Little of it treats dry skin
Dr. Sami Abu Raya, a professor of fruit at the National Research Center, explained that almond oil has many uses in treating dry and cracked skin, as it contains many minerals and high levels of vitamin E, a powerful antioxidant that helps delay skin aging.
Almond oil also contains calcium, magnesium and essential fatty acids that help treat sensitive and dry skin, and almond oil contains 57% of fatty oils and fatty acids, the most important of which are oleic acid and linoleic acid.
Dr. Abu Raya added (to Arabic) that a number of researchers found that eating a handful of almonds helps prevent heart disease by reducing total cholesterol levels, and a study conducted at the University of California confirmed that the antioxidants in almond peels positively affect public health. Especially when the fruits are eaten with the peel, which contributes to the vitality of the skin and hair.
He noted that almonds do not cause weight gain. Where it was found that if you eat almonds with a high-fat food, the body does not absorb all the fats contained in the food, and thus it does not enter the digestion process and is excreted out, which makes almonds a healthy food that reduces the calories that enter the body.
Several studies have also indicated the role of almonds in lowering cholesterol levels and reducing the risk of heart disease.