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8 Hair and Skin Uses of Lecithin You Should Know

Lecithin is a natural ingredient produced from the oil of the soybean or chestnut-brown. It is a rich source of Chlorine and Vitamin B3 that further enhances your skin and hair.

It has a honey-like consistency and it can be used in creams and lotions in a concentration of 0.5 to 5%. Although there are liquid Lecithin, it is recommended to buy the soy-based Lecithin.

Lecithin Skin Uses

  • Lecithin works as an antioxidant, combating the free radicals that are responsible for quick aging.
  • Lecithin can also combat some skin problems like dry skin, acne, psoriasis, and others
  • Lecithin will make your face look beautiful and younger by stimulating the production of collagen in your skin
  • Lecithin will make your skin to look younger and brighter

Lecithin Hair Uses

  • Lecithin will make your hair straightening procedure easier and effortless
  • Lecithin with other natural oils like coconut, olive, argan, and Castor oil can reverse damaged hair
  • Lecithin is able to promote hair growth
  • Lecithin will cure your brittle and dry hair problem

Lecithin Side Effects

  • If you’re allergic to egg or soy, you may want to carry out a patch test before using a Lecithin-based product on your skin and hair
  • The Chlorine content in Lecithin is minute and cannot cause any damage to your health

 

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