Avocado Oil Can Alleviate Inflammation and Itchiness – 2 of 10
Sensitive skin? Much like coconut oil, a little avocado oil in your life can work wonders! And it’s all thanks to the high concentration of anti-inflammatory oleic acid that can be used as a topical treatment for a myriad of skin conditions. From insect bites, sunburn, eczema, psoriasis, dandruff, cracked heels and more, its anti-inflammatory uses are endless. As a luxuriously thick oil, it is ideal for slathering onto the skin to relive persistent irritation.
Avocado oil is a fantastic catalyst for accelerating cell growth. This means that it basically kicks ass when it comes to accelerating the wound healing process. From cuts, scrapes, burns, blisters, rashes, sunburn, bug bites, stings and other wounds, simply dab a few drops of avo oil onto the affected site and watch the fruit work its magic. As well as stitching itself up quick smart the oil treatment will also minimise the chances of scarring.
According to Advance Tissue, a company devoted to healing wounds, avocado oil helps heal wounds by:
- Helping the blood clot via vitamin K
- Helping to form and transfer cells via the potassium found in avocados
Plus, the collagen found in avocados helps the skin form protective scars until it properly heals.
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