Hydrate your skin with cherry seed oil
Cherry seed oil contains a wealth of vitamins and antioxidants, and is used primarily to naturally add moisture to the skin.
It is particularly useful for people with skin that is prone to acne or becomes easily inflamed as it provides gentle hydration, and contains plenty of properties to help restore and replenish the skin.
A light and emollient oil, it boasts loads of fatty acids which help skin to keep looking great.
Vitamins and antioxidants
Cherry Seed Oil has long been known to contain nutrients significant when it comes to collagen synthesis and skin healing processes.
The soothing oil is packed with natural antioxidants, as well as vitamins A and E.
It is yellow in colour, with a hint of marzipan, and contains oleic acid and linoleic acid. These fatty acids help to restore and replenish the skin, which makes Cherry Seed Oil a fantastic option for those with skin complaints.
Simply add a few drops of the oil to the moisturiser you use each day in order to give your skin the hydration it needs.
Doing this will also treat acne-prone skin, making a visible difference to your complexion.
As Cherry Seed Oil is rich in tocopherols, it is a particularly stable oil. This is great news for fans of the mixture, as it means it can be added to almost anything. As well as moisturiser, it makes a fantastic addition to body butter, salt and scrub formulas and even lip balm!
As well as aiding skin prone to acne, Cherry Seed Oil also helps to reduce fine lines and wrinkles, replenishing skin and aiding a more youthful appearance.
Why not incorporate a few drops into your night-time beauty regime and let it work its magic overnight? Alternatively, put a few drops in your bath oil for an extra special evening soak.
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