Prickly pear (seed); barbary fig
Cold pressing of the seeds
Possibly Mexico, although the plant has been domesticated in many countries of the world
A cacti with flat, rounded cladodes (in place of leaves), long, sharp spikes, flowers in the spring, and small, round fruits. The flowers are white, yellow or red and the red-purple fruits contain the seeds.
Omega 9: 15-30%
Omega 6: 50-65%
Omega 3: 1.5% -4%
Hazlenut and Squalane oils for a sebum balancing skincare product. Adding Geranium Rose and Palmarosa essential oils may help further enhance the effect,
- Regular use of Prickly Pear Seed Oil can help keep your skin elastic, smooth and firm and can help give your skin a natural luminescence.
- It feels very light on the skin and spreads and absorbs easily.
- It helps your skin feel velvety soft
- Helps to reduce the size of large pores
- Ideal to use as a nail cuticle oil
- It helps to combat the signs of ageing from the sun as well as from the wind
- It can help to facilitate wound healing and minimise scar formation
- Prickly Pear Seed Oil helps to condition and protect the hair without adding weight.
- It helps to soften the hair whilst maintaining ideal sebum levels in the scalp. You may add between 5-10ml / g per 100ml / g of your regular shampoo or conditioner bottle.
- It is excellent for dandruff reduction and keeping the hair flexible and strong.
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Prickly Pear Seed Oil