damage from UV rays and free radicals present in your body. For those of us whose skin doesn’t respond well to coconut oil, this is a good replacement.
Sea Buckthorn Oil
When it comes to consuming, this oil may be under the radar. While it’s not tasty, sea buckthorn oil is one of the most potent sources of omega-7s, which is known for regenerating, restoring and nourishing the skin, as well as promoting strong nails and hair.
Apply two to four drops of cold-pressed sea buckthorn oil as needed to help restore problematic skin back to its natural, beautiful state.
Broccoli Seed Oil
Growing up, we were always told to eat our broccoli due to its health benefits, so it should come as no surprise that using broccoli seed oil topically is just as beneficial. Made from broccoli sprouts, broccoli seed oil is rich in essential fatty acids, anti-oxidants and high in vitamin C which nourishes and softens the skin, revealing healthy looking and glowing skin.
Shawna Davis is a wellness journalist and the founder and creator of the wellness lifestyle blog, Froing and Flowing. Beyond the blog, she is a certified yoga instructor, wife, dog mama and is a natural hair enthusiast that’s passionate about health, wellness, and natural beauty. You can follow her on Instagram @itsshawnadavis.