Drop of Health

Grape seed oil is a powerful antioxidant full of beneficial natural elements.

In cosmetics, grape seed oil is great for all skin types, but it is especially suitable for oily and mixed skin. It is absorbed quickly, gives a silky feeling and does not leave a greasy mark on the skin. Grape seed oil balances sebum secretion, is helpful for treating cellulite, dilated and cracked capillaries, as well as, enlarged pores. It reduces skin redness and acne. It also restores split ends, stimulates the growth of thicker, longer and softer hair and gives it shine. Since it penetrates well into the skin, it is also used in aromatherapy.

Grape seed oil is culinary intriguing and cosmetic all-round. It is a good nutritional source of two molecules of vitamin E complex, alpha-tocopherol and gamma-tocopherol, and enriches your diet. In cosmetics, grape seed oil is pleasing to all skin types, even oily and combined skin. It is quickly absorbed and protects against drying out and nourishing the skin due to its vitamin E and linoleic acid content.


It firms and tones the skin, and protects it from the harmful effects of the sun. Mix a few drops into your day cream or face mask.

It stimulates the growth of thicker, longer and softer hair. Evenly distribute a few drops with a comb along the entire length of your hair.

It stimulates circulation, strengthens immunity and has an antibacterial effect. Make your own peeling from grape seed flour and oil.


Studies have shown that cold-pressed grape seed oil can raise good cholesterol and lower bad cholesterol and triglycerides, and consequently reduce the risk of heart disease, stroke and diabetes.


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