experiencing.
Almond oil can be used to revitalize and rejuvenate your skin when it's looking a bit dull or tired. It contains softening properties that come in handy when your skin isn't looking its best. It can even out your skin tone and improve the complexion over time, revealing a new and improved version of your skin.
Almond oil can protect your skin from the sun as well as reverse any damage that has happened to your skin as a result of exposure to UV rays. This isn't to say you should skip SPF altogether, but mixing in a bit of oil can increase your sun protection benefits while also giving you a glow. It's also another form of environmental protector: Almond oil has high concentrations of vitamin E, magnesium phosphorus, and copper, and therefore is a rich anti-oxidant.
It can be used as an emollient and decongestant, widely used for its high tolerability even on sensitive and delicate skin.
Although more research needs to be done proving that almond oil is a cure for stretch marks, one study involving a series of women shows that it can be used to prevent their spreading as well as prevent them from forming. It has incredible softening properties, so when it is applied to areas where stretch marks typically occur on your body, it works to soften that skin and allow for it to stretch without exacerbating the marks.
Almond oil can be used to rejuvenate your skin as well as reduce any irritation it might face throughout the day. Applying it to your skin is a great way to lock in moisture and keep your skin glowing all day long. Face oils leave your skin the dewiest it has ever looked, and almond oil is no exception. Not only will your skin be left hydrated, but it will also have an overall better complexion and even tone.
How to Use:
It is an effective cosmetic adjuvant to prevent stretch marks during pregnancy. It can be used as hair softener. It is recommended at least one massage per day.
Not only does it hydrate the skin with a lightweight and smooth texture, but it also reduces skin irritation and the appearance of stretch marks. Use on or to prevent stretch marks, on sensitive skin (eczema or psoriasis to ease itchiness/dry skin.
Use as an overall moisturizer throughout the day and after bath.
Use with your SPF lotion.
Rub a drop or two in your hands and rub throughout your hair for softening and smoothing hair.
Put a few drops in your bath, to help soften your skin.
Use as a makeup remover. Rub a few drops on face, wipe off with a tissue. Follow with regular face washing.
Rub a drop or two over your makeup or bare face along your cheekbones for a natural glow.
Rub on cuticles to soften and strengthen nails.
Avoid using almond oil if you have a known nut allergy