Meadowfoam Seed Oil
Meadowfoam Seed Oil

Meadowfoam Seed Oil

  • Botanical Name: Limnanthes Alba
  • Plant Part: Seeds
  • Method of Extraction: Cold Pressed
  • Country of Origin: USA
  • Color/Consistency: Light Yellow Color with Thick Consistency
  • Aroma: Odorless
$8.97 - $18.97
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Meadowfoam Seed Oil is mostly made up of long-chain fatty acids, and this profile makes it one of the most stable vegetable oils. As a result, Meadowfoam has many applications in cosmetics, hair care products, and as a carrier oil in aromatherapy. Meadowfoam is an annual flowering plant native to California and Oregon. The seeds of the plant contain about 20%-30% oil, which is extracted by cold pressing.  

Specific Benefits of Meadowfoam Seed Oil as follows:

Moisturizes dry skin Meadowfoam seed oil quickly forms a protective barrier to prevent excessive evaporation of moisture that leads to dry, cracked skin. Thanks to its unique fatty acid profile, it absorbs quickly without leaving behind a greasy feeling. 
Reduces wrinkles and other signs of agingAlong with its stable fatty acids, Meadowfoam oil contains several powerful anti-inflammatory and antioxidant substances such as vitamin C and vitamin E. As a result, it is an essential part of many anti-aging and anti-wrinkle cosmetic products. 
Repairs damaged hairIn the same way that it protects the skin, Meadowfoam carries benefits for hair. Its fatty acid profile ensures repair for dry, damaged hair, and gives a lustrous shine.

Recipes We Love:

Facial tonic: 
1 oz. Meadowfoam Seed Oil 

For shiny, lustrous hair: 
1 oz. Meadowfoam Seed Oil 
Mix the Meadowfoam Seed Oil and the Yarrow Essential Oil, and then apply the blend to your scalp and to the roots of your hair. Allow it to sit for a half hour and then wash it out with your usual shampoo.   

Skin moisturizer: 
1 oz. Meadowfoam Seed Oil 

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