Dry Skin & Olive Oil

Teresa Bacon gives us a good tip for dry skin using olive oil. Take note on the olive oil's she uses and it looks like you can use it all over the body.

Dry Skin & Olive Oil

Dry Skin & Olive Oil
By Teresa Bacon

Do you have dry , stressed skin ? Most people don’t have normal skin. If you suffer you can benefit from Olive Oil.

There are 2 kinds of olive oil I use regularly. Extra Virgin Olive oil and Spanish Olive oil.

Olive oil is safe to use on all parts of your body including your face. Use lightly around the eyes, T -Zone on your forehead or any other dry patches. You can apply your makeup over it . Use it on your lips to heal dry, chapped lips . You'll be happy with the difference you'll notice in just a few uses.

You can use olive oil after your bath, or in your bath water. Please note if used it in your bath water, the tub will be slippery. If you want to use it after a bath or shower, apply it before you dry off as it will hold in the moisture better.

Olive oil has been used for thousands of years The Greeks used oil to clean their bodies and does not typically clog pores and Few people seem to be allergic to it .

Olive oil on the body may help prevent dry skin conditions such as eczema and is a mild antibacterial agent.

Olive oil has phenol and Vitamin E, which are antioxidants. This means that it is good for helping to prevent cancer.

Give you skin a fresh , new glow with Olive oil.

Teresa Bacon Owner of We Make Perfect Scents Bath & Body Comapny.

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Also for dry skin I have used olive oil in making my homemade skin care recipes. Body butters and lip bulms. I use grape seed oil for the bath. She is right, it will make the tub real slick.

Dry Skin & Olive Oil