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Uses For Grapeseed Oil
Are any insoluble oils, like grapeseed oil, dangerous to use as a nasal moisturizer? Ii know about petrolatum.There are drs who suggest grapeseed oil
My mother-in-law use baby oil on my baby hair causing skin brake outs i only stared grapeseed oil today the hair is soft could i continue using it?
Grapeseed oil: In addition to Dr. Chen's input: Grapeseed oil has been used for treatment of acne, psoriasis, cleansing &moisturizing skin & to remove makeup See: http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/life-style/beauty/7-beauty-oils-for-troubled-skin/articleshow/29810315.cms ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes it could: anything from the grape is good for the general health,this is a nutritional fact,now if you ask me if there is any study has been done to prove that fact,no all these claimed done as a nutritional fact,they do not have to prove it by low,since it is not medicine.no research or scientific study has been done as far as i know. ...Read more
Could grapeseed oil be responsible for my sudden break outs ? Even though I have been using it for almost a month ?
See balow: Stop using it and see if the break-outs cease. ...Read more
Antioxidant: Grapeseed is a source of powerful free radical scavengers, or antioxidants, and has been used in allergic disorders, including asthma. Also, it has been used for a variety of vascular complaints, such as varicose veins and peripheral vascular disease. I am not sure if its efficacy is definitively supported by clinical evidence from actual studies on patients. ...Read more