10 Benefits of Squalane Oil

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One of the best kept secrets in the beauty and health industry is Squalane Oil. This oil can work wonders and it is now offered by Grace & Magnolia through Cinder & Sky. I’ve never heard of one product having as many benefits as this. Its groundbreaking. More people need to be aware of this development!

Here are 10 benefits of Squalane Oil that will have everyone running to get it:

  1. All naturalIt is found in the liver of a shark or extracted from plants (most popular form today)
  2. Works with all skin types– Squalane is comedogenic and doesn’t block your pores! Since it is natural, it won’t irritate your skin
  3. Moisturizes the skin- The molecular structure is extremely close to your skin’s own so, the squalane oil is able to deeply penetrate the pores at a cellular level
  4. Improves brain function–  Since Squalane is an Omega-3 fatty acid, when taken orally it can be used as fuel for the brain
  5. Helps with autoimmune diseases and skin conditions- Squalane is a great natural inflammation reducer and balances you out. It is said that Squalane can boost your immune system. Squalane also breaks down blood clots, it is an anticoagulant.
  6. Works on hair– Putting Squalane on the ends of your hair will moisturize it and reduce damages
  7. Improve nail health– Can heal dry cracked nails and soften cuticles
  8. Works as an antihistamine– Reduces allergic response
  9. Has anti aging properties- Fights off skin damaging free radicals
  10. Helps prevent cancer- It has been shown that the production of blood cells has been reduced in tumors. It is also said Squalane may reduce the effects of chemotherapy

So  there you have it, Squalane Oil is pretty versatile. It helps your skin, hair, nails, and more. There’s even more benefits that weren’t listed above. It is a great natural solution to many issues. What’re you waiting for? Click here to get Grace & Magnolia Squalane Oil!

Disclaimer: The contents of this article are for informational purposes only and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, prevent any disease, or replace the advice of professionals

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