The Benefits of Carrot Seed Oil

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Carrot seed oil is steam distilled from the dried fruit (seeds). Carrot root oil is obtained by solvent extraction of the red carrot (root) and contains high levels of carotenes.

Respected aromatherapy references suggest that it is useful for the treatment of dermatitis, eczema, psoriasis, wrinkles, and that it aids dry skin and revitalises the basal layer.

This oil is a true powerhouse in the anti-aging category! Carrot Seed oil is rich in Vitamins A, B, C, D and E. Vitamins A, C and E all are anti-oxidants that reduce free radicals (from sun damage, environmental toxins) associated with premature aging. Vitamin C also plays a role in stabilizing collagen to reduce fine lines and wrinkles.

Both Vitamins E and B improve moisture for increased elasticity and smoothness. With these rich properties, Carrot Seed oil stimulates cell growth, moisturizes, tones and increases the skins elasticity.

Carrot Seed oil also is used in hair care as it conditions hair and stimulates growth.

Our products with Carrot Seed Oil as an ingredient:

Normal to Dry Face Serum, Mature Face Serum, Potent Green Face Serum and Hair Serum.

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5 Responses so far »

  1. 1

    daria369 said,

    I didn’t know much about carrot seed oil until today – it sure sounds like something I’d gladly use on my hair and skin. Thank you for this informative post!! 🙂

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    motorpurrr said,

    When I had hives for a couple months, drank a bunch of carrot juice and it helped so much. This stuff is probably even better. Thanks 🙂

  3. 3

    Randy said,

    Very interesting. I also had not heard of carrot seed oil, but being follicly challenged I think I will give it a try. Good info.

  4. 4

    Debnet said,

    I hadn’t heard of carrot seed oil. Sounds like it could be worth exploring 😉

  5. 5

    Tony said,

    I hadn’t heard of this before either, sounds really good. I eat a lot of carrots.


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