There is an immense variety of oils that are used as a treatment to maintain or restore the beauty of the skin and hair. These oils are available in the market, but if you are one of those who have doubts about the properties and differences that exist between them, you have to know that you are not alone; because there are many people who confuse different types of oils.

This time we explain to you the difference between two of the types of oils that are most often used for aesthetic purposes: almond oil and rosehip oil; Continue reading so that you find out what makes them different and what each one serves.

Rosehip oil
Rosehip oil is extracted from the seeds of a variety of rose, rose eglanteria or rubiginosa. Once extracted, this delicate oil is refrigerated and stored at a cool temperature and away from the light to prevent it from becoming rancid.

As a beauty treatment is often used especially for facial care, especially to treat blemishes and prevent wrinkles.

This type of oil offers many benefits when it is applied externally due to its primary compounds: essential fatty acids, vitamin E, vitamin C and beta-carotene (a form of vitamin A). Thanks to these and other compounds it is excellent for delaying aging marks.

Its ingredients function as antioxidants and penetrate deep into the different layers of the skin.

Vitamin C, from which rosehip oil is a good source, stimulates the production of collagen; Achieving that the skin recovers faster of any wound, that it becomes more smooth and also more resistant. All this helps to reduce wrinkle lines and eliminate stains related to acne problems.

To make matters worse, the vitamin A that contains this oil helps to moisturize the skin and maintains it with a natural sheen that makes it look healthier.

Almonds oil
On the other hand, oil with almonds is one of the best and most used as a treatment for hair and skin. Its wonderful properties make it a key element in many cosmetic products.

As its name indicates, it is extracted from the almonds; But there are different varieties of them and depending on whether they are sweet or bitter almonds the properties and benefits of oil vary. When it is extracted from bitter almonds it cannot be ingested, but when it is sweet almonds itself. In this sense it is important to be very careful when deciding to consume this oil, since if you eat the bitter almonds (containing a toxic substance called hydrogen cyanide) you run the risk of experiencing vertigo and in some cases until death.

As bitter almond oil can be a bit dangerous, here are some of the therapeutic properties of sweet almond oil:

• Anti-inflammatory
• Antioxidant
• Helps eliminate toxins
• Helps moisturize dry skin
• Laxative
• Analgesic
• Healing

In addition to the benefits mentioned above, this type of oil also serves to maintain the natural shine of the skin, prevent irritation and inflammation of the skin, cure dry lips, control the itching in the body and lighten the dark circles that usually form Under the eyes.

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