The seeds are used to produce linseed oil. It provides lovely and healthy skin and hair and is especially excellent for cosmetic uses.
Linseed oil hydrates the skin and gives the tissue flexibility and resilience when it is applied topically. It has linoleic acid, which promotes suppleness and aids in controlling moisture levels. Linseed oil can be applied to both face and body skin, and it is especially beneficial for elbows and knees because they have a tendency to dry out the skin more quickly. To avoid dryness and redness, linseed oil can also be used in place of hand cream. While doing household chores or other tasks that exert a lot of stress on the skin, this is especially helpful.
For the hair: Linseed oil moisturizes and rebuilds the structure of the hair fiber to help prevent and naturally minimize split ends.
After shampooing, adding a few drops of linseed oil to the hair will also help reduce frizz and give the hair luster and a healthy appearance. Towel-dried hair is treated with oil. An effective natural solution to rebuild the hair fiber and give the hair elasticity and luster is to apply one or two tablespoons of linseed oil to the hair 30 minutes before washing. It controls sebum production, maintains scalp normalcy, and aids in the fight against dandruff. Apply a few drops of linseed oil to your scalp before washing your hair.