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Grape Seed Oil

Grape Seed Oil

Regular price Rs.900.00
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The Oil Souk's Organic Grape Seed Oil is obtain through cold press process. It can be used in its pure form as a serum on your face. Mix few drops of grapeseed oil in to your favorite moisturizing cream to seal the moisture into your skin.
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100% Pure, Unrefined, Cold pressed Grape seed Oil


Grape seed oil is a natural oil derived from the seeds of grapes. It is known for its various benefits for both skin and hair. Here are some of the key benefits of using cold-pressed grape seed oil.

For Skin:
• Grape seed oil is a lightweight and non-comedogenic oil that is easily absorbed by the skin. It helps to moisturize and hydrate the skin without leaving a greasy residue.
• It is rich in antioxidants, such as pro anthocyanidins and vitamin E, which can help protect the skin from free radical damage, reduce signs of aging, and promote a more youthful complexion.
• It’s astringent properties can help tighten and tone the skin, making it beneficial for reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
• It is non-comedogenic and can help regulate sebum production, making it suitable for individuals with oily or acne-prone skin.
• Regular use of grape seed oil may help fade scars, including acne scars and stretch marks.
• It can help repair and soothe skin damaged by UV rays, making it a useful ingredient for after-sun care.

For Hair:
• Grape seed oil is a lightweight oil that can be used as a leave-in conditioner to improve the softness and manageability of hair.
• It helps to tame frizz and reduce fly aways, leaving your hair looking smoother and shinier.
• It can moisturize the scalp and help reduce dryness and flakiness, making it beneficial for dandruff-prone hair.
• It contains linoleic acid, which can strengthen hair and improve its overall health.
• Applying it to your hair before using heated styling tools can help protect it from heat damage.
• Some people claim that grape seed oil may help promote hair growth, although more research is needed to confirm this benefit.

How To Use

• For moisturizing use it after cleansing your face, apply a few drops of cold-pressed grape seed oil to your fingertips. Gently massage the oil using upward and outward motions. Use it as a moisturizer in the morning and/or evening.
• For makeup remover apply a small amount of grape seed oil to a cotton pad. Gently wipe away makeup, including eye makeup and foundation.
• Mix a few drops of grape seed oil with your regular anti-aging serum. Apply the mixture to your face and neck before bedtime.
• Apply a drop of grape seed oil directly to blemishes. Gently massage it in and leave it on overnight.
• Dab a small amount of grape seed oil under your eyes to help reduce the appearance of fine lines and puffiness.

• For hair conditioning apply a small amount of grape seed oil to your palms and rub them together. Run your hands through damp or dry hair, focusing on the ends and damaged areas. Leave it in there and no need to rinse it afterwards.
• For managing frizz and flyaways, rub a tiny amount of grape seed oil between your palms. Gently run your hands over your hair to smooth it out.
• Warm the grape seed oil slightly and apply it to your fingers. Massage your scalp in a circular motion for a few minutes to improve circulation and promote scalp health.
• Apply grape seed oil to your scalp, paying special attention to dry or flaky areas. Leave it on for at least 30 minutes, or overnight, before shampooing.
• Mix a few drops of grape seed oil with your regular leave-in conditioner and apply it to your hair for added softness and shine.


It is important to note that all carrier oils may not work the same for everyone. So it is recommended to do a patch test before applying them to your face or scalp, especially if you have sensitive skin.