Grapeseed Oil is highly beneficial for both skin and hair. This article tells How to Use Grapeseed Oil to Restore Hair & Skin.
Benefits of Grapeseed Oil
Grapeseed Oil treats problems from acne to hair loss. It soothes skin, treats wrinkles, and removes DHT on the scalp.
Grapeseed Oil for Hair
Grapeseed Oil is an outstanding moisturizer for brittle and dry hair. It soothes dry scalp skin.
Regular Grapeseed oil scalp massages remove follicle-shrinking DHT. DHT is a hormone that accumulates on the scalp and can cause hair loss.
Grapeseed Oil for Skin
Grapeseed Oil is nourishing to the skin and contains building blocks for collagen production.
High in Polyphenols, Vitamins C, D, E, and Omega 6, it treats dry skin, wrinkles, discoloration, and aging. Choosing an organic product is especially important when selecting a grapeseed oil.
Grapeseed oil has anti-inflammatory and anti-microbial properties. This benefits the skin on the face, body, and scalp.
Grapeseed Oil is a great wound healer, and the scent is very light so it is suitable for even those with sensitivities.
How to Use Grapeseed Oil
For hair, warm a few tablespoons of grapeseed oil until it is warm to the touch but is not boiling hot. Rub between the palms and gently smooth over hair in a gentle “praying hands” downward motion.
For skin, sparingly apply grapeseed oil directly to face and skin, especially while damp after bathing. Less is more, but grapeseed oil is not greasy. Organic grapeseed oil is best for face and around the delicate eye area. It is so nourishing that it even benefits damaged skin.
Grapeseed Oil builds collagen, restores damaged skin and is suitable for even those with sensitivities. Grapeseed oil is vitamin rich and benefits the skin on the face, body, and scalp.
Free Radical Biology and Medicine
Volume 33, Issue 8, 15 October 2002, Pages 1089-1096