As a Massage oil Grapeseed oil is rich in linoleic acid, an essential fatty acid quite important for the skin and the cell membranes. It is purported to have regenerative and restructuring qualities and has great skin moisturizing properties. Grapeseed oil is a great non- greasy oil to use,
Some of the advantages of grapeseed massage oil:
Grapeseed oil is almost odorless and has a fine texture.
The fine texture make it easily absorbed by the skin and non-greasy.
Grapeseed massage oil has mildly astringent qualities which help to tighten and tone the skin. This makes it useful for acne and other skin complaints when having a cleansing massage.
Grapeseed oil extract is rich in linoleic acid. Linoleic acid is an essential fatty acid for the skin and the cell membranes.
Grapeseed oil has regenerative and restructuring properties and has excellent skin moisturizing properties.
The smooth, silky texture makes it excellent for a relaxing massage without being greasy.
It contains vitamins, minerals, and protein, GLA, and a small amount of vitamin E.
It penetrates the skin easily bringing it moisturizing, regenerating and protecting effects.
It is said to be good for repairing skin around the eyes.
If you've run out of shaving cream, it's supposed to be great for keeping the skin lubricated.
As a Carrier oil
Prized as an ideal carrier for Aromatherapy oils Grapeseed oil facilitates the entry of essential oils into the skin and provides many other benefits as well. it is absorbed easily and is suitable for all skin types. It does not exacerbate acne, but will improve skin tone and texture because of its slightly astringent properties. your clients, young and old, will benefit from the gentle moisturizing and skin cell regenerating properties of pure, natural Grapeseed Oil. Grapeseed Oil is a thin, yet substantial oil that penetrates deeply to offer lasting moisture and protection.
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