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Fenugreek Oil

Fenugreek Oil

$4.60

Fenugreek Oil

Botanical Name: Trigonella foenum-graecum

Extraction Method: Infused

Description: Fenugreek oil is extracted from the musky and bittersweet fenugreek seeds of the herb through infusion in a mix of Sesame and Jojoba oil. It is commonly known as “methi” and fenugreek seeds are normally used for digestive problems as it has high content of iron. Fenugreek is a leguminous plant native to many Asian, Middle Eastern and European countries.

It has woody and warm aroma and is easily absorbed by skin, leaving a slight greasy, velvety soft feel. It has wonderful skin rejuvenating and anti-inflammatory properties. The aroma of this oil is soothing and helps to reduce redness, itching, inflammation and helps cleanse skin.

Common Uses:

Nourishes Hair: Fenugreek oils is known for nourishing hair and softens the strands. It helps improve strength of the hair and makes them shinier.

Fights Dandruff: The antibacterial and antifungal properties of fenugreek oil can help treat itchy scalp and get rid of dandruff.

Reduces Acne: Components present in Fenugreek oil helps in reducing swelling and redness associated with acne. The antioxidant properties of this oil reduces growth of pimples and prevents chances of further breakout.

Radiant skin: Fenugreek oil helps in reducing inflammation in skin and makes skin supple and healthy. It provides better glow to skin and provides the much-needed nutrition to the skin. Presence of oleic acid protects the suppleness of skin and protects against moisture loss. It also creates a thin film of protection to the complexion.

Maintain Hormonal balance: Massage oil made using fenugreek oil may help maintain hormonal health in women.

Skin Type: Suitable for all skin types including acne prone skin

Storage: It is recommended to store carrier oils in cool dark place to maintain their freshness and maximum shelf life. If refrigerated, bring them to room temperature before use.