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Flaxseed Oil | Hair and Skin
If you’re vegetarian, there’s a good chance you’re not consuming enough omega-3 fatty acids in your diet. For those eschewing fatty fish and fish oil, flaxseed oil makes for a terrific alternative. It improves digestion, reduces inflammation and even lessens the risk of heart diseases and cancer. If these weren’t reasons enough, flaxseed oil can also be used topically to improve skin elasticity and hair growth. Doctors recommend that patients take omega-3 supplements as it aids in maintaining the ageing process of the body. Flaxseed os the only way alternative for sourcing omega-3 particularly for vegetarians.
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Flaxseed oil contains 60 per cent omega-3 fatty acids (alpha-linolenic acids). Its anti-inflammatory action prevents natural aches and pains in the joints and muscles. It is effective on more serious conditions like arthritis and gout. It also supports brain function and eye health. Flaxseed oil also helps reduce blood pressure, increasing the elasticity of the arteries and lowering bad cholesterol too. It also builds muscle mass, which in turn burns more calories than fat—resulting in weight loss.
The essential fatty acids in flaxseed oil work inside out to keep your skin moisturised and hydrated. Due to the improved levels of moisture in the skin, it reduces the appearance of wrinkles and other ageing signs. It can help prevent skin irritation, redness, allergies and tissue inflammation. Conditions such as acne can be controlled too since flaxseeds inhibit the production of sebum, an oily substance produced by the skin glands.
Flaxseed oil is great on hair breakage and damage. The Vitamin E in flaxseed oil helps to treat hair loss and stimulate new hair growth. Lignans act as strong antioxidants which can help in the regrowth of healthier and stronger hair. With warm flaxseed oil massage is key to stronger, glossier hair.
|Dimensions||4 × 4 × 10 cm|