Girls, I know you all want a bit of a glow. You know that ‘I just got back from a week in the sun/good work out/session between the sheets’ look? Let’s face it; glowing skin is good skin.
Unfortunately, we’re in for some cold months ahead, and unless you’re lucky enough to be jetting off to an island, it is likely you’ll be blasting the heater and drying out your poor skin. But that’s ok, I’m here and packed with goodness to give you the soft, supple skin you’re after.
If you fancy yourself a bit of a chef, you probably know all about the benefits of using almond oil for cooking, but did you know it’s as good for your outsides as it is for your insides? Here’s why:
1. It’s vitamin rich
Almond oil is a great source of vitamin A, E and D, all of which work wonders in moisturizing the skin, bringing it back to its plump, youthful state. You’ll instantly feel the difference and won’t be able to keep your hands off yourself.
2. It contains linoleic and oleic acids
They sound scary but, trust me, these are acids of the good variety. It’s these babies that help promote skin healing, and are the main reason why almond oil is used in many eczema treatments. Scabs, scars and stretch marks, be gone.
3. Anti-ageing properties
Almond oil won’t make you look 20 years younger, but its anti-ageing properties will help to reduce the telltale signs of a good time ageing, like pigmentation and dullness.
Don’t settle for dry, dull winter skin. Feel the frank effect, instead.