Is Mustard Oil Good for the Skin?
I have read about many oils for the body but have never heard of anyone using the mustard oil on the body.
But, when I ‘googled’ it, I got a lot of references for its use on the skin. Okay, first talk about its use on the hair.
Mustard oil is considered to be very good for hair growth. By using it regularly, you will avoid getting your hair grayed out.
Yes, if you want a proof, you can ask your grandmother and women of the same age who have been using mustard oil over the years and still have black hair. Of course, it depends on your diet too.
But, instead of dying, you can saturate your hair with mustard oil and enjoy the benefits before shampooing your hair every night.
Mustard oil does not make fungal growth useful to avoid fungal infections. Oil is considered highly beneficial in the treatment of dry and damaged hair.
It is known to prevent hair loss and to promote hair growth. You can add mustard oil with castor or coconut oil to massage on your hair for beautiful shiny smooth hair.
And, for better results, you can also infect mustard oil with various herbs mentioned in the hair oil recipe for Faster Hair Growth.
To take care of skin with mustard oil, it is a matter of debate whether it should be used on the skin or not.
Actually, it depends on how the production of mustard oil is made or how it is extracted. Production of cooking oils is done only in the form of suppressing seeds and extracting oil, where the essential oil is produced by mixing the seeds with water, which produces a compound allyl isothiocyanate which bothers the skin.
Therefore, if you are planning to use mustard oil on your skin, then go for cooking oil which is available in normal shops. Make sure you do a patch test before using oil.
If your skin is sensitive and hypoallergenic, then it is best not to use oil. If you are suffering from any skin reaction, you should stop using oil immediately. Always like to eat cold pressed mustard oil.
Although the use of mustard oil has been used for massage for centuries, I would advise you not to use this oil on children and infants or you can test patch before you use it on them because they The skin is very sensitive in comparison to us.
Consider one thing that if you feel warming sensations after applying the oil, then this is not the reaction of the skin but there is an increase in blood circulation which is a good thing and certainly the reason for the use of mustard oil is not there.
And, I definitely invite your opinion on the use of mustard oil on the skin.
Hair Care, Hair Growth, Skin Care