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Application of cedar nut oil in xerosis

Application of cedar nut oil in xerosis

Every one of us has faced the problem of dry skin at least once in our lives. Xerosis is a condition in which the skin loses its natural moisture and becomes dry, flaky, sometimes even cracked. This can cause discomfort and even pain[1].

Xerosis can be caused by a variety of factors including environmental exposure (cold wind, dry heating air), improper skin care, vitamin and nutrient deficiencies, hormonal changes, and allergic reactions. A comprehensive approach is needed to combat dry skin. It is important to properly care for the skin, using moisturizing and nourishing products. One of such means is cedar nut oil.

Cedar nut oil copes with the problem of dry skin, helping to moisturize, nourish and soften the skin when applied externally due to vitamin A and fatty acids in the composition, and due to anti-inflammatory properties, cedar nut oil soothes and calms irritated skin when taken internally.

External use of cedar nut oil

Cedar nut oil is excellent for external use. Due to its rich composition of fatty acids and vitamin A, it effectively combats dry and flaky skin. Vitamin A, or retinol, is an important component for skin health. It is involved in the processes of skin cell growth and renewal, as well as improving skin elasticity and firmness[2].

Fatty acids help to restore the skin's natural barrier. They also help protect the skin from negative environmental factors such as UV rays and pollution[3].

You can use cedar nut oil as a standalone product, applying it to problem areas of the skin, or you can mix it with your skin care creams for more moisturization.

With regular use, the skin becomes more moisturized, softer, and smoother. In addition, cedar nut oil helps to heal minor wounds, improves the complexion, and gives the skin a healthy appearance.

Internal use of cedar nut oil

Not many people know that cedar nut oil can be taken internally to improve skin conditions. The anti-inflammatory properties of cedar nut oil help to soothe and calm irritated, dry skin, reducing itching and redness. Due to its vitamin and antioxidant content, cedar nut oil helps to improve the overall health of the skin from the inside out, making it firmer, healthier, and more radiant.

One way to use cedar nut oil to improve your skin is to add a few drops of this oil to your food. You can flavor a salad or other dish with cedar nut oil. You can also consume cedar nut oil by diluting it in a tablespoon of honey or dissolving it in a glass of water.

Try adding cedar nut oil to your diet and appreciate its beneficial effects on your skin!


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[1]Molecular characterization of xerosis cutis: A systematic review. Ruhul Amin, Anna Lechner, Annika Vogt, Ulrike Blume-Peytavi, Jan Kottner

[2]Vitamin A Update: Forms, Sources, Kinetics, Detection, Function, Deficiency, Therapeutic Use and Toxicity. Alejandro Carazo, Kateřina Macáková, Kateřina Matoušová, Lenka Kujovská Krčmová, Michele Protti, Přemysl Mladěnka

[3]Omega-3 Versus Omega-6 Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids in the Prevention and Treatment of Inflammatory Skin Diseases. Anamaria Balić, Domagoj Vlašić, Kristina Žužul, Branka Marinović, Zrinka Bukvić Mokos

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