Moisturizers You Can Eat

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Olive oil

Olive oil is often used in store-bought creams and moisturizers, and has a special component called Squalene—an omega 2, which is deeply hydrating, and has similar properties to omega 3s. If you’re looking for healthier things to put on your salad than ranch or blue cheese dressing, try simple olive oil, Dijon mustard, and lemon juice, mixed together. Then save some oil for your face.

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