African Baobab Oil Treats Dermatitis & Dry Hair

This exquisite oil is cold pressed from the seeds of Baobab fruit trees, which grow in Senegal, in Africa. The trees can live up to a thousand years.

In order to achieve this long life, it becomes a powerhouse of Vitamins and rare nutrient profiles.

Vitamins A and B firm, tighten and hydrate skin.

Its Vitamin C content is 6 times more than an orange, and this helps with skin elasticity.

Vitamins D, E and F, help to rejuvenate damaged skin cells.

Omegas 3, 6 and 9 Essential Fatty Acids (EFA’s) in Organic Baobab Oil help maintain the youthful tone of skin cell membranes, because they:

*are a highly emollient moisturizer for the skin.

*hold back UV photo-damage from the sun, at cellular level.

*heighten the anti-inflammatory response, within the skin layers.

*reduce skin sensitivity to allergens.

*reduce eczema, psoriasis, and atopic dermatitis, all of which are often caused by a deficiency in EFA’s.

For a complete external and internal spectrum of benefits, you can increase your EFA and Vitamin profile, by using this raw, cold pressed, organic Baobab Oil over your food.

Virgin Baobab Seed Oil is especially rich in Vitamin E, Vitamin A and sterols, which help maintain radiant, supple skin, enhances skin elasticity, and minimizes wrinkles and fine lines. It is especially healing for stretch marks and wound healing

Baobab Oil is traditionally used as a hair conditioner by the African people, as it is deeply moisturizing to extra dry or frizzy hair.

Baobab Oil’s phytosterols, like campesterol, cholesterol, avenasterol and stigmasterol, help lower cholesterol when consumed daily. Pour it, unheated over your meals, daily.

Unrefined Baobab Oil has a rich, silky feel, and is very different as far as massage oils go, allowing a vastly superior slip and flow. It has a mild nutty aroma.

Wherever skin is very dry, chapped, or red, Baobab Oil replenishes hydration, and is soothing to inflamed skin.

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