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Benefits of Sesame Oil

Benefits of Sesame Oil

Many of us regularly use sesame oil in our kitchen for cooking purpose due to its hearty, nutty flavor and its high levels of mono- and polyunsaturated fats. But there are benefits that extend beyond use in our cooking especially for our hair and skin. This blog will educate our users about benefits of sesame oil for our skin , hair and overall health.

What is Sesame Oil?

Sesame oil is extracted from the seeds of the sesame plant, also called Sesamum indicum. While these plants are originally  native in East Africa and India, now they’re currently grown in many countries across the globe.

Nutrients in Sesame Oil?

Sesame oil is abundant in  vitamin E, that protect our skin from the damage caused by environment, like  UV rays, pollution, and toxins.

Sesame oil also has several phenolic compounds, which impart it antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.

It also has several essential fatty acids, which are effective moisturizers to  help keep your skin supple, soft, and hydrated.

  • oleic acid
  • palmitic acid
  • stearic acid
  • linoleic acid
Key Benefits of Sesame Oil for Skin

Sesame Oil has following key benefits

  1. It has some great Antibacterial Properties which implies its use can kill harmful micro-organisms or stop their growth.
  2. It is a great AntiOxidant, as it has the ability to fight damage by free radicals, or unstable molecules that can harm the cellular structure of your skin.
  3. Its also a great anti inflammatory oil which means that it can reduce inflammation and swelling.

Sesame oil has a low rating on the comedogenic scale. This unofficial database ranks different oils and butters by their pore-clogging properties. The scale ranges from zero to five.

A rating of zero means that an oil won’t clog your pores, while a rating of five means that it will.

According to a 1989 study , refined sesame oil has a comedogenic rating of one, and unrefined sesame oil has a rating of three. Non-comedogenic oils, like sesame oil, are good options for many types of skin.

As non-comedogenic oils don’t clog pores, hence sesame oil is effective for acne-prone skin. Sesame oil’s anti-inflammatory properties also adds to its acne-fighting properties.

So what are you waiting for. Go ahead and purchase a bottle of Sutatva Cold Pressed Sesame Oil. Contact us today for any questions related to benefits and regimes.

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