For some of us, putting some edible oils on skin which are usually used for cooking or as a dressing can be appalling. Not all vegetable oils are good for your skin. Some can actually dry your skin out, while others, such as canola, corn, and vegetable oils, are likely derived from genetically modified crops that have been sprayed with heavy doses of harmful pesticides. To keep your skin soft here are the top 6 edible oils from your kitchen that useful for your skin:

1. Coconut oil:

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Coconut oil tops the list of best cooking oils. Coconut oil has a unique blend of both fatty acids and powerful medicinal properties. Approximately 92 percent of the fat content in coconut oil is saturated fat. It is made from medium chain fatty acids (MCFAs), which metabolize differently than the long chain fatty acids (LCFAs) found in burgers and steaks. MCFAs aid digestion, boost energy and help burn fat.

2. Almond oil:

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Almond oil is long known to keep your skin young and supple owing to the vitamins A, B and E present in it. There is no way you restrain from using it. Being non-comedogenic, it gets into our skin quite easily and moisturises it from within without blocking the pores. Moreover, it delays ageing, lightens stretch marks, treats fine lines, and wrinkles and can also be used as eye cream to get rid of puffy eyes and dark circles. Since it is also rich in fatty acids, it alleviates acne and reduces its occurrence too.

3. Sesame Oil:

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Popular in Asian cooking, sesame oil has a pungent flavor that makes it a favorite in many foods. And the great news is that it is also beneficial to health, having been shown to lower blood pressure and reduce the risk of heart disease. Sesame oil is also rich in iron, calcium, and magnesium, the latter of which is known for its incredible calming effect. Because it is rich in polyunsaturated fats, sesame oil helps contribute to cognitive sharpness, proper fat absorption, a lowered risk of heart disease, healthy skin, and strong teeth and bones.

4. Hemp seed oil:

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Hemp seed oil contains omega-6 and omega-3 essential fatty acids that are important for skin cell production and good health. Besides, it is also rich in gamma-linolenic acid, or GLA which has anti-inflammatory properties. Hemp seed oil helps in alleviation of dermatitis, which is an inflammation of the skin. For those who have psoriasis, this oil works wonders since it can hydrate the skin and also reduce the redness associated with acne breakouts.

5. Avocado Oil:

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Proteins and unsaturated fats that are both good for skin and present in avocado oil should be enough to make you buy it! In addition to these there is sterolin, which reduces age spots and softens your skin, and anti-oxidants like vitamins A, D and E that are beneficial for those with dry skin. To sum it up, avocado oil moisturises your skin, boosts collagen production, treats skin conditions like eczema and psoriasis and provides relief from diaper rash and speeds up healing of a wound.

6. Olive Oil:

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Rich in anti-oxidants like vitamin E, polyphenols and phytosterols, olive oil when applied on skin helps protect it from premature ageing. It restores the skin smoothness and does not clog pores. You can get rid of cracked heels by first rubbing your feet with pumice stone and then applying olive oil. After that, just wear socks overnight and then see the difference over the next few days.

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