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“Eat olive oil and use it on your hair and skin, for it comes from a blessed tree.” 

(al-Tirmidhi, 1775)

Face & Hair Oil
Category:
Body
Price:
$7.99
Description

The most appealing benefits of black cumin seed oil is its antibacterial, and anti-inflammatory properties, which work to reduce clogged pores and control oil, as well as tame redness and soothe irritation, including eczema. Simply massage a few drops of the product into the face, and you can expect to see results quickly (as in, a couple days). 

It effectively fills fine lines and wrinkles

You'll could not find an oil more nourishing than black cumin seed, which contains over 100 vitamins and minerals. These include vitamins A, B, and C, which help the skin retain moisture, maintain elasticity, and fight the damaging free radicals that age you faster. Plus, the product boasts gobs of fatty acids, which reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

It fades dark spots and discoloration

Use the product every day consistently and it can fade dark spots caused by aging, hormones, and sun damage. This is thanks to the vitamin A, amino acids, and fatty acids, which collaborate to regenerate skin cells, reducing the appearance of that discoloration over time. 

Antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties are pretty great no matter who you are, as it lowers your risk of infections, alleviates soreness or pain, soothes scalp conditions, or helps with psoriasis. 


Black seed oil contains thymoquinone, a powerful antihistamine. Antihistamines are often prescribed to patients with alopecia to help with hair regrowth and any thinning spots. So there are ways it can help with growing out your hair (and keeping it soft, hydrated, and shiny). 

Our olive oil is extra virgin cold pressed from Syria. 

Benefits of Olive Oil for Skin

Due to the anti-aging antioxidants found in olive oil, it helps in boosting skin tone and complexion, eliminates wrinkles and age spots, and smooths the skin, among others.

Wrinkles and Age Spots

The polyphenolic compounds found within olives are also found in olive oil, which can help to reduce oxidative stress in the body, the same type of chronic inflammation that can cause wrinkles and age spots. When these antioxidants seek out and neutralize free radicals, they can help you look and feel young, while also tightening the skin and increasing elasticity.

Moisturizer

Olive oil is known as a great moisturizer, because it can penetrate deep into the skin, delivering important nutrients like vitamin E and A to the layers of skin cells that need it most. This can keep your skin balanced in terms of moisture, and make your skin feel and look healthier.

Skin Tone and Complexion

The color of your skin and the evenness of your complexion can be affected by olive oil, so regular use is recommended for people who struggle to maintain an even tone. Olive oil can stimulate circulation and the elimination of toxins, generally giving a boost to the overall quality and health of your skin, anywhere on the body.

Eye Makeup Remover

Leaving eye makeup on is an excellent way to invite a breakout or inflammation, but removing eye makeup can be hard, and rather physically rough on the skin. Applying a bit of olive oil with a cotton swab, you can more easily eliminate the makeup, without having to scrub so hard.

Antibacterial

The skin is the largest organ in the body and is susceptible to attacks from all sorts of pathogens. By applying olive oil to your skin, the natural antibacterial actions of this oil will help to boost your immune system and keep you safe from a wide variety of pathogens.

Sun Protection

Studies have found that olive oil is able to reduce the damage of the sun’s ultraviolet rays on the skin, combating the oxidative stress and potential cellular mutation. This oil can help to protect against and relieve the impact of a sunburn, which makes it a popular alternative to traditional sunblock.

 

Ingredients:

olive oil, black seed oil

 

 

“The black seed is a means of cure for every ailment except death”

(Sahih Bukhari, Hadith: 5688 and Sahih Muslim, Hadith: 2215)