Mom’s with a keen eye for age-defying beauty products will know all too well about the virtues of organic Moroccan oil.
This liquid gold will soften and condition both your skin and hair thanks to moisturizers that occur naturally in the oil.
Indeed, many mom’s even notice significant improvements in stretch marks and scars, when applied over a consistent and prolonged period of time.
But perhaps the most beneficial property of Moroccan oil is that it contains a rich source of antioxidants.
WHAT IS AN ANTIOXIDANT?
Antioxidants are important for your overall health, especially when it comes to staying healthy as you age.
Antioxidants are all-natural, organic compounds found in many foods that are adept at targeting and eliminating harmful chemicals known as free radicals within your body.
These free radicals have a cumulative effect on your cellular structure as you age and, if gone unchecked, can contribute to many age-related ailments.
Increasing the amount of antioxidants in your diet is therefore a fantastic way to eliminate at least one source of age-related illness.
Of course there are other things you can do to reduce the number of free radicals floating about inside your body besides consuming foods high in antioxidants.
Cutting back on your alcohol intake and quitting smoking have been linked to lowered fee radical levels in the human body, so living in a clean and healthy manner is just as important as eating foods high in beneficial nutrients like antioxidants, which makes using Moroccan oil in your food preparation an attractive choice for anyone looking to stay healthy longer.
IN YOUR BODY AS WELL AS ON IT
Using a Moroccan oil hair care product, face wash, or skin crème can help your body absorb antioxidants directly through your skin, hair and scalp.
The antioxidants in this miracle oil can help keep wrinkles at bay while preventing your skin from becoming dehydrated and will also make your hair smooth, silky and with plenty of bounce, but you’ll get much better results if you get some Moroccan oil inside you as well as on your skin, hair, and face.
This isn’t an invitation to begin using topical crèmes and oils designed for external use only as a tasty salad dressing. No, instead you can find food-grade Moroccan oil, which has been used for many years in local Moroccan cuisine to prepare and flavor traditional dishes, and in addition to its high antioxidant content Moroccan oil is also free from any sodium, trans fats or cholesterol, and will deliver twice the amount of Vitamin E than a similar amount of olive oil.
Truly using Moroccan oil in every aspect of your life is a fantastic way to not only look your best but feel that way too – and for years to come.
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