While a number of researches show varying results and findings on how avocado oil-based products help with our skin, the top few benefits that matter to us would be.
As we age, our natural oil as well as collagen production decreases making skin dryer, rougher, and less youthful. Using avocado oil for face wrinkles is a very good option. When used topically, it’s known to combat skin dryness and may also boost collagen production.
Fights free radicals
Free radicals not only contribute to disease, but they also contribute to all kinds of unwanted skin changes including age spots, wrinkles and more serious concerns like skin cancer. With its rich content of nutrients and antioxidants, avocado oil may be able to help fight free radical damage when applied externally and reduce chances of unwanted skin changes including age spots, wrinkles, and more serious concerns like skin cancer caused due to free radicals
Helps soothe sunburn
Since avocado oil is rich in vitamin E, beta-carotene, vitamin D, protein, lecithin, and fatty acids, it makes it a great addition to natural after-sun products to help soothe the skin and reduce the negative effects of sunburn.
Helps with inflammation reduction and skin irritation
The antioxidants and vitamins in avocado oil may help to heal the dry, irritated, and flaky skin associated with eczema and psoriasis. A person with a skin condition may wish to test a patch of skin first, to ensure that the oil does not trigger or aggravate their symptoms.
Excellent moisturization properties that also help in prevention of acne
The outermost layer of skin, known as the epidermis, easily absorbs the nutrients present in Avocado Oil, which also help to form new skin. When left on for short periods of time and rinsed off with warm water, avocado oil can keep skin hydrated without leaving an oily residue. This may reduce the risk of acne
With inputs from Robin Chopra, founder Detoxie.