18 February, 2017

@victoriafeatherlight #Organicskincare #victoriafeatherlight #pumpkins Organic Pumpkin Seed Oil Review

Our pumpkin seed oil is rich in vitamin E, zinc, omega 3, and 6 fatty acids as well as antioxidants, therefore it has tremendous benefits for the skin in terms of retaining moisture, fighting free radicals and maintaining a youthful appearance.It will improve skin tone, help wounds heal more rapidly, fight acne and help with skin renewal.

Many of the minerals and vitamins have anti-aging effects as well. Research has found this oil can inhibit the enzyme known as 5 alpha reductase enzyme, which has been shown to slow and stop hair growth. It has also been shown to protect hair follicles and increase shine.

Pumpkin seed oil also contains anti-inflammatory properties that help alleviate irritated skin. It is also beneficial in accelerating the healing process of scarring in the skin and because the oil is high in fatty acids, it helps repair damaged skin. The vitamin A that pumpkin seed oil contain serves as a repair mechanism to heal the skin at a faster rate and is also good for healing skin problems such as Eczema and dry skin.
Please note this is 100% pumpkin seed oil. Due to the product’s natural essence, it might have a pumpkin like scent.
- Do not ingest - No internal use - Keep out of the reach of childern - Avoid contact with the eyes

The essential vitamins and minerals that the pumpkin seed oil contains are Zinc, vitamin E, Vitamin A, Selenium, and fatty acids. All these ingredients help prevent:

  • Natural aging
  • Fine lines
  • Acne, scars & irritated skin
  • Remove dead skin cells
Zinc provides support by keeping collagen leveled for skin elasticity and with the help of both zinc and selenium fight off acne. Vitamin A activates skin cell growth and restores damaged skin. Vitamin E minimizes scars and evens out the skin tone. Beta-carotene and vitamin E are strong and effective antioxidants that protect the skin from damage and reduce aging signs. Pumpkin seeds also contain enzymes and alpha hydroxy acids remove dead skin cells on the outside. 

Pumpkin seed oil hold high levels of iron, if your body lacks iron it can cause you to lose hair.
By restoring your iron levels it will also strengthen your hair and improve your health and circulation and intern deal with your hair loss.

By adding a few drops of pumpkin seed oil in your shampoo, you can strengthen your hair. Pumpkins are also loaded with minerals:
  • Magnesium
  • Potassium
  • Phosphorus
  • Manganese
  • Copper
The cause of hair loss can be associated with an imbalance of minerals in your body. Pumpkin seed oil is full of Omega 3 and Omega 6 fatty acids that help break down DHT and improve overall health in your hair. Vitamin E is used to strengthen hair, and stop the thinning of hair.  

Pumpkin Seed Oil, has an anti inflammatory property that makes it perfect for repairing damaged skin, in my case I will be using it on my arms. Because of certain medications I have to take, with exposure to the sun, I break out with water blisters which once healed cause me to have scars. I am hoping that this oil will help with that. Since this oil also helps regenerate skin, it is perfect to use for dry skin, I have dry skin, mostly in winter time so this is a plus and since I am in my 60's it is supposed to help with anti aging skin. I am using it now along with lotion to help with the dryness. I look forward to continued use for the issues I mentioned. I will also be using this product along with my shampoo to help strengthen my hair.

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