Suturing Seabuckthorn Seed Oil is the summit of all salves to smooth out rough cuticles, dry patches, chapped skin, and post-sun skin in need of soothing. As a silky stalwart of omega fatty acids and antioxidants, it nourishes, repairs, and protects with exceptional emolliency.
Botanical Name: Hippophae rhamnoides
Botanical Name: Elaeagnaceae
Extraction Method: Cold pressed
Part of Plant Distilled: Seeds
Country of Origin: India
Cultivation Method: Organic
Composition: 100% Hippophae rhamnoides
Blends well with: Jojoba, Red Raspberry Seed Carrier Oil, Seabuckthorn Berry Essential Oil, Rose Otto, Frankincense, Lavender, Sweet Thyme, Palmarosa, Myrrh, Fragonia, Neroli, and Clary Sage.
Uses: Excellent skin conditioning emollient and carrier for botanical essences. Smooth on before and after sunbathing to maximize the rays. Massage into cuticles, rough heels and elbows, dry itchy patches. Rehydrates parched skin.
Constituents: Rare omega-7 fatty acids (palmitoleic acid), 30% omega 3 fatty acid, 35% omega 6 fatty acid, and a juicy 15% omega 9 fatty acids. It also contains antioxidants, vitamin C, flavonoids, polyphenols, polysaccharides, tocopherols, tocotrienols, and plant sterols.
Skin issues are carried away with Seabuckthorn Seed Carrier Oil crafted by cold pressing the nutrient-dense seeds of Seabuckthorn berries. The nutrients naturally found in the oil this carrier oil fresh and lively and repair and regenerate the skin.
This super seed oil is a treasure trove of omega fatty acids including a rich rarity of omega-7 fatty acids, which are a natural component of skin lipids. These particular OFAs suture and seal the skin; they improve elasticity, smooth regeneration, and help skin elude the appearance of scars.
The abundance of antioxidants in our Seabuckthorn Seed Carrier Oil has broad-range botanical benefits for sun-skin harmonization. It may provide a light canopy during long days of outdoor play and may help the skin dodge post-sun disturbances, according to Antioxidants journal. Pairing it with Red Raspberry Seed Oil may double the sun-fun. Although plant oils offer qualities of harmonizing our skin to the sun's rays, always test what works best for your skin and time in the sun as skin and melanin levels vary.