Almond Oil

Did you know that the Almond is considered the “King Of Nuts”? It’s full of healthy fats, fiber, phytochemicals, vitamins, and minerals that make it a nutritional powerhouse!

It’s, therefore, no surprise that the oil derived from this nut, commonly known as Almond oil, is extremely popular for its immense benefits for hair, body, and skin too.

Almonds are extremely rich in nutrients. They contain vitamin E, vitamin A, essential fatty acids, proteins, potassium, magnesium, phosphorus, copper, and zinc.

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Peanut Oil

The peanut plant is a low growing, an annual plant belonging to the family of Fabaceae (Leguminosae) of the genus: Arachis, and botanically named as Arachis hypogaea. Some of the common names are groundnut, earthnut, goober, pinder, and ground pea…

Peanut oil nutrition facts

  • Peanut oil is high in energy; 100 g oil provides 884 calories.
  • It is one of the cooking oils with a high smoke point; 450 °F which allows in setting oil at higher temperatures while deep-frying food
  • Peanut oil composes a very good lipid profile. It has saturated, monounsaturated and polyunsaturated (SFA: MUFA: PUFA= 18: 49: 33) fats in healthy
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Coconut Oil

Make-up Remover:

Dip cotton pads in coconut oil and press softly over eyes and lips before wiping off the make-up. Coconut oil gently dissolves long-lasting, highly pigmented make-up without drying the skin. In one single step, the skin is deeply cleansed as well as moisturized. And as a bonus, the anti-bacterial action of lauric acid keeps the microbes at bay.


Coconut oil is great for luxurious pre-bath massages and quick post-bath hydration. It melts on the skin as soon as you apply it, seeps into the pores, and hydrates deeply.

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Mustard Oil

Generally, mustard oil is used for cooking. It is a monounsaturated fatty acid with omega-3 fatty acids which reduce the cholesterol levels in the body.

Our body needs oil in the ratio of 3:1 – three parts of polyunsaturated fatty acids and one part of saturated fatty acids.

Monounsaturated fatty acids (MUFA) come under polyunsaturated. Mustard oil is full of MUFA which is very essential for our health. Mustard oil reduces the risk of Cardiovascular Disease and has other benefits as well.

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Sesame Oil

Sesame oil contains

  • vitamin E, which can help protect skin cells from the damage caused by environmental factors, such as UV rays, pollution, and toxins.
  • Sesame oil also contains several phenolic compounds, which give it its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. These compounds include:
  • tocopherol
  • pinoresinol
  • sesamin
  • sesamolin
  • sesaminol
  • sesamol
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Flaxseeds Oil

  • Flaxseeds are considered a superfood, the best natural alternative to support the immune system, augment vigor, and muscular strength. Ayurveda considers them as Balya—a provider of strength. They help balance the Vata element and are very effective in treating its disorders.
  • Flaxseeds and flax oil are known as Medhya—brain booster—and contain Omega 6 and Omega 3 fatty acids that enhance the functions of the human brain. Thus, flaxseed oil can help treat depression, anxiety, Alzheimer’s disease, ADHD, epilepsy, and certain other bipolar health disorders.
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Safflower Oil

(When you overheat cooking oil, it destroys beneficial compounds and creates harmful free radicals. Those free radicals can damage molecules in your body.)

If you’re looking for cooking oil that’s suitable for high heat, safflower oil may be the right choice for you. It has a higher smoke point than corn oil, canola oil, olive oil, sesame oil, and many other alternatives. It also has a neutral flavor, making it an ideal choice for many recipes

  • A healthful source of fatty acids – Safflower oil is a rich source of unsaturated fatty acids, including monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats.
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Sunflower Oil

  • According to Ayurveda, Sunflower oil is good for you. It is Madhur (sweet ) in taste, Laghu (light to digest), and Snigdha (oily) in nature. It also helps balance all three doshas. Regular use of Sunflower oil increases energy, improves the immune system, and promotes a healthy digestive system.

    Promotes heart health

    Sunflower oil contains more than 80% of monounsaturated fats which makes it good for your heart. The impressive fatty acid content in sunflower oil helps in maintaining a balance in your body. Furthermore, it does not contain any saturated fats which help in controlling the cholesterol levels in your body.

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