- he common form of vitamin E, has been used to treat many skin ailments, for centuries. It is found in many anti-aging products, and is a strong antioxidant that helps the skin to fight free radicals that damage the skin and cause fine lines and wrinkles. So how is palm oil more potent than that? Toctrienols. Hard to find, but palm oil has them. Unlike vitamin E, palm oil not only fights, it prevents skin damage from the door. Toctrienols can gift your skin with healing and protection, by deeply penetrating the skin's layers and working from the bottom up.
- When saponified in soap, palm oil effectively removes dirt and oil, and it restores the natural oils to the skin. Cleansing agents with palm oil provide deep moisturizing properties, leaving skin soft and supple.
Friday, August 3, 2012
The 1,2 Punch With Palm Oil :: What's In It? Series
According to the American Palm Oil Council, palm oil has been consumed for over 5000 years. Its health benefits are numerous, and additional benefits continue to be discovered. It is now a leading crop, and according to Dr. Betty Kamen, PhD, palm oil is the second most common vegetable oil produced worldwide. Some benefits are particular to the hair and skin, however. Sadie Bell- Livestrong.com
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