Wheat germ oil is rich in minerals, fatty acids, proteins, vitamin A, vitamin B, and vitamin D.
Regenerates damaged hair structure. Prevent Hair loss. For firm-healthy Skin.
*For external use only. Store in a dry place. Keep out of the reach of children.
- Hair Care
Help the appearance and strength of your hair, and even prevent premature hair loss and dandruff.
- Eliminates Skin Inflammation
- Improves Heart Health
- Prevents Aging
- Prevents Obesity
- Boosts Cognitive Health
- Controls Diabetes
- Increases Energy Levels
Why use wheat germ oil for skin?
Wheat Germ Oil has one of the highest levels of Vitamin E among all the body oils. And you know how good that is for your skin!
Besides the vitamin, the oil contains fatty acids like linoleic (omega-6), palmitic, and oleic (omega-9) acids. Plus it has vitamins A and D and minerals.
That combo is the reason why you should use the oil for skin… they can work magic on dry skin crying out for help… like my cracked heels right now.
Skip the oil if you have acne
There’s this scale for rating vegetable oils that cause acne. It’s called a comedogenic rating. Wheat germ oil has the highest rating – meaning it is likely to cause acne.
So, if you have acne prone skin, skip using wheat germ oil.
Also, if you have Celiac disease, you should avoid the oil too. Wheat germ has gluten in it. I don’t think the oil has gluten, but it’s better to be safe and avoid it if you have gluten allergies.
Or patch test to make sure you aren’t reacting to the oil.
If you are not acne-prone or sensitive, wheat germ oil will be a great oily friend to your skin… especially during winter!
How to use for the skin:
It is a natural moisturizer that replaces skin cells and helps to hide the effects of pimples, acne, and stretch marks.
It is used as an oil bath to prevent hair loss, speeds its growth, and to protect it against split ends.
Better than bare.