Grape Seed Oil

It helps to keep skin younger looking and hair stronger and more luxurious.

Grape Seed Oil

Uses:  Grapeseed has a high value in the cosmetics industry since it is a good source of Vitamin E. It helps to keep skin younger looking and hair stronger and more luxurious. It can be added to cosmetics, or used directly from the bottle to smooth and soften the skin. It contains a higher percentage of linoleic acid than many other carrier oils. It’s suitable for both men and women, and can also be used for shaving, and encouraging growth and thickness of hair. Grapeseed Oil also helps in various skin conditions such as reducing wrinkles and scars, acne prevention, skin moisturising, and treatment for suntan. Cold-pressed or expeller-pressed grapeseed oil can be part of a healthy diet, when consumed in moderation. It has a neutral flavour and works well with many recipes.

Description: Grape seed oil is pressed from the seeds of grapes, and is thus an abundant by-product of winemaking. For thousands of years, grapes have been harvested globally for both their medicinal and nutritional properties. Grapeseed oil has been shown to have strong anti-oxidant. Sodium Grapeseedate is the sodium salt of grape seed fatty acids. (Grape) seed oil is used in a wide range of products including, soaps and detergents, cuticle softeners, make-up products, and skin and hair care products. Sodium Grapeseedate is primarily used in soaps. The grape is thought to have been growing wild throughout the world long before the arrival of humans. Our most common grape is one of the oldest cultivated plants. Grape seed oil is delicate and light-coloured. Because the oil is odourless, it is the most commonly used carrier oil in aromatherapy.

  • Botanical Name:Vitis Vinifera
  • Common Name:Angoor Beej in Hindi, Grape Seed in English
  • Native Country:India
  • Parts Used: Seed
  • Extraction Method:Cold Processed
  • Aroma: Faint, Sweet Scent

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