Raspberry seed oil - SALE

NZ $5.00

01477

Clearance, All Carrier Oils

Description

Raspberry seed oil

Rubus idaeus
cold pressed, virgin
100% pure
Colour: Deep yellow to brown
Origin: Poland

ON SALE
30ml - was $9 - now $5
50ml - was $13 - now $7
100ml - was $19 - now $12
250ml - was $35 - now $20
500ml - was $65 - now $37
1L - was $115 - now $70
5L - was $505 - now $340


Expiry 06/22

Comedogenic rating: 0-1
Average absorption rate
Good for most skin types

Raspberry seed oil is rich in antioxidants, including vitamin E, an antioxidant very important for preventing oxidative damage which can lead to premature signs of ageing; vitamin A, which can stimulate collagen production and slow the breakdown of skin’s collagen and elastin; phytosterols, which can help reduce transepidermal water loss, helping skin retain moisture; and ellagic acid, which can help prevent inflammation and tissue damage.

It is also very high in omega 3 and omega 6 essential fatty acids, which benefit the skin by regulating oil production and helping to prevent acne, plus replenishing the lipid structure of the skin, vital to maintaining your skin’s barrier, keeping it smooth, moisturised and elastic.

It is said to be helpful for dry and irritated skin, suffering from such ailments as eczema, rosacea and psoriasis.

Raspberry seed oil is said to have the ability to absorb UV light. Though this DOES NOT make it a substitution for sunscreen, it can be applied underneath sunscreen for added moisture to your everyday sun protection.

Raspberry seed oil is a light oil with an average absorption rate and low comedogenic rating, so it won’t clog pores. It’s well suited to dry, dehydrated, sensitive and mature skin types.


All our products are for external use.



Recipe
Rich raspberry seed oil cream

Water Phase

200g water
10g glycerin

Oil Phase
15g raspberry seed oil
15g emulsifier O
10g shea butter

Last Phase
2g Geogard 221
few drops essential oil

Method
1. Heat Water Phase until 65°C.
2. Heat Oil Phase until melted, then cool to 65°C.
3. Combine the two phases and blend intermittently with a stick blender until thick.
4. Add Last Phase and blend in.
5. Spoon into pots.

 

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