These are the amazing skin and hair benefits of carrot oil

In the case of carrots, traditional Chinese medicine has been using carrot oil to treat the skin for many years, so this is not a new invention.

In this article we will tell you the properties and benefits of carrot oil, as well as the process to make it at home and how you should use it.

The amazing skin and hair benefits of carrot oil

Carrot oil has beneficial properties perfect for caring for the face, neck, eyes, body and hair. Among them are the following:

Keeps skin supple and moisturized. Being rich in vitamins, it is perfect to eliminate wrinkles and take care of dry skin. In addition, it reduces the sebum of oily skins, so it is very beneficial for people with acne.

It repairs hair. Carrot oil helps to eliminate the havoc caused by heat, salt, wind or cold on the hair, giving it back its shine and volume.

The amazing skin and hair benefits of carrot oil

It serves as a natural tanning agent. If you don't have a very light skin, you can use it to capture more sun rays and get the brown color you are looking for. But always be careful and avoid strong radiation.

Some studies also certify that carrot oil relieves menstrual pain, treats kidney stones, reduces the chances of cancer and stimulates the production of breast milk after delivery.

How do you make carrot oil at home?

Making carrot oil at home is very simple. A couple of carrots should be cooked over a very low heat in a glass of olive oil without browning. When the liquid gets a yellow or orange color, remove it and strain it carefully so that no bits of carrot remain. Then, store it in the refrigerator.

The amazing skin and hair benefits of carrot oil

How do you use carrot oil?

Carrot oil can be used directly on the skin or hair, although you can also mix it with other oils, such as jojoba, coconut or olive oil. By massaging the oil into the skin, the properties will penetrate the cells better. You can also take the carrot oil orally, although it is advisable to dilute it with water.

Alejandro Peña

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