Grapeseed Oil

Natures Bath & Body

$ 6.50 

Grapeseed oil is a light yellow oil that is derived from crushing grape seeds to extract the oil. It’s a by-product of winemaking, and ensures that all portions of the fruit are used. It’s specifically made from wine grapes—Vitis vinifera—rather than the edible kind from your grocer. It has a light, pleasant taste, and a high smoking point, so it’s perfect for cooking or for adding to raw food recipes. Grapeseed oil also has many benefits for balancing problematic skin, and healing blemishes and scars. Grapeseed oil contains vitamins, minerals, proteins, lipids, carbohydrates and antioxidants. 

Grapeseed oil is suitable for your skin because of its healing properties.

Some benefits of this oil include:

  • Moisturizes
  • Reduces age spots
  • Alleviates itchiness
  • Reduces acne
  • Reduces stretch marks
  • Works as a nail/cuticle treatment

5 Ways Grapeseed Oil Can Benefit Problem Skin

Since grapeseed oil has many natural compounds it can also naturally benefit the skin in many ways. Here are 5 ways that you can use grapeseed oil to help heal your skin.

  1. Moisturizer for skin. Normally if you used an oil on your skin you’d find it too greasy, but grapeseed oil is nice and light, and will leave your skin feeling soft and smooth. It has a light fragrance that won’t be noticed once it’s been applied to your skin.
  2. Perfect for sensitive skin. Many people with sensitive skin can’t use regular moisturizers or lotions as they’re packed with ingredients that can cause itchy red inflammation. But grapeseed oil is safe and should not cause allergic reactions in most people, as it’s considered one of the hypo-allergenic oils.
  3. Skin-tightening properties. This oil contains natural astringent properties. This results in skin toning and skin tightening.
  4. Rebalances oily skin. Experts say that oily skin is caused by the over-production of oil because the skin thinks it’s dry. Using a non-comedogenic type of moisturizer such as grapeseed oil will provide the nourishment your skin needs, and help to rebalance your oily skin.
  5. Moisturizes your scalp. Using this oil on your scalp will not only soften your hair, but discourage the production of fungus that leads to dandruff.

5 Skin Conditions That Grapeseed Oil Can Heal

Grapeseed oil is commonly used for a variety of purposes, but if you have problematic skin, you can also use it to heal your skin condition too.

  1. Reduce wrinkles and scars. Have you noticed how many creams and lotions you see in the stores use a grapeseed oil base? This is because the oil is light with many beneficial properties. It contains vitamin D and antioxidants that will help to reduce fine wrinkles and lines over time.
  2. Healing and prevention of acne. Acne can be a problematic skin condition that can cause scars over time. The polyphenols contained in the oil provide anti-inflammatory properties to help the blemishes to heal up, while the astringent properties of the oil help to keep the colonies of bacteria that cause acne in check.
  3. Prevent and decrease stretch marks. There are a variety of causes for stretch marks, from a sudden growth spurt in the teens, to sudden weight loss, and also pregnancy. When the skin rapidly changes it can cause the connecting fibres in the dermal layer to tear and stretch. This results in an upper layer of long red lines. These lines eventually turn silver or white. These lines are unsightly, and if left alone, may only slightly improve over time. It’s generally agreed that treatment should begin during a pregnancy, and several weeks past the birth of a child to reduce these lines, as it’s more difficult to remove them once they are set. You may also spread oil on the skin to decrease any unsightly stretch marks caused by growth spurts or sudden weight loss.
  4. Dark under eye circles. Under eye circles can make your face appear dull and lifeless, and give you the look that you’re always tired, even when you’re not. Grapeseed oil is safe to apply around your eyes, and is much better than using a store brand of cream or lotion, which can cause burning if you get it in your eyes. Grapeseed oil is natural and won’t cause any eye irritation or harm if it gets into your eyes.
  5. Scars. Grapeseed oil can also be used to heal up new or old scars. The sooner the better, but it can also provide healing properties to scars that have been around for years too, so they slowly fade away.

How to Use Grapeseed Oil to Restore Healthy Skin

Grapeseed oil is simple and easy to use. You can simply pour out a few drops onto your fingertips and use it to rub into your skin. You may wish to use these tips for optimal benefits.

  • Wash your face at least twice a day.
  • Place about three drops of oil on your face.
  • Gently use your fingertips to rub the oil in.
  • If you put on too much, use a tissue to pat your face.
  • Apply the oil after each time you wash your face.
  • Use the oil on face, scalp, hair, or body.
  • If you’re treating a specific problematic area, dot an extra drop of oil on that region: under eyes, dry elbows or knees, blemished chin, etc.

Ingredients:  100% Pure Grapeseed Oil.

Botanical name: Vitis vinifera
Aromatic description: A bland odor.
Oil Origin: Seed
Extraction: Cold Pressed
Origin: Italy


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