The Doctors share the oil is filled with numerous healthy elements including vitamins A, B, and C, which is great for keeping the skin moist and retaining its elasticity. The oil is also said to have anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties that may help to reduce your risk for ance -- get The Doctors' tips for treating acne scars at home!
But less is more for black cumin seed oil and The Doctors caution to only use a few drops and then massage it into the face, as using too much can lead to clogged pores and breakouts. The panel notes the pleasant scent of the oil.
As with any new beauty product, it is wise to spot-test it on your skin before using on your face to make sure you do no react negatively.
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