There are two kinds of sea buckthorn oil: seed oil and fruit oil. They are both derived from the small, nutrient rich, yellow-orange berries, which are about one-third the size of a blueberry. The seed oil is extracted from the small dark seeds, while the fruit oil comes from the fleshy pulp.
Promote skin health
Help with weight management
Help prevent dementia and Alzheimer’s disease
Promote healing of ulcer and gastroesophageal reflux disease
Relieves dry eyes
Main applications of Seabuckthorn seed oil
Health food field
Shelflife & storage
Stored in a well-closed container in cool place (10-25C), keep away from sunlight and moisture. 2 years if sealed and stored in the recommended conditions.