Pomegranate oil, yay or nay?

Cold Pressed Pomegranate Oi

I’ve been using pomegranate oil for about two months now. Mostly because I wanted to improve the texture of my skin on my forehead and under the eyes.

So let’s talk about pomegranate oil!

What’s the buzz
It has a slight scent and absorbs into the skin nicely. The oil is a bit thick but not uncomfortably so. I’ve used it after cleansing my face on slightly damp skin. Further use showed that it doesn’t cause pimples like other oils, yay! I’m not saying that I had zero blemishes for the entire two months, but things didn’t get crazy.

Results
It works well. My skin is smoother and a few fine lines were reduced to the point that I think I am really the only person to see them.

Pomegranate oil
Apply this oil directly onto damp skin for best results

Components
High in Vitamin C, B5, E and riboflavin, folic acid and more
Pomegranate helps with skin elasticity and wound healing

Yay or nay
Yay!!!!

Reading
http://umm.edu/health/medical/altmed/herb/pomegranate
http://www.ehow.com/facts_5049955_vitamins-pomegranates.html

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    • crystal
    • March 8, 2014

    I would love to try pomegranate oil….sounds exotic and luscious!

      • cheDhar1
      • March 10, 2014

      It’s soo soo yummy Crystal. šŸ™‚

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