Almond oil is extracted from the almonds that have not yet ripened. It is rich in Vitamin E, Potassium, Monounsaturated fatty acids, Zinc and a lot of other micronutrients. There are basically two types of oils – Bitter and sweet. Despite its benefits, bitter almond oil is not suited for ingestion but can be safely used for topical applications. The sweet almond oil is flavorsome and beneficial topically as well as when ingested. It also has culinary benefits and can be added directly to food items.
Use a small amount to massage a baby’s skin to build better bones and improve blood circulation
Use a few drops of almond oil and rub tem on your palms. Then gently rub the oil on your face and leave it overnight to get immense skin benefits like reduction of dark circles, reducing wrinkles, baggy and saggy skin, ageing of skin and other such issues
Add a few drops of almond oil to your hair and skin routines
Massage the oil on to scalp for providing nourishment to hair and the roots.
Dab some oil onto a cotton swab and use it as a makeup remover
Cook food in almond oil and gain immense health benefits
add a few tea-spoons for a charismatic flavor
Delays signs of ageing
Reduces blemishes and dark circles
Makes hair long and healthy
Treats dandruff and scalp inflammations
Prevents heart ailments
Enhances blood circulation and is beneficial for baby massage
Diffusion: Use three to four drops in the diffuser of your choice. Internal use: Not Recommended. Topical use: Apply 5 to 10 drops to desired area