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Beauty Tips 4 sesame seeds benefits you are missing out on

Adding sesame seeds to your diet ensures a glowing skin as they are rich in zinc and magnesium that promotes healthy and youth skin.

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Sesame seeds, grown extensively in some parts of Africa are the oldest condiment known to mankind. The benefits of sesame seeds are not just culinary, but the super food is good for our body as well.

Skin detoxifier

Sesame seeds are an excellent food that helps detoxifying of your skin due to its antioxidant properties. When applied on the skin, the molecules of this oil attract oil-soluble toxins that can be washed away with hot water and soap.

Mix half a cup of sesame seed oil with half a cup of apple cider vinegar and a quarter cup of water. This should be applied every night after splashing your face with water.

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Glowing skin

Sesame seed oil has amazing skin benefits for all skin types. It has the properties to heals the areas of mild cuts, scrapes, and abrasions.

Massage your face thoroughly with sesame seed oil and scrub your face with rice or besan powder before washing off with warm water. Later, splash your face with cold water to close the pores.

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Encourage hair growth

Sesame seeds contain essential fatty acids such as omega-3, omega-6, and omega-9 which promote hair growth.

Women suffering from hair loss can apply sesame seed oil in their hair daily because it stimulates hair growth by nourishing, conditioning, and promoting a healthy scalp.

Regular massage with warm sesame oil penetrates your scalp, thus increasing the blood circulation.

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Prevention of scalp problems

Sesame seeds are rich in replenishing vitamins, minerals, and nutrients that are vital for a healthy scalp. Massaging your scalp with sesame seed oil combats dryness, flakiness and clogged pores that cause hair thinning and hair loss.

Besides, its antifungal, antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties help in treating scalp infections and dandruff and soothing an irritated scalp.

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