3 Best Oils For Anti-ageing

3 Best Oils For Anti-ageing

Oils are the safest and one of the most effective alternatives to the commercially available creams that claim to have anti-ageing effects. Oils have strong antioxidant and moisturizing properties that help in the fight against damage done by the free radicals and increase the moisture level of your skin. Here we tell you about 3 top oils that can help you get a youthful skin.

Argan Oil.

Argan oil is made up of 80 percent fatty acids that help fight free radicals, which can cause oxidative stress and lead to premature skin aging. Argan oil nourishes skin with essential fatty acids like omega 3, 6, and 9, which strengthen the tissues in your skin and help to combat fine lines and wrinkles.

Plus, it contains vitamins A and E that help reduce wrinkles, age spots, fine lines, and sagging skin. In addition, argan oil can keep your skin moisturized, improve its elasticity, and protect it from ultraviolet (UV) rays. The best thing about this oil is that it is absorbed quickly by the skin and without leaving any oily residue, which makes it suitable for all skin types.

How to use it: Apply a few drops of argan oil on cleansed skin and gently massage in circular motions daily before going to bed.

Almond Oil

Rich in omega-3 fatty acids and vitamin A, It is made from pressed raw almonds. Almond oil is full of health benefits, such as vitamin E, zinc, proteins, and potassium. It has a lighter texture than olive oil and shea butter, which many find appealing to use on the face. Research has shown that almond oil can help to diminish some of the visible effects of sun damage—including wrinkles and hyperpigmentation. Katta, a board certified dermatologist, says that sweet almond oil can result in allergic responses, so she recommends avoiding it if you have sensitive skin.

Coconut Oil

"Coconut oil is a natural anti-inflammatory, and full of fatty acids that help improve the skin barrier, " Rachel  Nazarian, MD, a board-certified dermatologist based in New York, "It also melts into the skin easily with a little gentle rubbing, and it can feel cosmetically elegant." Like avocado oil, it boosts your body's own natural production of collagen, which aids in smoothing away fine lines and wrinkles.

Coconut oil is easily absorbed into the skin and is known to have many health benefits, including those from vitamins E and K, as well as its antifungal and antibacterial properties. The one big exception? Along with cocoa butter, coconut oil is likely to cause breakouts. “In general, coconut oil is a great option for almost everybody, except if you have oily skin and you're acne prone, I would not use it on the face,” Katta says. In a study published in the journa Dermatitis, researchers found coconut oil was better than olive oil at moisturizing skin when used in a carrier. Remember to look for cold-pressed, unrefined coconut oil for your face or skin care.

As always, there’s a bonus.

Prickly Pear Seed Oil

It's no secret we love prickly pear seed oil. It's often hailed as the fountain of youth and is far more effective than the cheaper oil obtained from the prickly pear fruit or the dubious cheaper oils which are often macerated. 

Prickly pear seed oil is packed with vitamin E (three times the amount of any other plant oil used in the beauty industry), which is known to fight free radicals, protecting the skin and promoting regenerative growth. It also boasts high levels of skin-brightening vitamin K, and the two work in tandem to brighten dark under-eye circles, smooth out wrinkles, fight hyperpigmentation, and tighten pores. 

Hands get wrinkles too! Lucky for us, prickly pear seed oil is the perfect fast-absorbing oil to use on the backs of your hands. It keeps skin looking plump and soft without the greasy fingerprints from hand lotion. 

To test your oil, place it on a small area of your skin around 24-36 hours before placing the oil on other and larger areas of the skin. In the event that your skin still becomes irritated within the first 24 hours after use, you may be allergic to the oil. On the other hand, the absence of irritation means that the oil of your choice can be applied to your skin 1-2 times per day.

 

All of the oils on this list should lessen the appearance of wrinkles on your skin and provide additional benefits that can improve your appearance and provide you with a more youthful countenance.

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