Is almond oil good in Under Eye Cream for Dark Circles
“ Natural beauty products are a must! I use coconut oil-based RMS makeup, and I slather almond oil on my hands to soak while I watch a movie. “– Quote by Phoebe Tonkin, the Australian actress, and model.
Like actress Phoebe, there is a growing acceptance in turning back to nature and its wholesome goodness for our health and beauty. There has been a perceptible change in the past few decades and growing awareness about returning to our roots & Mother Nature for our ills. In this blog, we will talk about almond oil and its usefulness as an ingredient in Under Eye Cream for Dark Circles.
Almonds and its oil contain retinol, vitamin E, and vitamin K, which are great for the body and especially for the delicate area around the eyes. These properties assist in the contraction of the blood vessels in that area which causes the appearance of dark circles. Plus they also have anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties.
Eating 5-6 almonds a day (soaked overnight in water) as well as using almond oil for massages is good for the brain and the skin. You can mix almond oil with other stuff like honey to make good moisturizers as well. Just a cautionary warning, do a patch test on your skin when applying anything new to see if you have any adverse/allergic reactions to it. If your skin reacts, then stop using it totally. This goes for any product to be applied topically on any part of your body.
So we can safely say that pure almond oil in itself as a home remedy or as an ingredient in Under Eye Cream for Dark Circles is good.
Eyecojic under eye cream for dark circles, puffy eye bags, and fine lines are composed of naturally derived ingredients – Kojic Acid and Vitamin E. Use it liberally daily to see the youthful sparkle back in your eyes, as you receive compliments galore and radiate the charm for all to see.