One of the first uses of olive oil in ancient times was as a cosmetic, for toilet and personal hygiene.
Today, there are numerous studies that have substantiated the properties of olive oil for use in cosmetics. As a natural product, without chemical treatments or additives, it retains all its antioxidant properties. In addition, it is rich in vitamin E and contains polyphenols and oleic acid that provide nutrition, relaxation and hydration for the skin and hair.
Protects the skin against external environmental agents. It tones the epidermis and gives it firmness.
Restores moisture levels in the skin, as it possesses large doses of essential fatty acids.
Rebuilds the cellular membranes of the skin, thanks to the action of Oleic Acid.
It is used as a body lotion for massages.