Xi'an, Shaanxi, China
Member Since: 2019
Business Type: Manufacturer/Factory,Trading Company
|Product name||Grape Seed Oil|
|Latin name||Vitis vinifera|
|Main Ingredient||vitamin E,omega-6 fatty acids|
Common Method of Extraction
|Appearance||Clear Light Yellow-Green|
Information of Grapeseed Oil:
Grapeseed oil is a byproduct of winemaking. After wine is made by pressing grapes, grape seeds are left behind. Grapeseed oil is extracted from these leftover grape seeds. Grapeseed oil is used as a natural beauty product. It's also marketed as a healthy alternative to vegetable oil.
Here are some key points about grapeseed oil. More detail is in the main article.
Grape Seed Oil Production Process is as Follows:
Grape Seed Oil Health Benefits:
Grapeseed oil is an effective and cost-friendly alternative to eye cream. Being that grapeseed oil contains vitamin E-an ingredient commonly found in expensive eye creams-as well as moisturizing fatty acids, it's no wonder it works to fade even the darkest under-eye circles.
Being that grape-seed oil has anti-inflammatory properties, contains high levels of linoleic acid, and doesn't clog pores, it is a commonly used moisturizer for acne-prone and sensitive skin. While many oils tend to leave behind a residue, grapeseed oil instantly dries upon application, making it a great base under makeup.
Not only is grapeseed oil rich in Vitamin E, which has been proven to lessen the severity of scars, but it also contains linoleic acid, an essential fatty acid that has, too, been proven to speed up the healing process and decrease the formation of keloid scars.
Whether applied to the skin or consumed, grapeseed oil has been proven to protect against the sun's harsh UV rays. Being that grapeseed oil contains PTOs (proanthocyanidins), which are strong antioxidants that fight free radicals, it both lightens age spots and aids in the prevention of sun damage.
The many antioxidants found in grapeseed oil reduce inflammation and leakage in veins. Therefore, if regularly applied to the affected area, grapeseed oil will likely alleviate the appearance of spider veins and/or varicose veins.
Science says that the strong antioxidants (PTOs) in grape seeds increase collagen production, thus reducing the appearance of fine lines and stretch marks. When applied topically to the skin or taken via supplement, grape seed promotes healthy, youthful looking skin, as well as improves the skin's overall elasticity. As always, please make sure to consult your doctor before adding any sort of supplement to your diet.
Grape Seed Oil Uses:
Grape Seed Oil Blends Well with:
Rosehip Seed Oil is one of those oils which is fantastic when used on its own and doesn't really require the addition of essential oils to improve its performance. However, it's fine to add any oils that you like even if it's only to improve the aroma of the finished blend.
Essential oil Package:
10ml/50ml/100ml Amber bottles/ one liter plastic bottle/Aluminium bottle/150kgs drum or According to your requirements.
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