So, what are the benefits of olive oil on face? Simply put, it seems a panacea that is beneficial to almost all of your skin problems, such as lines and wrinkles, acne, sun damage, dry skin, just to name a few. Thanks to the extraordinary beauty effect and anti-aging properties, it was once known as “the edible cosmetic” and “the oil of beauty” among beauticians and nutritionists. Besides of boosting general beauty, it can still moisturize skin, enhance exfoliation, remove makeup, and so on. Continue reading What Does Olive Oil Do For Your Face?
You’ve probably heard that olive oil is good for baby hair growth. In fact, its benefits for infant’s hair are more than that. If you apply it weekly to your baby’s hair, it is able to make it stronger and, more importantly, help get rid of cradle cap, medically known as infantile seborrheic dermatitis. In addition, it is good at softening and taming curls. No wonder many hair care products contain this ingredient. But it should be applied with caution since a baby’s skin is very delicate. So, please do it very gently when necessary. Continue reading Olive Oil for Baby Hair Care
Extra virgin olive oil contains essential nutrients, among which fatty acids and a variety of natural fat-soluble vitamins can provide a lot of beauty benefits. Since it is fragrance-free and chemical-free, it can be directly applied on your skin. No wonder in the past people used it as a kind of natural medicine and beauty product. Of course, today it is also considered a natural, safe, and reliable beauty oil. The difference between the present and the past is that now modern studies provide more evidence for this view. And here are the top 8 surprising beauty benefits of olive oil. Continue reading Beauty Benefits of Olive Oil
Olive oil has been used for different purposes for thousands of years. In addition to the most common benefits like cooking and skin care, others also include some specific purposes like hair growth. However, there’s an argument to be made that in fact it doesn’t promote hair regrowth although it is good for it. Still, it also indirectly produces benefits since it can affect some related tissues. Continue reading Benefits of Olive Oil for Hair Growth
Olive oil has long been considered beneficial for heart health. Researchers ever surveyed nearly 41,000 Spanish adult men and women who were between 29 and 69 and found that people who consumed the least amount of a fat from the olive are at the highest risk of dying from heart disease. And typically consuming merely 2 tablespoons of it a day can reduce the risk of heart attack or stroke by 50 per cent and 1 tablespoon by about 28 per cent. Continue reading Benefits of Olive Oil for Heart Patients