- Superior quality, pure, unrefined, cold-pressed 100% organic extra virgin olive oil for daily skin and hair moisturization
- Good source of vitamin E and A, antioxidants, and essential fatty acids
- Penetrates deep into the skin
- Provides long-lasting shield of moisture for soft, smooth, supple skin
- Can be used as either a night cream or daily moisturizer
- For normal to combination skin, dry to damaged skin, and mature/aging skin
- Recommended makeup remover
- Doesn't irritate delicate skin around the eye area
- Can help reduce the appearance of wrinkles
- Sourced from Spain and Italy and obtained from the first olive press for the highest nutrient retention
- Dark amber glass bottle extends storage life by protecting this light sensitive oil from oxidation
- Easy to use eye dropper
- Certified organic by CCOF
- Bottled in the USA
- Free of chemicals and preservatives
Ingredients Concern: None discovered
Cons: Do not use if allergic to olive oil or natural vegetagble oil skin care products
Olive Oil is a rich source of monounsaturated fats (about 73%), followed by saturated fat (about 14%), and polyunsaturated fat (11%) [1-4]. Monounsaturated fats in olive oil enhance overall health [1-4].
Olive oil contains vitamins E, K, and an ample amount of antioxidants; it improves the body's utilization of vitamins A, D and K as well [5, 6]. All of these vitamins and nutrients help nourish the skin and hair.
It also has anti-inflammatory properties that can help improve the health of the skin, including the scalp [7, 8].
Olive oil appears to have protective properties against blood sugar problems and it has anti-bacterial properties as well that help support liver function, bile production and removal, and intestinal function [11, 12]; all of which can improve the appearance of the skin.
Olive oil has also demonstrated skin protective and anti-aging properties [13-17].
Skin and hair soothing, moisturizing, and rejuvenation [1, 2]; Improve skin and hair health [1-5]
Olive oil contains a small percentage of polyunsaturated fat (e.g., omega-6 and omega-3 fatty acids) as well as a large percentage of monounsaturated fat called oleic acid, which helps target inflammation, improves heart health and may also have anti-cancer properties [1-4]. The body cannot produce these types of essential acids on its own.
Olive oil contains vitamins and antioxidants that improve the body's ability to ward off illnesses [5, 6]. These nutrients help boost the health of the skin and hair.
Olive oil contains anti-inflammatory components such as oleocanthal, which help improve the appearance of the skin and can also help target an irritated scalp [7, 8]. In addition, oleic acid in olive oil is a fatty acid that reduces the level of inflammatory proteins such as C-reactive protein (CRP) [9, 10].
Olive oil improves the body's regulation of blood sugar levels and it has been shown to target bacteria such as Helicobacter pylori, which is an important factor for skin health [11, 12]. Furthermore, its components such as hydroxytyrosol, tyrosol, oleocanthal, and oleuropein appear to regulate about 100 human genes that are involved in cell signaling, anti-aging processes [13-17].
Key Ingredients: 100% pure organic, cold pressed, unrefined, extra virgin olive oil
All Ingredients: 100% pure organic, cold pressed, unrefined, extra virgin olive oil
Squeeze 3-5 drops, on a daily basis, of olive oil to the palms of your hands and massage into hair, scalp, nails, skin, face or body.
These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
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