The unique composition of walnut fruits has provided peanut oil with application in cosmetology, as well as in folk medicine and massage. This product retains all the beneficial properties of its fruits, since it is obtained by a very gentle method of cold pressing. By its characteristics, peanut squeeze is very similar to olive oil, therefore vitamins and trace elements presented in a rich variety of products help to improve the condition of the face, hair, nails. How to use peanut butter in cosmetology, read further in the article.
The use of peanut oil in cosmetology
Unrefined peanut oil has a beneficial effect on the skin, hair, nails:
- Softens, moisturizes and nourishes the skin. Perfectly absorbs without leaving a feeling of oily skin.
- With regular use (externally) gives the skin elasticity and resilience, because it contains substances that stimulate collagen production.
- With regular use, protects the skin from premature aging associated with hormonal disorders.
- Helps strengthen the protective functions of the outer layer of skin (epidermis).
- Unrefined peanut oil can be successfully used in home cosmetology:
- As a massage oil.
- As an ingredient in the manufacture of hygiene products (shampoo or soap).
- As the main component of care products for dry, fading and sensitive skin, flaky skin (creams, cosmetic creams, balms).
- An excellent tool for baby skin care.
- As a component of masks for damaged and colored hair.
- As an ingredient in masks for dry, aging, problem skin and skin with acne.
- For aromatic baths (in combination with essential oils).
Why is peanut butter useful in cosmetology?
Due to the presence of fatty acids, peanut oil not only prevents skin aging, but also helps to heal and restore already damaged areas of the face and body.
Skin rejuvenation with peanut butter is due to the fact that this product perfectly removes the first wrinkled folds and makes the complexion natural and even.
Most often, peanut oil is recommended for owners of dry skin suffering from a lack of moisture. It is also useful for women of age, whose skin is already considered to be aging. Adding pomace to cosmetics such as creams, lotions and masks provides nourishment, softening and hydration to the face.
Unrefined peanut butter is used more at home. For cosmetic purposes, it is more suitable as a basis for massage, an additive to shampoo or balm. It can be used in aromatherapy, dripping into relaxing baths. However, even unpeeled squeeze from nuts helps problem and aging skin, and also improves the condition of hair after dyeing.
Can peanut butter be used on hair?
Even those young ladies whose hairstyles are not satisfactory should not be afraid to use walnut oil for hair beauty. Peanut extract gently cares for different types of hair and helps them restore their structure from roots to ends. Also, this product improves the condition of the scalp, normalizes the activity of the sebaceous glands. Regular use of the product guarantees getting rid of itching, dandruff, greasy and dirt on the curls. Peanut butter quickly heals minor wounds and scars, relieves inflammation and protects strands from further exposure to chemicals during hairdressing.
Take equal parts of the esters and rub the mixture into your scalp. Then, mask the entire length of your hair. Keep the mask on your head for 30 minutes and then wash off with shampoo. This method can accelerate the growth of the strands and improve their appearance. If compound masks are not to your taste, apply the oil in its pure form, heating it before that in a water bath.
Limitations and contraindications
Peanut butter in cosmetology also has a number of contraindications. Firstly, its application to the skin can cause severe allergies in people with nut intolerance. Secondly, asthma attacks in patients with bronchial problems are not excluded.