Olive Oil Is Not Just For Cooking

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For a simple and easy way to help combat dry skin, look to a common kitchen ingredient—olive oil. The essential fatty acids in the oil are not only good for your heart and brain, but can help seal moisture in your skin. Rub a small amount of extra-virgin olive oil on troublesome areas like your heels, hands, cuticles and elbows for a natural drench your skin will enjoy.

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