We love Omega oils, and so does our skin 🥑

Omega-3 fats are among the most studied nutrients🥑
They are healthy fats, abundant in foods like fish, seafood, and plant foods like walnuts, flax seeds, hemp seeds, and chia seeds. They’re subdivided into three types: alpha-linolenic acid (ALA), eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA), and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA).
Omega-3 fats are renowned for their powerful health benefits, including their potential to fight depression, lower inflammation, and reduce markers of heart disease. Plus, one lesser-known perk is that they benefit your skin and hair.
Omega-3s moisturise the skin and fight red, dry, or itchy skin caused by skin disorders like atopic dermatitis and psoriasis.
That’s because omega-3s appear to improve skin barrier function, sealing in moisture and keeping out irritants. (1)
Omega-3s may accelerate wound healing, boost hair growth, reduce hair loss.
A diet and skincare rich in omega-3s may help prevent or reduce the severity of acne.
Omega-3s have been shown to reduce inflammation, and new evidence suggests that acne may be primarily caused by inflammation.
A few studies have reported a decrease in acne lesions when supplementing with omega-3s, either alone or in combination with other nutrients.
Omega-3 supplements also appear to reduce the side effects of isotretinoin, a drug commonly used to treat severe or resistant acne. (1)

1. (www.healthline.com/nutrition/omega-3-benefits-on-skin-and-hair)