| Pistachio nuts (fruit), commonly known as 'Pista'(in Hindi,Gujarati,Marathi,Punjabi) also known as 'Pistha Pappu' in Telugu is from Western Asia but it is mostly also available in the Mediterranean region. Botanical name: Pistacia vera.|
Pistachios are rich in Vitamin B6, which is very important for a healthy immune system, building blood and proper blood supply throughout the body and preventing infections; The nuts are also rich in Vitamin E - an anti-oxidant essential for a healthy skin. Vitamin E helps fight skin aging process and contributes to younger looking.
Pistachio oil possesses emollient properties which help to moisturize and keep it from drying. It is used as aroma oil, medicinal massage oil etc. It happens to be naturally infused with demulcent properties which tend to have highly hydrating and smoothing effects on the skin. You can consider substituting your regular moisturizer with Pistachio oil in order to get that smooth and silky skin.
Pistachio oil contains a variety of potent antioxidants that tend to neutralize free radicals, a chief culprit behind premature aging and in ensuring soft & silky skin for a longer time. It contain a considerable amount of essential fatty acids which are vital for maintaining a healthy, glowing complexion, and insuring a robust, radiant skin all the time.
Pistachio oil has much to offer for hair care as well. Pistachio oil stimulate the hair growth, strengthening the locks. It deeply nourishes and moisturizes your hair, while improving the flexibility of hair fibers. In addition, it is also a great remedy for treating split ends, dehydrated and color damaged hair. Pistachio oil contain considerable amount of biotin which may help you combat hair-loss effectively.
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