Vitamins and minerals are distributed differently within different parts of the sea buckthorn plant. This means that different parts of the plant have different health properties. See this guide to understand the differences in the two oils.
Ingesting for optimal health
Sea buckthorn oil can be taken orally right out of the dropper. If you don’t want to consume the oil directly, it can be dropped into smoothies, salad dressing, sauces or any food or beverages that you make at home. Sea buckthorn soft gels are the most convenient way to take oils and they are the most popular method for our customers. If you aren’t sure which method will be best for you check out this post.
Apply externally for beautiful skin
Sea buckthorn oils work wonders on cuts and burns. It can also be applied to acne, rosacea and psoriasis. Use either oil topically as a facial mask treatment for dry skin. Here are some suggestions for skin care items that can be enhanced with sea buckthorn oil.
- Hair Conditioner – Get silky, shiny hair with less frizz and a healthier scalp
- Shaving Cream – Moisturize skin, get a closer shave
- Facial and Body Lotion – Get smoother, more supple skin and reduce the appearance of blemishes and Rosacea
- Mouthwash – Sea buckthorn berry oil is great for supporting the delicate tissues of the gums.
- Sunscreen – Extra protection against UV induced stress
If you aren’t into the thought of using oils on your skin or taking a DIY approach, don’t forget our full skincare line.
For best results, especially for skin issues, we suggest using sea buckthorn oils both internally and externally.