Posts tagged gamma linolenic acid

The Benefits of Borage Seed Oil

borage seedPressed from the seeds of the beautiful Borage plant (Borago officinalis), Borage Seed Oil is known to be beneficial for both topical and internal applications. Borage Seed Oil has the highest concentration of gamma linolenic acid (GLA) naturally found, higher than in any other plant source! GLA is an Omega-6 fatty acid, an essential fatty acid. This oil restores moisture and smoothness to dry and damaged skin. Borage Seed Oil has also been used with positive results for many different skin disorders, such as psoriasis, eczema, acne, rosacea, and prematurely matured skin.

Our Potent Green Face Serum contains Borage Seed Oil.

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Plant Oil Explanations and Benefits A & B

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Almond Oil – This carrier oil is both nourishing and protective. It is high in linoleic acids, which account for its anti-inflammatory, acne reduction and moisture retention properties. Almond oil is a commonly used ingredient in beauty products as it treats and prevents dry, chapped and irritated skin.

In addition to skin, Almond oil is great for hair. It helps condition, nourish, and soften hair while stimulating hair growth!

Aloe Vera – Aloe Vera improves the skin’s ability to hydrate itself, aids in the removal of dead skin cells and encourages skin rejuvenation. This oil also has incredible moisturizing properties!

Avocado Oil – This oil is rich in vitamins and fatty acids. It is very nourishing for all skin types and especially valuable for those with eczema, psoriasis and other skin ailments.

Bergamot -This essential oil has antiseptic and wound healing properties. Bergamot helps tone the skin, clear skin irritations and is useful in the treatment of acne.

Borage Seed Oil – This oil has the highest concentration of the essential fatty acid gamma linolenic acid, necessary to maintain healthy skin, than any other plant source!

This oil restores moisture and smoothness to dry and damaged skin, and helps remedy psoriasis, eczema, acne, rosacea, and prematurely matured skin.

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