Orange Seed - Carrier Oil

Citrus aurantium dulcis

Orange Seed Oil is cold-pressed from the seeds of the zesty Citrus sinensis cultivated in sunny orchards of Indian countryside. Orange Seed Oil is an anti-aging powerhouse, with natural zinc and Vitamin C to increase skin's firmness and protective Vitamin E to shield the skin from environmental stressors.

Not to be confused with its essential oil counterpart, this is a cold-pressed carrier seed oil. Despite it being extracted from the seeds, it still carry a beautiful slight tangy aroma, just not as powerful as the Orange essential oil version.

Extraction Method - Cold Pressed
Parts Used - Seeds

Other Names - Seville Orange, Sour Orange, Bigarade Orange

Therapeutic & Skincare

Orange Seed Oil is widely used as an emollient and a skin conditioner. It has excellent moisturising and smoothening qualities, improves the lipid barrier and revitalizes matured skin. Orange Seed Oil has remarkable skin toning capacity, which helps in averting premature sagging as well as increases the firmness of skin to a great extent.

Orange Seed Oil is enriched with antioxidant Vitamin C and micro-nutrient mineral Zinc, both of which are effective in maintaining the natural levels of collagen in our skin. Traditionally used in face masks & face creams due to its ability to soften the skin & absorb easily and of course deliver a fresh feeling.

Hair Care

Orange Seed Oil is also great for use in haircare products. It penetrates the hair shaft and leaves the hair looking shiny and healthy. It offers deep moisturising thanks to its rich source of essential fatty acids, providing hydration without leaving any trace of greasiness.

Precautions & Safety Information

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IMPORTANT NOTICE - We do not recommend that Essential Oils, Carrier Oils, or Hydrosols be taken internally unless under the supervision of a trained professional who is has qualified in clinical Aromatherapy - specifically in using these items internally. Please speak to a member of staff for more information.