Sea Buckthorn oil

Hafþyrnir olía

Er úrvals olía, sem ver okkur fyrir sólinni og kemur í veg fyrir allskyns húðvandamál, byggir upp húðina á heilbrigðan máta.

May protect your skin

Sea buckthorn oil has been used as a traditional skin treatment for centuries.

It’s rich in unsaturated fat, antioxidants, phytosterols, carotenoids, and vitamins E and K — all of which function together to protect your skin’s integrity and promote its renewal (2Trusted Source).

Sea buckthorn oil is also rich in palmitoleic acid, which is a type of fat naturally found in human skin that can be used to treat burns and promote wound healing (2Trusted Source).

It’s also a good source of linoleic acid (LA), an omega-6 fatty acid that’s the most abundant fatty acid in human skin. Research suggests that LA may reduce acne and psoriasis, as well as protect against dry or scaly skin (4Trusted Source).

In addition to LA, sea buckthorn oil contains other omega-6 fats, such as gamma linolenic acid (GLA), which may help reduce eczema and improve acne (4Trusted Source).

Furthermore, compounds in sea buckthorn oil appear promising in protecting your skin from the damaging effects of UV rays from the sun (5Trusted Source).

Perhaps unsurprisingly, sea buckthorn is commonly added to various pro-aging or wrinkle-reducing products. It’s also a common ingredient in products intended to treat dry, irritated, flaky or itchy skin (6Trusted Source).

Healthline.com

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