Cold Pressed Grape Seed Oil

Raw material used: 100% natural grape seeds of Vitis Vinifera grapes cultivated in Romania in Protected Designation of Origin (PDO)
INCI: Vitis vinifera
Country of origin: Romania
Odour: Neutral/very little scent
Colour: Pale yellow to pale green
Extraction Method: Cold pressing method of extraction that involves no heat or chemical treatment, the oil retains all the health beneficial components, such as natural antioxidants.


Grape seed oil is an excellent source of antioxidants, tocopherols (Vitamin E) and
high contents of phytosterols and polyunsaturated fatty acids such as linoleic acid,
oleic acid, and alpha-linolenic acid.

Grape seed oil contains high amounts of polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFA):Linoleic acid (LA) and alpha linolenic acid (ALA) which belong to the n-6 (Omega-6) and n-3 (Omega-3) series of polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFA). They are defined ‘essential’ fatty acids since they are not synthesized in the human body and should be taken exclusively by diet. Linoleic acid is associated with promotion of cardiovascular health by down-regulating low-density lipoprotein cholesterol (LDL-c) production (known as bad cholesterol).

There are components in Grape seed oil with biological importance due to antioxidant activity. Among them are phytosterols, tocopherols, tocotrienols, flavonoids, phenolic acids and carotenoids. Most importantly, grape seed oil’s antioxidant activity is a result of the high concentration of vitamin E isomer, namely γ-tocotrienol which is rarely found in other oils.

Benefits for General Health

The linoleic acid (LA) has anti-inflammatory effects and can prevent blood vessels from undergoing negative changes in their structure. Consumption of grape seed oil can help balancing the blood pressure. Grape seed oil protects the vascular system against sclerosis, strengthens blood vessel and capillary walls, reducing the danger of thrombosis.

Grape seed oil is rich in polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs), which have an excellent effect on reducing high cholesterol levels. Moreover, studies have shown that proanthocyanidins help to prevent the oxidation of LDL cholesterol, reduce blood pressure and improve fat metabolism.

Grape seed polyphenols are strong antioxidants. Indeed, the health benefits of polyphenolic compounds, including grape seed proanthocyanidins, have traditionally been attributed to their antioxidant activities.

Recent observations from experimental studies demonstrated that grape seed polyphenols may interfere with specific neuropathogenic mechanisms underlying Alzheimer Disease and suggest a potential novel role of grape seed polyphenols for treating it.

Some phenolic compounds of grape seed oil have anticancer activities and act in cell cycle modulation, being cytotoxic to tumor cells without compromising healthy cells. Proanthocyanidins are polymers of flavan-3-ol with antiproliferative effect on cancer cells.


Skin Tightening and healing

Grape seed oil has astringent properties, fighting free radicals and helping to firm the skin. It is medically useful for various purposes, especially to reduce swellings. It can also can accelerate the wound healing process and diminish scars

Acne Fighting

The skin needs a good supply of linoleic acid to help strengthen cell membranes and improve skin health in general. Grape seed oil has a significant amount of the antioxidant capacity so as to prevent pores from clogging. The anti-inflammatory properties prevent the outbreak of acne but also help any existing acne problems.

Moisturizes and Balances the Skin

Grape seed oil is very light so easily absorbed by the skin and does not leave any residue. People with sensitive skin can apply the oil with no allergic reaction. Grape seed Oil is frequently used as a base for many cosmetic skincare applications because of its super light texture and wealth of natural benefits.

Hair Growth

Grape seed oil helps hydrate and condition hair, helping to improve strength and shine. It has also been proven to lower DHT (dihydrotestosterone), a common culprit in male and female hair loss, thus stimulating new hair growth.

Protection of the skin from aging

Grape seed oil can help reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, providing moisture and protect against free radicals, due to the strong antioxidant activity. When applied to the skin or taken via a supplement, grape seed oil promotes healthy youthful looking skin.


Primary Uses:

  • Grape seed oil has two primary uses, including cosmetic and culinary applications.
  • There are numerous ways to use it as a food – culinary grape seed oil has a very high smoking point (around 250 °C), so it’s good for frying food without overpowering other flavors, and it can also be used in dressings and sauces.
  • It is perfect for salads, for preparing meals in deep fryer or a pan. Grape seed oil is easily digestible and cholesterol-free Grape seed oil is especially popular for cosmetic use.
  • In fact, you might see it as an ingredient in products like sunscreen, moisturizing cream, anti wrinkle cream and a host of other beauty-related items. It’s believed to assist in skin repair and offers antiseptic as well as mildly astringent properties.
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