Almond Oil [Badam Rogan ] for the Skin

Almond oil is produced from sweet almonds (Prunus amygdalus) and from bitter almonds (aprunus amygdalus amara). Sweet almond oil, used as a carrier oil for blending essential oils, is beneficial for the skin, hair and has overall health advantages. It can be used as an effective massage oil. Bitter almonds provide culinary advantages.
The genesis of almond oil uses can be traced all the way to Greek mythology, Shakespeare and into modern times. Almond oil is extracted from the seeds of almond. It is extracted from sweet almonds (Prunus amygdalus) as well as bitter almonds (Prunus amygdalus amara).

Sweet almond oil obtained from the dried kernels of sweet almond variety is rich in vitamins A, B1, B2, B6 and E. Sweet almond oil can be consumed safely and is used for various culinary purposes

Carrier Oil for Aromatherapy :
  In aromatherapy, various essential oils are used to achieve different effects. However, application of many essential oils causes irritation to the skin if applied directly. This is why carrier oils are needed. Carrier oils, such as almond oil mask the irritating effect of the essential oils on the skin.
Massage Therapy :
  Pure sweet almond oil is suitable for any skin type and can be used in massage therapy. The oil gets easily absorbed, thus serves as a wonderful emollient. It lends a soft, glowing feel to the skin and also balances the level of moisture in the body. This oil rekindles the skin and brings back the lost glow, thereby improving complexion and giving a younger look to the person. Moreover, since sweet almond oil is rich in oleic and linoleic essential fatty acids, massaging with this oil helps relieve muscle pain.
Culinary Purposes :
  Sweet almond oil is edible oil and can be used as a salad dressing. Just combine 3 tablespoons of almond oil with vinegar, maple syrup and Dijon mustard (1 tablespoon each) and some salt and pepper to taste. Sweet almond oil also forms a great substitute for olive oil. Make sure you don't consume unprocessed almond oil, since several harmful bacteria, etc. can be present.
Bitter Almond Oil Uses
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