Supplier's Corner

New Red Grape Seed Oil For Personal Care and More

March 5, 2014

Zinfandel grape seed oil (itis vinifera) is said to be an all-natural and rich source of vital nutrients. It is rich in vitamin E, with powerful antioxidant activity too. Now, Botanic Innovations is releasing its own for personal care products and other uses.

According to Mark Mueller, Botanic Innovations founder, “Red Zinfandel Grape Seed Oil does have similar nutrient profiles to other types of grape seed oil, but specifying the grape type gives marketers good options to highlight ingredients more effectively.” 

Botanic Innovations also promotes white grape seed oil and organic red grape seed oil. Its new zinfandel grape seed oil is superb for use in skin care and hair care products and has a pleasing aroma, according to the company. 

More info: www.botanicinnovations.com
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