Olive Oil, organic Cucumber, and avocado. The three best combinations of anti-aging ingredients all in one.
The benefits of using avocado oil on your skin moisturize and heals your skin. The fatty acids, beta carotene, lecithin, and proteins, avocado oil, increase collagen metabolism, improving healing and fighting the signs of aging.
Avocado oil contains a high percentage of Vitamin E and potassium, lecithin, and many other nutrients that can nourish and moisturize your skin.
The oleic acid also promotes collagen production, which helps grow new skin. It also helps accelerate the healing process, helping with sunburn issues.
Helps with eczema and psoriasis
Dry, itchy skin is a common symptom of eczema and psoriasis, but the vitamins and antioxidants in avocado oil can help. It is essential to test a small patch of skin first to make sure there are no unexpected reactions.
Possibly Treat Acne
The anti-inflammatory effects of avocado oil may treat and possibly even prevent acne. When left on for short periods and then washed off with warm water, the oil keeps the skin hydrated without leaving an oily residue.
Reduces wrinkles and signs of aging
Our skin is usually the first noticeable part of our bodies to age, so putting off the signs of aging for as long as possible is everyone’s priority! Fortunately, the fatty acids in avocado oil help the skin retain its elasticity, which slows the formation of wrinkles.
Cucumbers contain vitamin C and caffeic acid, two antioxidants. When combined with cucumber, which has cleansing properties, it is the perfect hydrating, soothing blend for your skin. Cucumbers contain nutrients like water, potassium, sulfate, and vitamins A and C that soothe skin conditions like sunburns reduces swelling and puffiness. Studies have shown that cucumbers can reduce swelling and puffiness of the skin. Cucumbers also aid acne-prone skin, soothes irritation provides a base for hydration.
Cucumber, Avocado and Olive Oil Soap Bar
To keep the freshness and quality of the soap , I use the handmade homemade process.