Sea buckthorn oil

Sea buckthorn oil food supplement

Sea Buckthorn Oil: An Essential Supplement

Food supplements with sea buckthorn oil are gaining in popularity due to the many properties of this thorny shrub that produces small yellow-orange berries. Sea buckthorn oil is extracted from these berries. There are two types of oil: one derived from its seeds, and the other derived from the fruit pulp. Both are rich in active nutrients, and are especially known for their high content in monounsaturated (oil from the fruit pulp) and polyunsaturated (oil from the seeds) fatty acids.

Sea buckthorn is the only known plant containing omega 3, 6, 7 and 9 fatty acids. Consequently, its oil has been used for thousands of years as a beauty treatment for the skin and mucosa, as an energy booster, and to treat many diseases. For the record, the botanical name of sea buckthorn, Hippophae rhamnoides, literally means: “tree that makes the horses shine”, because the ancient Greeks used it as feed to improve their horse’s vitality and make their coat shinier.

The antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and antiviral properties of sea buckthorn oil result not only from its high essential fatty acid content, but also from its high levels of powerful antioxidants, vitamins and minerals that are excellent for the skin, provide internal benefits and slow down the aging process.

To take full advantage of its long list of benefits on skin beauty and health, regular intake of a food supplement with sea buckthorn oil can be recommended.

Sea Buckthorn Oil Supplement: Skin Beauty Properties

Sea buckthorn oil is one of the oils that offers the most benefits, especially because it contains many fatty acids. But what distinguishes it mainly from other vegetable oils is its high content in omega 7 (palmitoleic acid), the rarest of all fatty acids.

The unique fatty acid and vitamin composition of sea buckthorn oil offers many benefits to promote skin beauty. It is traditionally used in cosmetology and in food supplements to soften skin and reduce dryness.

In addition, the orange colour of sea buckthorn berries comes from their high content in carotenoids, particularly beta carotene, a precursor of vitamin A for the maintenance of normal skin.

In addition, the orange colour of sea buckthorn berries comes from their high content in carotenoids, particularly beta carotene, a precursor of vitamin A for the maintenance of normal skin.


Glisodin

Which Food Supplement with Sea Buckthorn Oil Should I Choose?

GliSODin Anti-aging : this food supplement combines sea buckthorn oil and krill oil to deeply nourish and hydrate the skin, while preserving its elasticity.

Choose your food supplement with sea buckthorn oil