Sea Buckthorn Fruit Oil

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Common name Sea Buckthorn Fruit Oil
Botanical name   Hippophae rhamnoides
Description   Yellow brown to red brown
Main  GC components
Palmitoloeic 30-35%
Palmitic 30-35%
Linoleic 10-12%
Oleic 8-10%
Plant parts used Fruit pulp
Extraction method    Cold pressing
Origin China



Due to its nourishing, revitalising and restorative qualities, sea buckthorn fruit oil is becoming an increasingly popular additive to anti-aging cosmetic products. The oil contains high levels of nutrients which are essential for skin revitalisation, and is used to combat wrinkles, dryness, and other signs of malnourished or prematurely aging skin. 

Seabuckthorn fruit oil is a natural agent which may be a useful for various dermatological conditions. The oil is used in China and Russia to to treat skin burns resulting from radiation exposure.

Seabuckthorn fruit oil is extremely high in fatty acids, containing a combined 65% palmitoleic and palmitic acids, levels which are extremely rare to find in such high quantity. The oil is a rich source of vitamin C, tocopherols (vitamin E), carotenoids (vitamin A), tocotrienols, and plant sterols. Seabuckthorn contains the vitamins B1, B2, K & P, as well as various flavonoids.


Skin: Revitalisation, anti-aging

This product is intended for external use only