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9 Hair and Skin Uses of Camelina Oil You Should Know

Camelina Oil comes from the seeds of Camelina Sativa (false flax). It has the same properties and appearance of the flaxseed oil. But the former Oil has a prolonged shelf life to the latter oil. Camelina Oil was first used hundreds of years ago as lamp oil, medicinal use, and for cooking.

Camelina Oil is loaded with a lot of skin and hair benefitting ingredients like Vitamin E, Omega-3, omega-6, and omega-9 fatty acid, Stearic acid, oleic acid, gamma linoleic acid, Palmitoleic acid, and antioxidants. It is also loaded with anti-arthritic and immune boosters.

Camelina Oil has a golden color (similar to olive oil color), but it has the taste of Almond oil. It has an herbaceous aroma with some nutty tones.

Camelina Oil Skin Benefits

  • The pleasant aroma of Camelina Oil makes it great Oil For massage
  • Camelina Oil contains antioxidants that slow down the effect of free radicals responsible for causing the skin to deteriorate and to age on time
  • Camelina Oil makes the skin smooth and supple
  • Camelina Oil will reduce the signs of aging like free radicals, wrinkles, and crow’s feet
  • Camelina Oil is a great moisturizer, helping the skin to retain the needed moisture

Camelina Oil Hair Uses

  • Camelina Oil can make a great addition to your hot oil treatment
  • Camelina Oil is good for massaging the scalp to eliminate flakiness, dandruff, and dry skin
  • Looking for a great hair moisturizing oil? Camelina Oil will seal the needed moisture to your hair and also make your hair soft
  • Camelina Oil protects the hair shaft from free radical damage

Camelina Oil Side Effects

  • There is little or no side effect of the Camelina Oil. However, if you notice any, Please desist from using the oil

 

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