There are lots of different oils all over the world. But do we know which oil is best for you to use? Worry no more since we gathered some of the most popular cooking oils.

Avocado Oil – This oil contains lutein, an antioxidant that improves eye health. Avocado oil is also loaded with heart-healthy monounsaturated fats that are proven to improve cholesterol numbers. It’s used to heal wounds and it is effective in the treatment of skin conditions such as eczema and the like.

-Health Benefits: May lower your blood pressure, treat skin conditions, improve arthritis symptoms and prevent gum disease.

-Uses: Cooking Oil, mouthwash, and skin Moisturizer

Hemp Oil – This oil contains more necessary fatty acids than any plant-based oil in the world. It contains n-6 fatty acid, which proven to improve skin conditions. It also contains n-3 fatty acid, that may reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes.

-Health Benefits: Contains an essential fatty acid called DHA for brain development, promotes healthy flora in the intestines and may boost immunity. Also supports healthy skin, nail, hair and the like.

-Uses: Salad Dressing, massage oil, moisturizers and lip balm.

Almond Oil – This oil is rich in folic acid, magnesium, monounsaturated fats, phytosterols, Vitamins A, B, and E as well as n-3 fatty acids. Almond oil is often used for both hair and skin since it’s a great moisturizer and conditioner. Not only that, it also prevents hair from future breakage and repair split ends.

-Health Benefits: May regulate blood pressure and may lower your cholesterol. Regenerate skin cells, relieve redness and itching. It also improves blood circulation, boosts immunity and prevents hair loss.

-Uses: Relieves muscle and joint pain, used to treat chapped lips and remove the dark under eye circles.

Grapeseed Oil – This oil is a good source of Vitamin E and oleic acid, a fatty acid that significantly decreases the risk of stroke. The antioxidants of this oil are powerful enough to protect skin against UV radiation. You can make your own natural sunscreen through this oil and use it. Just make sure you will only purchase cold-pressed grapeseed oil since other processes of extracting oil from grapeseed involve high heat and harsh chemicals such as hexane and the like.

-Health Benefits: Antioxidant, anti-aging, anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial.

-Uses: For hair loss, hypertension, high cholesterol levels, and diabetes. Also used for chapped lips, and sunburn.

Coconut Oil – This oil is one of the most common oil all over the world. This is known for all around oil for your deepest darkest need. This oil is very great to use in cooking, as it is 90% saturated fat. Coconut Oil is rich in Lauric acid, a saturated fatty acid with a 12-carbon atom chain. It also works as a great moisturizer for lips, hair, and skin.

-Health Benefits: Fights viruses, fungus, bacteria and moisturize the skin. Assist in weight loss and increase mental clarity. It also reduces inflammation and may boost your immunity.

-Uses: Personal lubricant, massage oil, natural deodorant, teeth whitener, hair smoothing serum and conditioner, and use to moisturize skin.