Radish Seed Oil

Radish Seed Oil can be used as a daily serum for hair, skin and nails.

Radish Seed Oil

Uses:  Radish seed oil contains a unique fatty acid composition that makes it similar to the silicone you’ll find in shampoos (silicone is the ingredient that makes your hair shine and is used in countless hair products) called erucic acid. This omega-9 fatty acid gives your hair a velvety, natural glow without loading your follicles with deleterious chemicals. Cold pressed radish seed oil is very emollient and easily absorbed, making it an excellent moisturizer and helping your skin and hair stay supple.  Apply to skin and hair. Good for all skin and hair types. Radish seed oil is an excellent addition to cosmetic applications, personal care formulations, soaps, and hair formulations Radish Seed Oil can be used as a daily serum for hair, skin and nails. The Radish Seed Oil sinks in quickly without leaving an oily film and nourishes skin from within thereby giving it a glow. As a hair serum, Radish Seed Oil smoothens the hair follicles and makes hair more manageable. In addition, Radish Seed Oil has a beneficial effect on brittle nails.

Description: Radishes are annual or biennial Brassicaceae’s crops grown for their swollen tap roots which can be globular, tapering, or cylindrical. The root skin colour ranges from white through pink, red, purple, yellow, and green to black, but the flesh is usually white. The roots obtain their colour from anthocyanins. Red varieties use the anthocyanin pelargonidin as a pigment, and purple cultivars obtain their colour from cyanidin, Smaller types have a few leaves about 13 cm long with round roots up to 2.5 cm in diameter or more slender, long roots up to 7 cm long. Both of these are normally eaten raw in salads. A longer root form, including oriental radishes, daikon or mooli, and winter radishes, grows up to 60 cm long with foliage about 60 cm high with a spread of 45 cm. The flesh of radishes harvested timely is crisp and sweet, but becomes bitter and tough if the vegetable is left in the ground too long. Leaves are arranged in a rosette. They have a lyrate shape, meaning they are divided pinnately with an enlarged terminal lobe and smaller lateral lobes. The white flowers are borne on a racemose inflorescence. The fruits are small pods which can be eaten when young.

  • Botanical Name:Raphanus sativus
  • Common Name:Mooli Beej in Hindi, Radish in English
  • Native Country:India
  • Parts Used: Seeds
  • Extraction Method:Cold Processed
  • Aroma: Mild Characteristic Scent

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