Sesame Oil

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Sesame oil is derived from sesame seeds, and possesses two unique forms of fiber, called sesamin and sesamolin. These two components increase the vitamin E storage capacity of the body, which is very important for the rejuvenation of skin cells, as well as the overall appearance and moisture retention of the skin. If you are suffering from dry skin, applying sesame oil directly to the affected area can be a rapid and effective solution. Sesame oil can also be mixed with other carrier creams or used in conjunction with coconut oil.

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