Olive oil has become more or less a household staple due to its numerous uses and health benefits.
When used properly, it can help put moisture back in your skin and hair, remove paint and makeup, and polish furniture.
When ingested, it has been shown to help lower blood cholesterol, decrease blood pressure, and even help reduce inflammation.
Thousands of different types of olive oils exist from various countries all across the globe.
With so many potential benefits, both internal and external, it’s no wonder its popularity increases every year; currently, over two million tons are consumed a year all around the world.Paris's downtown shop "Olive Paris" promises the freshest olive oil from around the globe,