5 benefits of Acai berry oil for your skin

June 15, 2021

5 benefits of Acai berry oil for your skin

Acai berries are recognised as one of the most potent antioxidant berries, and we all love Acai bowls for their health properties and their deliciousness, but have you ever considered the benefits of using Acai berry oil on your skin? Acai berry oil has been touted as the holy grail of skincare and anti-aging, so maybe it’s time you gave it a go.

Consider these 5 ways Acai berry oil can benefit your skin.

1. Anti-aging

We already know Acai berry oil is rich in antioxidants, the free radical fighters and anti-aging warriors. The powerful anti-inflammatory properties will help keep your skin looking younger, and the fatty acids in Acai oil will help keep your skin tight.

2. Powerful emollient

People often confuse emollients and moisturisers, but the differences are pretty simple. Moisturisers, as their name suggests, adds moisture to your skin, while emollients aim to soften your skin. Acai berry oil is antibacterial and has a high absorption rate that can improve your skin’s elasticity and help relieve painful splitting or cracking in your skin and provide relief for other conditions such as psoriasis and acne.

3. Nutrients
Acai berry oil can assist with unclogging pores and aiding in skin cell regeneration. It’s loaded with nutrients, vitamins, and minerals - the building blocks of healthy, happy skin. These vitamins include Vitamin A, Vitamin C, B Vitamins, Calcium, Magnesium, Zinc, Copper, Anthocyanins, and flavonoids.

4. Fatty acids

Acai berry oil is a rich source of omega-3, omega-6, and omega-9 fatty acids, which can help revive dry, tired-looking skin. We all want to avoid dull, sagging skin, so a good dose of fatty acids with our skincare regime is a clear bonus of using Acai berry oil.

5. Natural skincare

More and more people are switching over to more nature-based skincare, and one of the most enticing elements of introducing Acai berry oil into your skincare regime is using a natural product on your skin that isn’t based on harsh chemicals or animal testing.

For healthier, sighter, softer, better-looking skin, consider introducing Berry & Acai oil to your skincare routine.

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