SBT Seabuckthorn Fruit Oil
Sustainable Omega 7 10 mL
SBT Seabuckthorn Amazing Omega 7 Vegan Fruit Oil contains the rich red oil from the flesh of the sea buckthorn berry and is known for its high Omega 7, beta carotene, and naturally high vitamin E content; the most abundant vitamins in the fruit oil are the carotenoids with 41 identified so far.  Seabuckthorn fruit oil is the most potent plant source of Omega 7 (palmitoleic acid (C16:1))  of the only 2 plant sources, with values as high as 34%. The fruit oil is also a valuable source of tocopherols, tocotrienols, and plant sterols. Seabuckthorn Fruit Oil has demonstrated effectiveness at regenerating damaged skin, reducing fatty liver, inhibiting bacterial growth, and maintaining healthy mucous membranes including the relief of dry eyes, acid reflux, vaginal dryness as well as treating oral and stomach ulcers.

  • Powerful anti-inflammatory that soothes heart, digestive, & mucosal  health
  • Sustainable plant sourced Omega 7
  • USDA Organic Certified, non-GMO
  • Vegan & Cruelty Free
  • Can be taken internally & applied topically (dilute with carrier oil or into favourite serum/moisturizer)
  • 100% pure – no carrier oils or fillers

Ingredients:  USDA Organic Seabuckthorn Fruit Oil
Directions:  Ingest up to ½ tsp. per day. To use topically add a couple drops to your favourite serum, moisturizer, or carrier oil.

Made in Canada, Gluten Free, Natural, Vegan, Soy Free, Nut Free, Sugar Free, Non-GMO, & Organic

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Tara: more than a year ago

A fantastic oil! Do not use straight on skin, as the orange/red pigment from the berries will stain or cause unwanted colouring. I use it in honemade cosmetic recipes and find a little goes a long way, while providing a great result. Also is great in homemade lip balms- provides great nourishment and a hint of colour.

Amanda: more than a year ago

A drop or two added to your moisturiser at night helps heal acne, but there's a bit of a problem with the colour of the oil-you look a bit jaundiced, and, if used too many days in a row, you can still notice it in the morning. I've used other seabuckthorn oils that weren't as dark, which would be a better choice for the face.

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