Apparently, Mother Nature gifts us with the best ingredients. Flaxseed is one of the gifts. These tiny seeds conceal a great power that I’ve had a chance to try out. I’ve used flaxseed in hair and skin care. Effects? Read my post to see for yourself.
Flaxseed? Why not!
Flaxseed is used in lots of ways. You can eat it, use it for a facial mask or hair conditioner. No wonder flaxseed is getting more popular as the ingredient of beauty products. It is a rich source of fatty acids, phytosterols, folic acid, magnesium, iron, fibre, vitamins E, B1, B6. Everyone can use flaxseed, no matter the age, sex, skin and hair types. It delivers spectacular effects both as the component of cosmetics and the mixture of seeds you can buy at drugstores. Flaxseed oil is known to all girls crazy about hair.
What are flaxseed skin benefits?
You can use flaxseed oil instead of face creams, makeup removers and body oils. The product cleanses, moisturises and protects against the external aggressors. It gifts the skin with radiance, firmness and tightness. Skin pores are purified whereas wrinkles – smoothed. Flaxseed oil has helped me hydrate my skin and successfully replaced a makeup primer.
Flaxseed Oil Hair Benefits
When I’d started using flaxseed oil, I gave up on all masks and conditioners. How did the flaxseed mixture work for my hair and scalp? The scalp is no longer as oily, dandruff almost disappeared. Flaxseed oil tames my unruly strands, increases shine and smoothness. The thing I like most about the oil is reducing frizz and static as well as preventing split ends. How did I use flaxseed oil? I never liked the idea of the DIY flaxseed mixture; washing it off takes ages. That’s why I chose flaxseed oil and apply it once a week before hair washing. After blow-drying, my hairdo looks amazing!
Have you ever used flaxseed oil?