5 Ways to Use More Olive Oil in Your Beauty Regime

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1. As a Hair Conditioner

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Olive oil nourishes your tresses, making them soft and sleek. It also adds natural shine to your locks and makes them frizz-free.

Apply olive oil onto the strands and massage it onto your scalp. Put on a shower cap and let the oil sit for about half an hour. Rinse hair with your normal shampoo.

2. As a Make-Up Remover

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Just apply olive oil on your face using a cotton pad to gently remove your make-up. It not only cleanses your face, but also nourishes your skin at the same time. For heavy make-up, massage olive oil onto your face for a few minutes and then wipe it off with a washcloth, soaked in lukewarm water.

3. As a Body Lotion

Packed with Vitamin E, olive oil is a great natural moisturiser. It nourishes your skin and makes it soft and supple. Apply the olive oil onto damp skin, after taking a shower and massage it gently into your skin.

4. As a Lip Scrub

All you need is a teaspoon of olive oil and some granular sugar. Apply this scrub on your lips and rub it gently to exfoliate. Leave it on for about a minute and wipe it off with a damp washcloth. Bye-bye chapped lips!

5. As an Eye Cream

Take some olive oil and gently apply it on your under-eye area or place cotton pads soaked in olive oil under your eyes. This DIY eye cream nourishes the tender skin under your eyes and softens lines.

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