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Olive Oil Benefits for Your Face
Olive Oil for Face Uses & Benefits | Olive Oil Skincare Tips
Some of us took to a multi-step, daily routine to get our glimmer on, while others opted to keep it simple, looking for their skincare products right at home. You might be surprised to hear that one of the best places to look for your next favorite moisturizer might be your kitchen. Mayo, eggs, sugar, and avocado are just some of the key ingredients in homemade skincare. But have you also considered adding olive oil for skin benefits? We asked experts for their take on the matter. Trying to treat dryness in sensitive skin with olive oil is a flat-out no-go, according to Zhao.
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Beauty and Olive Oil
Here at Byrdie, we can talk skin all day. If you're as immersed in the beauty world as we are, you know how exciting it is uncovering a new skincare wonder, and the latest ingredient we've been eyeing could already be sitting in your kitchen pantry. Olive oil may be a cooking staple and essential ingredient for our health, but research shows that olive oil may prevent signs of premature aging and sun damage. Aesthetic plastic surgeon Paul Lorenc agrees: "Olive oil contains antioxidants that fight free-radical damage, as well as an ingredient called squalene, which is extremely hydrating.
Olive oil, which is made by pressing olives and extracting their oil, comes in many different forms and has many uses. Most of us have a bottle of olive oil sitting in our cupboards — perfect for use in a salad dressing or stir-fry. But people are increasingly looking toward olive oil for its benefits as a facial moisturizer. In fact, one study found that when researchers applied olive oil to the skin of mice that were exposed to ultraviolet rays that could cause cancer, the olive oil actually worked to fight off the cancer-causing cells. The rates of tumors were significantly lower in the mice that had olive oil applied to their skin.