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Meadowfoam Seed Oil

Meadowfoam Seed Oil

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Meadowfoam seed oil is extracted through the cold-pressing of the seeds of Limnanthes alba plant, which produces am antioxidant rich oil with amazing skin softening and moisturising properties. The oil has a waxy texture, which is very similar to jojoba oil, and it is used commercially in many balms, lotions and creams. It is also very stable oil, so it can be used as a carrier oil that will lengthen the life of less stable oils. The plant that the oil is extracted form is an eco-friendly crop too, so that's just one more reason to take a look at these ten fabulous benefits of meadowfoam seed oil.

Uses and benefits:

1. Skin Care

The main property of meadowfoam seed oil is its ability to nourish and moisturize skin from the inside-out.

2. Hair Care

Your hair can benefit from meadowfoam oil as well and the cosmetic industry agrees. It's a commonly included ingredient in plenty of shampoos and conditioners due to its benefits. Either purchase one of said conditioners or resort to the homemade approach by applying some oil to your scalp. This will lock moisture in and keep your hair looking shiny and healthy for a considerable amount of time.

3. Anti-Aging

Meadowfoam seed oil contains Vitamin E and tocopherol, compounds which actively keep your skin hydrated and properly moisturized. Since the oil acts at very profound levels, the nutrients sink in deeply and help keep your skin youthful for a longer period of time.

4. Stretch Mark Fader

This is when meadowfoam's properties as a carrier oil come in play. Thanks to its nourishing and moisturizer abilities, it can enhance the fading process of stretch marks. Use it as carrier for essential oils such as lavender, frankincense, or patchouli, and say goodbye to unsightly stretch marks.

5. Massage

A little drop of meadowfoam seed oil goes a long way when you use it as a massage oil. Just a drop or two of Meadowfoam seed oil is all you need to massage a large area of skin and it won't leave an oily residue either.

6. Eyelash grower

Making your eyelashes fuller is a daunting task, but the nourishing properties of meadowfoam seed oil can enhance their growth and make them thicker.

7. Soap/lotion base

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