Enhance a Moisturizer or use alone as your final layer of moisture. To get more out of your moisturizer, mix grape seed oil in with the cream. This will help your skin hold in moisture.
What makes it good: A good source of essential fatty acids, vitamin E and antioxidant compounds. It’s great for the heart, benefits those with diabetes, provides relief for those with arthritis and help to lessen damage from free radicals.
How to use it: Grapeseed oil dresses up salads and raw veggies deliciously. It can also be added to dips, sauces and salsas, and is decadent when mixed with garlic and basil, then drizzled on toasted bread.
It also benefits your skin!
Treat Acne: Grapeseed oil contains antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties, both of which are great for stopping acne. The oil also contains linoleic acid, which is great for promoting skin health.
Grapeseed oil has astringent qualities that help tighten skin and close up the pores, thus helping you avoid clogging that leads to pimples. Oily skin can especially benefit from this.
Relieve Dark Circles under Eyes:
Dark circles are a problem for many adults, and sometimes children have the issue as well. Most products that claim to help actually have harsh chemicals. Grapeseed oil, applied daily for a few weeks, can relieve the dark circles naturally.
This very light oil can be used by those with even sensitive skin, and works as an excellent moisturizer that won’t clog pores. The oil can also help hasten healing of problems, such as minor abrasions or pimples.
Fine lines and wrinkles can be alleviated with a daily dose of grapeseed oil on the skin. The elasticity of the skin can be improved, thus making the lines of an aging face less pronounced.
How to Use Grape Seed Oil for Skin:
Use of grapeseed oil is very simple, and usually only a few drops are needed to achieve results.
Massage on the Skin: Apply a small amount to your hands and massage it into the skin – no need to use a cotton ball or any other method of application. Massage the oil into your skin, paying close attention to areas with scars or blemishes, or rough areas. When massaged on the skin, it can not only moisturize but also help new scars to heal.
Dab the Under-Eye Circles:
Simply apply a few drops of the oil to the area underneath your eyes with your fingertip. Massage it in very gently; you would begin to see results after a week. Grapeseed oil can also be used to treat wrinkles and fine lines.