REFINED EDIBLE SUNFLOWER OIL

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Refined Sunflower Oil


Refined Sunflower Oil contains several compounds that have benefits for skin. They include:


oleic acid
vitamin E
sesamol
linoleic acid
Non-comedogenic


Sunflower oil is a non-comedogenic carrier oil which is highly absorbent, and won’t clog pores. It’s non-irritating for most people, and can be used on all types of skin, including dry, normal, oily, and acne-prone.


 


Antioxidants


Vitamin E is an antioxidant that can help protect skin from free radicals and from adverse effects of the sun, such as premature aging and wrinkles. Using a skincare product formulated with sunflower oil is a good way to obtain vitamin E’s benefits for skin.


Eating foods prepared with sunflower oil is another way, although there are other plant oils, such as olive oil, that may be more beneficial nutritionally.


Skin-protecting barrier
Linoleic acid helps to maintain the skin’s natural barrier, supporting its ability to retain moisture. It also has an anti-inflammatory effectTrusted Source when used topically. This makes it beneficial for dry skin and for conditions, such as eczema.


A small studyTrusted Source with 19 volunteers, which contrasted the benefits of topically applied sunflower oil to olive oil, found that sunflower oil was more effective at improving skin hydration and maintaining the integrity of the skin’s outer layer.


The linoleic acid in sunflower oil makes it effective for protecting skin against bacteria and germs. A study done in 2008 on premature infants in Bangladesh found that topical application of sunflower oil significantly reduced infant mortality caused by hospital-acquired infections, such as sepsis.


Wound healing
A small animal study also found that topical use of sunflower oil was beneficial for healing wounds faster. This may be due to its oleic acid content, which can be beneficial for wound careTrusted Source.


An animal studyTrusted Source done in 2004 found that sesame oil and its component, sesamol, had chemopreventiveTrusted Source properties in mice with skin cancer, but also indicated that more study is needed to ascertain their full potential.


How to use it
There are many ways you can use sunflower oil on your skin. These include the application of creams and lotions that contain sunflower oil as an ingredient.


You can also use organic, cold-pressed sunflower oil on your face and body for moisturizing or for massage:


Pour a small amount of sunflower oil directly into your palm.
Massage gently into skin until it is completely absorbed.
If you use sunflower oil on your face, try to avoid getting it into your eyes, as it may cause temporarily blurred vision.
Since sunflower oil is a carrier oil, you can mix a small amount of any essential oil you choose into it, for added skin benefits or for an enhanced scent.
If you are planning on using sunflower oil for your skin, it may make sense to opt for an organic, cold-pressed variety. Other extraction processes may introduce additives to the resulting oil to change or diminish its benefits.

























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product nameRefined sunflower oil
categoryedible oil
originNetherland , Germany, Ukraine
  

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