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Sunflower Oil

The oil obtained from sunflower seeds like most other oils is excellent in helping the skin retain moisture. What sets sunflower oil apart however is that it can additionally provide the skin with a natural barrier of protection against bacteria and others irritants which are at the root of most blemish issues. Sunflower oil is non-comedogenic, which means that (like jojoba oil) it will not cause pimples, spots or black-heads. This makes it ideal for use in preparations used on oily or acne-prone skin. It is also very high in the anti-oxidants a,c,d and e which prevent free-radicals from damaging your skin and creating wrinkles and premature aging.
Sunflower oil contains linoleic acid, oleic acid, palmitic acid and stearic acid. The amount of linoleic acid and oleic acids various from 40 to 70 percent and 14 to percent respectively. The existence of various type of acids make sunflower oil very effective for treating bacterial infections.

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