Vegetables & Essential Oils
The term "vegetable oil" can refer to vegetable oils that are liquid at room temperature, or broadly defined without taking into account the state of the substance of the substance at a given temperature.For this reason, vegetable oils that are solid At room temperature they are sometimes called vegetable fats. Although many parts of the plant c...
The term "vegetable oil" can refer to vegetable oils that are liquid at room temperature, or broadly defined without taking into account the state of the substance of the substance at a given temperature.For this reason, vegetable oils that are solid At room temperature they are sometimes called vegetable fats. Although many parts of the plant can produce oil, in commercial practice, vegetable oils are extracted from oilseeds and seeds. They are rich in vitamins, minerals and polyunsaturated fatty acids that suppose an extraordinary contribution of nutrients in the skin. Vegetable oils have been used throughout the history of humanity, not only for their nutritional contribution in the diet but also for their properties to keep the skin in good condition and prevent premature aging thanks to its exceptional qualities to hydrate , nourish and regenerate the skin. The advantages of using vegetable oils as hydration and nutrition products are many, and it does not take much time to observe evident results. It treats of substances rich in essential nutrients for the skin and the cellular regeneration. Vegetable oils are an extraordinary alternative to chemical substances and provide the skin with the necessary nutrients to keep it in a vital and healthy state. The Essential Oils are as old as the first civilizations: it is believed that the Egyptians already used essential oils for cosmetic, medicinal and religious purposes. The best-known doctor of all time. Hippocrates treated his patients with essential oils. So although the world of yoga today offers them prominence and praise, they have been in widespread use for thousands of years.
In general, and thanks to its complex molecular composition, all essential oils are, to a greater or lesser extent, antibiotics, cell regenerators, antiseptics, immunostimulants, antivirals, anti-inflammatory, and improve blood and lymphatic circulation. Characterized by their powerful fragrance, they are extracted from flowers, leaves, resins, fruits or roots and, being very volatile, to keep them well they must be stored in an opaque bottle and a cool place. It is important to note that most of the essential oils can not be applied in their pure state directly on the skin, since they are highly concentrated and can burn it. Before applying them it is necessary to dilute them in other oils -known as base oils, such as almond, hemp, moringa, olive ...- or in water. Essential oils should not be ingested, except with the prescription of a doctor. They should not come in contact with the eyes. In case of doing so, it is necessary to wash them with plenty of water, avoiding touching them with your hands. It is not recommended for pregnant women and mothers during lactation. The essential oils, powerful concentrates of vegetal energy, are an authentic elixir of well-being. Its use provides tranquility and balance thanks to its aroma, while its properties purify and hydrate the skin, awakening its natural radiance. Not all oils are the same or used in the same way. Topical route (through the skin) - Always dilute in other base oils, before applying it to the skin Being rich in vitamins and unsaturated fatty acids, they hydrate and nourish the skin in depth. They also allow the penetration of beneficial assets in the dermis and in the epidermis. Contrary to what may seem, these are substances that do not leave a greasy feeling on the skin. That's why they are commonly called dry oils. The skin is velvety and resplendent in a matter of seconds. Respiratory route (through smell) Nowadays, the relaxing effect of essential oils is well known. Its usual use is through aroma diffusers. Oral route (through the digestive system) - Always consult a doctor