The Argan tree grows only in the extremely harsh south western area of Morocco between the Atlas mountains and the Atlantic Ocean. From this tree the exotic and rare oil, often called “liquid gold”, is laboriously extracted.
Nature’s remedy for dry conditions
The Baobab tree is one of the most iconic native trees of the African continent. Often called the “Tree of Life” for its variety of uses, this magnificent tree has long been a pillar of African existence.
Promotes cell regeneration and healthy skin
Once regarded by the ancient Persians as a symbol of fertility and abundance, the glorious Pomegranate fruit is traditionally featured in many cultures and religions.
‘Miracle Plant’ for skin repair
Prickly Pear Seed Oil is the rarest, most expensive and highly prized beauty oil in the world. The Prickly Pear cactus grows wild in various arid and semi-arid areas of the world. It has been called “the miracle plant” for its ability to survive long periods of draught and still produce healthy fruits.
Rehydrating, moisturising and revitalising.
The world’s finest quality Rose Hip seed oil is found in the small landlocked African mountain Kingdom of Lesotho where wild Rose Hip fruits are ripened on the plant before they are harvested and collected for processing.
The best source of perfectly balanced Omegas
Incredibly rich in essential fatty acids, particularly Omegas 3, 6, 7 and 9, LOVE Sea Buckthorn Seed Oil can be used as a skin oil or taken as a health maintenance food oil.
This certified organic oil soothes and brings cooling relief to hot, reddened and inflamed skin and strengthens capillaries.
With such high levels of Vitamin E, this oil is a regenerating skin moisturiser – revitalising dry, damaged and compromised skin.