It is especially effective for repair of the skin around the eyes, and in the repair of stretch marks. This light oil can also be used instead of shaving cream for face and legs, and is much less irritating and more nourishing than soap-based shaving creams.
Properties of Grapeseed Oil:
Grape seed oil is rich in vitamin E, C, D and Beta-carotene. It is also rich in linoleic acid, oleic acid, palmitic acid. These qualities make it especially valuable for antiaging skin care, but this is a light oil, suitable for all skin types, including oily.
Special uses of Grapeseed Oil:
Grapeseed Oil Recipes
Grapeseed Moisturizing Cream
Use the Basic Natural Moisturizer Recipe, substituting Grapeseed Oil for the other oils.
Lavendar essential oil would be a good choice for acne OR antiaging.
Grapeseed Oil Cleansing
Grapeseed Oil, fast absorbing and beneficial for capillaries and collagen replenishment, is another great oil to use for cleansing.
Chocolate Body Scrub
Lots of benefits in this scrub, plus it's lickable if you want to share!
Grapeseed Bath Oil
A regular grapeseed oil bath will diminish crepe-like skin, softening, nourishing, and opening the pores, allowing the oils to absorb right into the skin.
Olive Oil is works well with the grapeseed in the bath to ensure moisturized, nourished skin.
Grapeseed Massage Oil
Warm up the oil by rubbing with your palms before doing any massage.
Undereye Wrinkle Serum
Mix all ingredients and store in a colored bottle with a dropper. One drop per eye, applied nightly will help with those undereye wrinkles!
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