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Olive Oil on your Skin

(Para la versión en Español, click AQUÍ)

Surely you have heard about all the benefits that olive oil gives to the general health. Its moderate consumption contributes to reduce cardiovascular diseases, besides being a source of antioxidants and contributing to digestion.

Olive oil has been used for centuries for cosmetic purposes. There is a lot of evidence that it was used externally to beautify the skin of the face and the rest of the body, so today we will talk about the many beneficial effects of olive oil for the skin, but in its topical application.

  • Hydration: Perhaps the most significant function of this oil. The fats of olive oil help to retain moisture in the skin, avoiding the dryness of it.

  • Antioxidant: The antioxidant functions of olive oil are also effective when applied topically, directly on the skin of the face or body.

  • Comforting: Apply a little olive oil on the irritated skin, for example by excessive sun exposure, and you will notice how it will help repair and comfort the affected skin.

  • Anti-aging: Its fatty acids, as well as its high content of vitamin E and vitamin K, will help your skin to recover its elasticity and firmness, delaying the effects of aging and giving it a more radiant appearance.

  • Makeup Remover: Use a little olive oil to remove make-up and you will notice that as well as facilitating the process, it will prevent your skin from drying out when you remove makeup.

There are many benefits of this "green gold" that for centuries have been used around the world. At Migo Natural Co. we also take advantage of the benefits of extra-virgin olive oil and use it as an ingredient in all our soaps. So when using our soaps you are taking advantage of the many benefits of olive oil. Meet our 18 varieties on our Website and #SpoilYourBody.


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