Beauty benefits for you of using black seed




The black seed has been around for ages, yet people are only now starting to learn about it.Black seed oil is simply an extracted oil substance produced by the squeezing and compression of black seeds.

Good for Your Skin 

 From tone to texture, there are many reasons for someone wanting healthier skin. With all the essential fatty acids, vitamins, antioxidants, and amino acid, black seed oil makes perfect all around daily skin moisturizer. Not only is it great for protection (for sunburn, etc.), but it also has anti-aging properties that help with wrinkles.

Thickens eye lashes and eyebrows

Black seed oil has been hailed as a potent hair growth oil. It stimulates hair follicles, thereby promoting hair growth. For thick eyelashes and eyebrows, use your index finger to dab a drop of black seed oil onto your eyebrows and eye lashes before bed. This sinks deep into the follicles and give you luscious thick lashes! Note: Don’t put a lot as it can seep into your eyes and burn.

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 Black seed oil for acne

Acne is a direct result of inflammation on the skin, which causes people to break out. With powerful regenerative and anti-inflammatory properties, black seeds are your best option for clearing up your skin and giving it a soft, natural glow. It’s been used by both Kings and Queens throughout history for their most common skin aliments.




Good for Your Hair

From thinning hair to dryness, there are countless of reasons which can cause hair issues, mainly by not taking care of your health. Even if you do take care of it, ironically many of the hair products in the market actually cause more damage than said. Although it’s really not concrete as to why exactly black seeds help with hair growth, one can assume that it stems from its potent antioxidant properties. Those properties are also combined with healthy fatty acids such as omega 3,6, and 9, that have shown to improve hair follicle production and strength.  Black seed oil has also proven to be useful as a natural remedy for premature gray hair.Use black seed oil to soften and condition all hair types including frizzy wild curls. Black seed all nourishes the hair strands by penetrating deep into hair cells, thereby softening them and making them more manageable. For softer locks, apply 1 to 2 teaspoons of black seed oil to your freshly-washed hair strands and leave it on for about 15 to 30 minutes. Rinse off with plain water and dry thoroughly.

Aids in Weight Loss

Stem from its blood sugar lowering properties. On top of being a natural antioxidant, it also aids in speeding up your metabolism and lowering your appetite. This especially helps when trying to gain back control of your diet.

Heals Peeling Lips 

Can also be used as an alternative to lip balm, the essential oils found in black seeds are proven to help regenerate the skin on your lips as well as give it it’s radiant color.

Protects skin from wrinkles and premature aging

Rich in anti-oxidants, black seed oil is a perfect ingredient to fight off free radicals that notoriously damage skin and hair cells through oxidation. Black seed oil contains a key component, known as thymoquinone which is rich in powerful antioxidants. It has anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidative properties that protects skin cells from free radical damage.




Moisturizes and soften dry skin

Oils are very important for lubricating and protecting the skin’s outer layer from irritants and oxidation. Black seed oil is rich in plant acids, fatty acids and amino acids that help maintain the skin’s lipid barrier and prevent drying of skin. Place one teaspoon of black seed oil in 1 cup of coconut oil and use this as a massage oil all over your body once a week to keep your skin smooth as a baby’s! Remember to focus more on the elbows, knees and heels as these are some of the rough areas of our skin.

Seals off split ends

Black seed oil, which contains lots of fatty acids and amino acids, create a protective layer over hair strands, thereby helping prevent and seal off split ends. Before bed, massage just half a teaspoon of black seed oil onto your hair length, concentrating mostly at the ends where the most damage occurs. You can choose to rinse off in the morning or leave it on your next wash.

Promotes strong teeth and healthy gums

Mix a little black seed oil with coconut/ sesame oil and use it for oil pulling to promote healthy teeth and gums. Oil pulling helps pull out toxins from the body thereby curing numerous health ailments including constipation, allergies, stiff joints, blood and heart disease. Black seed oil helps get rid of yellow tooth stains, kill mouth bacteria and freshen up bad breath. I normally use 1/4 teaspoon of black seed oil mixed with 1 teaspoon of sesame oil and 5 drops of clove essential oil to maintain a healthy mouth!

258fb0b9e0e9630e1d34d6c1fd4b29c2.jpgThickens eye lashes and eyebrows

Black seed oil has been hailed as a potent hair growth oil. It stimulates hair follicles, thereby promoting hair growth. For thick eyelashes and eyebrows, use your index finger to dab a drop of black seed oil onto your eyebrows and eye lashes before bed. This sinks deep into the follicles and give you luscious thick lashes! Note: Don’t put a lot as it can seep into your eyes and burn.

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