Is Kalahari melon seed oil the new wonder melon chat? Beauty experts are tipping Kalahari melon oil, found in the South African desert, as the latest beauty phenomenon thanks to its ‘super hydrating’ properties for hair and skin. Read this: Forget coconut oil!
Coconut oil has long been creating a buzz in beauty circles, but now a new – and more obscure – natural ingredient is being hailed as the secret to shiny hair and plump skin. Beauty experts are tipping Kalahari melon oil as the latest beauty phenomenon thanks to its ‘super hydrating’ properties. The latest wonder ingredient to make its way into our makeup bags comes from the depths of the African desert and is so nutritious experts claim you could live on it alone for six weeks. Hailed as the perfect cure for dry, flaky skin and brittle hair, it’s been described by beauty buffs as like ‘stumbling across an oasis’ and will soon be making its way onto the shelves of your local pharmacy. Its enriching nutrients have long been one of the cosmetics industry’s best kept secrets – until now.
A natural cleanser, Kalahari melon seed oil contains linolenic acid which can help unclog pores and remove excess sebum on the surface of the skin. The miracle oil also contains antioxidants and vitamins A, C and E help to hydrate and tighten skin, making it appear firmer and reducing the appearance of wrinkles, while also reducing skin inflammation, such as acne. Not feeling ready for the beach? The oil has even been tipped as an effective conditioner for the hair and scalp without leaving your tresses greasy. And as the wonder-product gains in popularity, experts believe it will be flying off shelves as temperatures soar this summer, leaving hair and skin dehydrated while air conditioning and chlorine from the swimming pool can also leave tresses feeling dry.
Kalahari Melon Seed Oil is as rich in nourishing omega 6 fatty acids as Evening Primrose Oil, while its antioxidants help to keep the skin glowing, youthful and strong, making it the beauty must-have this season. Omega 6 fatty acids stimulate skin cell growth, helping to regenerate and restructure skin cells to keep your skin feel supple and firm. It also means Kalahari Melon Seed Oil could be effective at treating visible skin conditions and replacing damaged tissue to help with the appearance of scars. Id”:”4329783520901510323″,”descr”:”In a LA restaurant, the cook makes injera a spongy flatbread which is a national dish in Ethopia. An 11-year-old girl has given birth in India after allegedly being repeatedly raped by six men. It all started with a selfie! The worst convenience store rip off ever?