Benefits of Olive Fruit Oil for Dry Skin


Benefits of Olive Fruit Oil for Dry Skin #skincare #bodycare #beauty

Being part Italian, olive oil was always a staple growing up in my childhood home. As a child, I never knew the health benefits my parents and grandparents were passing on to me, all I knew is that it added delicious flavor to my food. Once I began to work in beauty, I was mesmerized by all of its benefits to skin, as well.

Olive fruit oil is high in Vitamin E, which we all know is fantastic for its anti-aging properties. It’s high in oleic acid and is a good skin cell regenerator. It works to attract external moisture to the skin, while still permitting the skin to properly release sweat, shed dead skin and release sebum.

Olive fruit oil is rich in antioxidants like Vitamin E, but also includes vitamin A, polyphenols, phytosterols and avenasterol. Antioxidants work to neutralize free radicals and combat environmental pollutants and aggressors that we all deal with daily. These antioxidants have the natural ability to stimulate cells and return skin to a firmer, smoother, and healthier state.

In order to craft the best lotion for dry skin, olive fruit oil is one of the main ingredients in A Girl’s Gotta Spa! ® Energizing Citrus Body Lotion. Aside from water, olive fruit oil is the very top ingredient! This natural moisturizer will keep your skin hydrated and nourished. I’ve long been using soaps, lotions and body washes with olive fruit oil and have seen for myself the profound affect it can have to keep skin healthy.

Whether you use skin or body care products with olive fruit oil, rest assured, you will kiss dry, itchy skin goodbye!

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Posted on by Shannon Smyth in anti-aging, bath and body, beauty 2 Comments

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Shannon Smyth

Shannon began A Girl's Gotta Spa! beauty blog in 2005 to morph her love of beauty and in educating women on what truly works and what does not. She has been featured in Glamour, VOGUE Australia, Woman's World, Nail Pro, SHAPE and on WBRE's PA Live. She is a go-to source for social media consulting when it comes to beauty brands.

2 Responses to Benefits of Olive Fruit Oil for Dry Skin

  1. andabri
    I don’t mean to sounds like a complete dunce but is olive fruit oil different from things labeled just “olive oil”?
  2. Shannon Smyth
    You’re not a dunce, Andabri! They are one in the same, just chose to use what I have in the ingredients label for my products vs. just saying olive oil.

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