Include Olive Oil In Your Skin & Hair Routines

on July 20, 2020 / by


The health and beauty benefits of Rogan Jaitun Oil commonly known as Olive oil are innumerable. Over the last few years, experts have harped on the nutritiveness however it has been used for over thousands of years and is said to be the secret behind Cleopatra's beautiful hair and skin.

This little fruit is naturally loaded with antioxidants, polyphenols and Vitamins A, D, E and K, R which when cold-pressed is retained in the oil. I’ve been using Nature Sure™ Rogan Jaitun Oil for numerous skin and beauty DIY treatments at home. Here are some of the ways you can use the oil to get the hair and skin you are aiming for:


Pre-Shampoo Hair Mask: Warm the oil in a microwave or hot water for a couple of minutes and then apply on the scalp, hair roots and hair ends. Warm a warm towel on the head for about 30 minutes and then wash hair as normal for beautifully conditioned, voluminous and shiny hair.

Lip Scrub: Mix a spoon of olive oil with a spoon of lemon juice and sugar. Let this mixture sit in a cool dry place for a few hours and then use it to exfoliate your lips gently in a circular motion. Use this every day to get fuller, chap-free and light coloured lips.

Tinted Moisturiser: Dot a few drops of oil with a regular moisturiser, (especially for sensitive skin) and generously apply the face on the face and body. The oil will not only enable to absorb other skincare and makeup products well onto the skin and body but also work its magic behind the scene.

Protective Serum: Spray some oil on towel dry hair before using hair dryers, blowers or straighteners to shield hair from heat damage. Not only will this help avoid any hair detonation but also ensure an extra-glossy finish that leaves hair feeling silky, shiny and smooth.

Make-Up Remover: Pump a few drops of oil on a cotton makeup remover pad and cleanse the face. The oil base grabs in all the product on the face, including the eyes to act as the best pre-cleanse product. Ensure to finish with a cream-based cleanser for a residue-free skin.

If there are any other ways you use olive oil for skincare and haircare, drop me a message and I would love to add that to the list.

Until next time,
~ Heena

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20 comments

  1. Olive, this little fruit is naturally loaded with antioxidants, polyphenols and Vitamins which when cold-pressed are retained in the oil. To make the best of this use, you can use it in numerous ways for your skin and hair care routine. Here is how I use this oil on an everyday basis...

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  2. Wow, it is certainly a versatile item! Thank you for sharing this. What an informative post.
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  3. Sounds like a great treatment.

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  4. Never knew olive oil is such a versatile ingredients. Totally trying these to maintain my skin and hair healthy

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  5. isn't this very expensive to use? I would love to start doing this Asap

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  6. I know the benefits of using olive oil and I'm using olive oil too. This products seems amazing will try it

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  7. Definitely trying the Olive oil Lip scrub tip... thanks for the details

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  8. Thanks for sharing informative article. Olive oil is great for cleansing the face and skin. It has long been considered one of the most effective natural hair conditioners.

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  9. I'm using olive oil for a variety of skin and hair care... and it is indeed a miracle oil.

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  10. Olive is said to be one of the most powerful antioxidants and this is proved by all the products in which it is used as a major ingredient.

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  11. I've always wanted to use olive for him skincare. but never knew how. Now i'm going to try these tips.

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  12. I've used olive oil for a lot many skincare and haircare things, but never as a lipscrub. Will surely try this.

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  13. I use olive oil based products for my hair and skin care and it does work wonders.

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  14. I always knew olive oil was healthy but I was not aware that it can be used in so many ways and it has so many benefits. Thanks for this, I will try to add olive oil in my routine.

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  15. Great source of information about Olive oil.

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  16. Wow! I'd definitely suggest this to my mom, sister and girlfriend!!

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  17. Olive oil does have a lot of benefits on health. Thanks for listing down all these benefits.

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  18. I remember my grandmother used to tell us about the goodness of olive oil. Thanks for sharing these tips for using olive oil in hair and skin care routine.

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  19. Olive oil has its pros really. I have used it as hair vitaliser, feet and elbow scrub. In the winters my mother used to tell about using it on the lips too. As far as the make up remover is concerned, is it ok for sensitive skins?

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  20. I've been a devoted user of olive oil for a long time now and I agree with everything you say in this post! Great read :)

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