Let’s start with avocado 🥑 It’s an excellent source of antioxidants, essential fatty acids, minerals, and vitamins. The beta carotene, protein, lecithin, fatty acids, and vitamins in avocado oil help moisturise and protect, reduce dryness, and making skin more supple.
It’s an excellent source of antioxidants, essential fatty acids, minerals, and vitamins.
The antioxidants and anti-inflammatory agents in avocado oil help your skin stay smooth, strong, and elastic. The beta carotene, protein, lecithin, fatty acids, and vitamins A, D, and E found in avocado oil help moisturize and protect your skin from damaging UV rays and also increase collagen metabolism. These primary skin-feeding nutrients in the oil are all easily absorbed through the epidermis into the dermis where they provide energy for the growth and health of new skin as well as fortification of existing cells.
Due to its high concentration of anti-inflammatory oleic acid, avocado oil can be applied topically to ease discomfort caused by all manner of skin conditions, including but not limited to dandruff, cracked heels, keratosis pilaris, insect bites and stings, sunburn, eczema, and psoriasis.
The beta carotene, protein, lecithin, fatty acids, and vitamins in avocado oil help moisturise and protect, reduce dryness, and making skin more supple.
🥑 oil is so thick it won’t soak in as fast as other oils. For chronic ailments like eczema, a thin coating of soothing oil can go a long way toward relieving the persistent itching of a break out. It is the high level of Vitamin E that prevents the skin from inflammations and itchiness thereby helping skin to maintain its health and softness. Try moisturize and smooth rough, dry and scaly patches with avocado oil. It’s wonderfully lubricating and seals moisture into skin. It has anti-inflammatory properties that reduce inflamed skin conditions.
🥑 oil is high in sterolin, which helps to facilitate the softening of 🐾 Linoleic acid, oleic acid, and other monosaturated fatty acids in avocado oil can speed up wound healing for paws that are cracked or injured.
Just as avocado oil helps the body to grow healthier and stronger skin, it can also speed up the healing process. Researchers have found that linoleic acid, oleic acid, and other monosaturated fatty acids in avocado oil can speed up wound healing. When used topically, avocado oil can promote increased collagen synthesis and decreased numbers of inflammatory cells during the wound-healing process and may thus be considered an option for treating minor skin wounds.
Avocado oil is safe for dogs to lick in small quantities. BUT DO NOT FEED YOUR FURRY FRIEND AVOCADOS!
1️⃣ Because of the avocado’s high fat content. Dogs don’t digest fat well and excess fat can cause pancreatitis.
2️⃣ Avocado trees contain a fungicidal toxin called persin. This toxin is more concentrated in the pit and skin of an avocado, but there are some low levels contained in the flesh as well. Persin is considered only mildly toxic to dogs, but depending on how much was consumed, it can cause an upset stomach, vomiting or diarrhea.
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