Sea Buckthorn

The Sea Buckthorn fruit pulp is renowned for being a potent source of sterols, tocopherols, alkanols, and carotenoids. Palmitoleic acid, which is uncommon in plant oils, is abundant in it. Monounsaturated fat palmitoleic acid has several, distinctive advantages for skin care and cosmetics. These berries are reported to contain the richest vegetable source of beta-carotene, which gives them their vibrant color, as well as vitamins C and E, unsaturated fatty acids, and vital amino acids which help diminish skin inflammation, stop recurrences, aid in scar fading, and support a more uniform and smoother skin texture overall.