The main components of sesame oil are carbohydrates, vitamin E and various trace elements. Sesame oil is easy to be absorbed by the human body because of its similar proportion of fatty acids. Oleic acid accounts for about 35%~49.4%, linoleic acid accounts for about 37.7%~48.4%, and arachidonic acid accounts for about 0.4%~1.2%. Sesame oil contains less carbohydrates, with only 0.2 grams per 100 grams of sesame oil, similar to peanut oil. Vitamin E is the only vitamin contained in sesame oil, but although the species is small, but the content is high, 100 grams of sesame oil contains about 68.53 mg of vitamin E. We all know that vitamin E plays an important role in promoting skin regeneration. Sesame oil contains mineral elements such as calcium, phosphorus, sodium, magnesium, iron, zinc, copper and fierce, although these trace elements are not much needed by the human body, but also very important, especially calcium, iron and other elements closely related to human normal life activities.