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Pomegranate Seed Oil for Cosmeceuticals

April 11, 2007

Natural Sourcing, LLC has introduced cold-pressed pomegranate seed oil [INCI: Punica granatum linn (pomegranate) oil] to its line of nutritive vegetable oils for cosmeceutical use. Pomegranate seed oil has a remarkable ability to nourish, moisturize and repair the epidermis and improve skin elasticity, according to the company.

It possesses a unique composition of fatty acids, mainly punicic acid (CLA), and tocopherols. Pomegranate seed oil can be effective in treating dry skin, eczema, psoriasis and sunburned skin. It also has strong anti-inflammatory properties. Its high polyphenol content makes it a strong antioxidant and gives it a stable shelf life. More info: www.naturalsourcing.com or (800) 340-0080.
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