Watermelon Seed Oil
Watermelon Seed Oil
Watermelon seed oil is popularly known to regulate blood pressure levels, improves blood circulation, the oil is touted for its unique ability to allow the skin to breath and eliminate toxins while providing moisture to the skin and actually dissolves the build up of oil within the pores and thus alleviate dirt and grease that builds up the skin that causes acne and other skin conditions. Rich in micro-nutrients like selenium, potassium, copper and zinc which you may not get from your daily diet in adequate quantities.
Benefits of Oilcure watermelon seed oil:
Prevents Heart / Strokes / Cancer - Watermelon seed oil contain more than 60% Linoleic Acid which is great for the skin, cardiovascular health, to prevent strokes & cancer.
Healthy Heart - Watermelon seed oil contains lots of omega 3, 6, and 9 fatty acids which are all great for immune health, cardiovascular health, healthy skin, and nervous system.
Control Cholesterol - Watermelon seed oil also contains steric acid, palmitic acid, and oleic acid which are powerful acids. And studies show that these types of fatty acids also help with lowering LDL cholesterol or bad cholesterol… and increase HDL or good cholesterol.
Lowers Blood Pressure - Watermelon seed oil contains great fatty acids that help to lower blood pressure.
Diuretic - Watermelon seed oil is a good diuretic helping to get rid of excess water weight, and detox the body and kidneys.
Blood Sugar - Watermelon seed oil can also help regulate blood sugar.
Antioxidants - Watermelon seeds contain powerful antioxidants that help to slow the aging process and repair DNA damage.
Great for Hair - Watermelon seed oil is wonderful for lustrous hair, because it’s not greasy and gives your hair that wonderful shine.And the antioxidants in watermelon seed oil also help with itchy scalp and dandruff.
Recommended usage: 20 drops anytime.
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