Black Currant Seed Oil

Proper skin care during pregnancy can be daunting. Blackcurrant oil is a must-have in your skincare regime if you have sensitive and acne-prone skin. Read more about the benefits of blackcurrant oil on your skin here.

Repairs the Skin

Blackcurrant oil contains a unique polysaccharide that calms inflammation. It does this by controlling the growth of inflammatory molecules on the skin. Besides, it has a considerable amount of linoleic acid – a compound known for nourishing the skin and rejuvenating damaged skin cells.

Fights Hyperpigmentation

Aside from its anti-inflammatory property, blackcurrant oil works to subdue hyperpigmentation. Even more, it is rich in vitamin E, which protects the skin and eliminates dark spots. You can achieve an even skin tone with vitamin A in the oil.

Help Sensitive Skin

Your pregnancy skincare routine should include blackcurrant oil if you have sensitive skin. This skin-loving oil has antimicrobial qualities to reduce irritation on sensitive skin. Besides, the oil can also hydrate sensitive skin unlike other natural oils.  

Soothes Cracked Skin

As a moisturizing oil, blackcurrant oil works effectively on cracked skin. I Its viscous texture lasts long on the skin and restores flaky patches to fresh skin.

Antifungal and Antimicrobial

Blackcurrant oil possesses high antimicrobial properties that relieve bacterial infection and soothe inflammation. With the presence of compounds like terpinolene, caryophyllene, and ocimene, this oil can tackle different fungi and bacteria on your skin.

Fights Aging and Eliminate Stretch Marks

Blackcurrant oil is one of the few oils that fade away stretch marks. It contains fatty acids that penetrate the skin quickly to fight wrinkles and other aging signs. Consistent application of blackcurrant oil gives your skin a smooth feel and improves its elasticity. What's more, it boosts collagen production of your skin, giving it a glowing effect.  

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