Tibb Blackseed Pure Oil can be used to combat many prevailing skin and hair issues, especially ones that arise during winter.
When the condition of your skin and hair is nothing short of gorgeous, there is no better confidence booster. Being able to style your hair the way you want it, other than in ponytail, or not needing to apply foundation to your face or cover-up any skin ailments, it can make you feel as though the world is your runway.
“Many elements can contribute to the condition and health of your hair and skin, from your diet, beauty regime, your immune system to the change of the seasons,” Carla Yssel brand manager for Tibb Blackseed Pure Oil.
Although winter can be the ideal time to hide yourself under lots of layers of clothing and beanies, let it be because of the cold weather and not because you are reluctant to display your hair and skin. “Seasonal changes as well as changes to your diet or illness can all affect the health of your hair and skin and may require you to change up your beauty regime by including additional vitamins and nutrients to your products,” comments Yssel.
Black seed also known as Nigella Sativa is native to the middle east, the Mediterranean and Africa, with historical findings suggesting that Cleopatra used this ‘miracle oil’ as part of her skin and hair care routine.
Benefits of Black Seed oil
Yssel explains that the benefits of adding Black Seed oil to your daily hair and skin regime include:
• The oil boasts antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties, which help with skin conditions such as acne, eczema, dandruff, general dry skin and psoriasis.
• If your hair needs moisture the fatty amino acids in Black Seed oil can help to seal in moisture. Simply apply the oil to a carrier oil such as coconut oil and apply it to your scalp and hair, leave it on for a while so that your hair can absorb the oil and all the moisturising benefits.
• When ingested in oil or capsule form, Black Seed can help strengthen your immune system which in turn has a direct effect on the health of your skin and hair. One of the side effects of a bad immune system is that your hair follicles are attacked resulting in hair shedding.
• Studies have shown that Black Seed oil has the potential to help with hair growth due to its high levels of thymoquinone which is an antihistamine used in the treatment of alopecia, and Omega 3 and 6 which encourages blood circulation in the head.
To incorporate Black Seed oil into your beauty regime and your everyday life, Tibb Health Sciences offers Tibb Blackseed Pure Oil, unrefined and cold pressed can be used topically for skin irritations and as a beauty treatment for skin and hair or you can ingest a teaspoon a day for its nutritional benefits that help delay the effects of the aging process.