Organic Himalayan Sea Buckthorn Berry Oil Liquid, 1.76 oz, Seabuck Wonders
Originating in the coastal areas of Europe and Asia, sea buckthorn is a tall flowering shrub in the relatively uncommon Elaeagnaceae family. Garnering its name from its arid seaside habitat and distinct thorns, the plant bears small orange fruit that is harvested for its oil. Derived from berry pulp and seeds, sea buckthorn oil has a musky citrus scent and is renowned for its support of the skin. Due its potency, sea buckthorn oil is best used with small amounts in a carrier oil. Plant Part Used Berries and seeds Extraction Method Cold-pressed or CO2-extracted Aroma Medium-strong. Musky, sweet, and passion fruit-like. Benefits Refreshing and rejuvenating. Instills feelings of youthful exuberance. Encourages soothing and "resetting" of the mind. Blends Well With Bergamot, Calendula, Carrot Root, Carrot Seed, Cistus, Copaiba Balsam, Elemi, Geranium, Helichrysum, Lavender, Lime, Neroli, Orange, Rosemary History of Sea Buckthorn A cornerstone of traditional Asian wellness practices, sea buckthorn has been a well-kept health and beauty secret until recently! The fruit yields two different oils: Dark orange-reddish oil with a stronger aroma from its pulp, and lighter yellowish oil with a subtler scent from its seeds. These oils, which carry a fresh, sweet and tangy fragrance, may be combined or made available separately. In part due to its namesake thorns, the fruit is notoriously difficult to harvest, and it takes a large quantity to produce a small amount of oil. These factors make sea buckthorn oil highly sought-after, especially in cosmetic, skin-care and even hair-care applications. Using Sea Buckthorn Oil All essential oil blends are for aromatherapy use only and are not for ingesting! Turn Back the Clock This anti-aging blend, diluted in soothing jojoba carrier oil, forms an advanced botanical serum that helps rejuvenate skin. 1 ounce
Is your face and skin dried out by winter low humidity? Russians have used Sea Buckthorn Oil for many years. If it can protect them from January in Siberia, it can moisturize and soothe your skin. By moisturizing your skin, nourishing it with antioxidants and essential fatty acids and soothing the inflammation, you can transform your complexion into a face you'll be proud to show off when you post selfies on Facebook. Sea Buckthorn is a hardy shrub that thrives in mountainous areas, originally the Himalaya Mountains. It's been used in Indian Ayurvedic medicine for thousands of years and it's mentioned in ancient Tibetan texts. Sea Buckthorn oil can be derived from both the plant's berries and its seeds. These oils share a lot of characteristics and both are beneficial. Our Sea Buckthorn oil is a mixture of both: oil from the berries and oil from the seeds. The fatty acids in the seed oil are primarily from Omega 3 and Omega 6 fatty acids. The fruit oil contains more monounsaturated and Omega 7 oils. Therefore, our Sea Buckthorn oil gives you a broad spectrum of all the benefits of the Sea Buckthorn plant. If you apply a lot of it, it can stain your skin yellow or orange. So, mix it with another oil such as olive or coconut. Sea Buckthorn Oil is light, and absorbs easily into your skin without leaving an oily residue. Ships in a dark amber glass bottle to preserve product freshness. Store in a cool, dark place. Comes with a Peace of Mind 30-day full satisfaction or your money back guarantee. Buy 2 bottles of Sea Buckthorn Oil today. One bottle for yourself, one to give to a friend.