Kiwi Seed Oil Skin Benefits

 
Kiwi Seed Oil
Kiwi Seed Oil
Kiwi Seed Oil

 
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Smell, Texture, Absorption Speed: It is a very lightweight oil that gets absorbed by the skin quickly with no residue. The smell is light and (unfortunately!) not similar at all to the smell of kiwis.
 
Application Method: Tap a few drops on clean, damp face as a final touch to your facial routine. Store in the fridge.
 
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Positives


Contains among the highest levels of Omega-3 acid, is rich in vitamins C, A and E and minerals, and possesses excellent healing, skin balancing and elasticity restoring qualities.

Negatives


It is a very light oil that nourishes the skin from within and rebuilds its elasticity over time. However, if you have very dry skin, it is better to mix it with fatter oils in order to achieve an immediate moisturizing effect. In addition, try to get kiwi seed oil with added vitamin E, as without it kiwi seed oil has a relatively short shelf life.


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Posted July 17, 2013 by

 
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Composition:

  • Omega-3 acid: over 60%
  • Omega-6 acid: over 10%
  • Omega-9 acid: over 10%
  • Rich in vitamins C, A and E, phytonutrients and potassium and magnesium

The composition of this oil makes it an excellent addition to the facial oil mixes for all skin types. It is almost unbelievable how one oil can help to treat both acne and dry skin at the same time, while also being very powerful in restoring skin’s elasticity and replenishing its vitamin and mineral contents. To top it off, kiwi seed oil is usually suitable for even the most sensitive of the skins and it works incredible well in healing eczema, psoriasis or sun-damaged skin.

Best uses:

  • High essential fatty acid content of this oil makes it an excellent oil to treat acne and get rid of blackheads as the oils thin composition has the ability to thin out the oils of our facial skin and reduce the likelihood of breakouts;
  • Essential fatty acids as well as vitamins also make it an excellent addition to mature and dry skin care. Replenishing the skin with these nutrients restores elasticity and helps to restore health in skin cell membranes.
  • Omega-3 acid possesses great anti-inflammatory qualities that, together with other nourishing particles contained in this oil, make it a wonderful healer for skin disorders such as eczema and psoriasis and sun-damaged skin. It also helps to reduce skin redness.

If you cannot get hold of this oil, Chia seed oil is among the closest to it in composition. For more information, see our article on how to choose and use facial oils.


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