The seaweed oil benefits from the seaweed is beneficial to the skin, according to Israeli researchers who studied the seaweeds oil benefits on the skin and the skin care products of Israeli women.
The seaweed oils used in cosmetics are extracted from seaweed that grows in salt water and is known as “sea buckTHORN oil.”
The seaweeds seaweed extract was found to have many benefits on both the skin as well as on the eyes, face and body.
The study, conducted by the Department of Dermatology at Bar-Ilan University in the Negev Desert in Israel, was published in the journal Dermatological Sciences.
The researchers say that the seawood oil, which contains high amounts of antioxidants and other substances, can help to improve the condition of the skin in both the face and the body.
“We wanted to understand the skin-related benefits of seaweed, especially its skin-brightening effect,” said Dr. Avraham Zaki, a professor of dermatology and dermatology at the Bar- Ilan University and an author of the study.
Zaki is an expert in seaweed therapy and has worked with a number of celebrities including model Naomi Campbell and actress Meryl Streep to promote the use of seaweeds skin-lightening products.
In his research, Zaki and his colleagues studied the effects of seawood on skin and eye health, particularly the skin.
“It is clear that seaweed products can improve the skin by reducing the inflammation caused by acne and other inflammatory conditions,” said Zaki.
The skin was studied in both a laboratory and in real-life settings.
The researchers found that the skin of both the laboratory and the real-world settings of the researchers improved.
Zakai said that there is an increasing trend in the world for women to use face and skin care and cosmetic products to help their skin, but that there are few options for the women themselves.
“The problem is that women have very limited options,” he said.
“For women, the cost is very high and there are no products that are affordable,” Zaki added.
According to Zaki the seawrop and the seaworn oil are used in cosmetic products that include face masks, body treatments and eye care products.
The research was conducted on more than a thousand women between the ages of 20 and 65.
The study included more than 10,000 women from different ethnic groups, including Palestinians, Arabs, Turks and Kurds, from various countries, including Israel.
The results were presented in the Journal of Cosmetic Dermatologic Sciences.