Using Sea Buckthorn Oil  

By Admin Email , published Feb 5, 2016

There are different vitamins and minerals in each part of the sea buckthorn plant. So, different parts of the plant have different health properties. See this guide to understand the differences in the two oils. Once you understand how the oils differ, you'll have a better grasp of what using sea buckthorn oil will be like. As a result, you will get more out your sea buckthorn and better benefits.


Many Different Benefits

Almost every part of the body can benefit from sea buckthorn oil. Since it is full of fatty acids and antioxidants, sea buckthorn has so many applications. Beauty, anti-aging and overall health can be supported by sea buckthorn oil supplementation. Best of all, there is more than just one way to use sea buckthorn oil. Our oils are the purest on the market. Consequently, you can eat them, slather them on your skin and add them to your favorite DIY projects!


Ingesting for Optimal Health

You can take sea buckthorn oil right out of the dropper. While some people love the flavor, not everyone is used to natural oils. You can add the oils to juices and smoothies to cover the taste. Sea buckthorn oil soft gels are the most convenient way to take oils. They are the most popular method for our customers. Just take 2-4 capsules per day on an empty stomach. If you aren’t sure which method will be best for you check out Seabuck Wonders.

  Using Sea Buckthorn

Apply Externally for Beautiful Skin

Sea buckthorn oils work wonders on cuts and burns. Apply it to acne, rosacea and psoriasis. Use either oil as a topical facial mask treatment for dry skin. Enhance the following skincare items 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. 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. (Not a replacement for sunscreen)

Don't want to use oils on your skin? Try our full skincare line. It's the easy way to get topical sea buckthorn benefits.

DIY Projects and Recipes

Sea buckthorn oils have so many benefits that you can incorporate them into many kinds of home made cosmetics and recipes. Check out some of the recipes we have developed. Sea Buckthorn Detox Smoothie Winter Hydration Hair Mask  Sea Buckthorn Lip Balm Recipe Sea Buckthorn Burn Salve


How to Get the Best Results

Finally, we suggest using sea buckthorn supplements and topical application for best results. This will be most noteworthy for those taking sea buckthorn for skin issues. Sea buckthorn supplementation is great for the skin but topical use will bring it to the next level.

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