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The botanical name of cucumber is Cucumis sativa. Cucumber is a rich source of various minerals such as sodium, potassium, magnesium, sulphur, chlorine, florine and many more. Cucumber oil acts as a powerful tonic for hair, nails and skin.
Cucumber oil is used in soap, facials, masks, body and massage oils, creams and lotions, and various hair products due to its soothing and revitalizing properties. It is also used for spa to refresh the body.
Excellent for delicate skins
Are you suffering from any sort of skin disease? If you say yes, try cucumber oil. I am pleased to introduce cucumber oil in this way as the oil deserved this. It helped me to get rid of skin eczema. Hats off!
It was delivered on time
My aromatherapist suggested me to buy cucumber oil. I didn’t waste time to buy it from Aroma Oil Store. The oil helped me to get a relaxed and calm state of mind. I would like to recommend it to all.
Cucumber Oil Description
- General Name:
- Cucumber Oil
- Botanical Name:
- Cucumis sativus
- Method of Extraction:
- Cold Pressed
- Part Of Plant Used:
- As such no any harmful effect of cucumber oil is known, still an expert's advice is recommended.
- Blends Well With:
- Olive oil, cuucmber juice and vitamin C
- The cucumber oil has very weak scent, characteristics of most of the carrier oils.
- Integrant ::
- The cucumber oil has Linoleic, or Omega 6 fatty acid and a notable amounts of Oleic and Palmitic Fatty Acids. It is also known to contain Lariciresinol and Pinoresinol.
- It has cooling and moisturizing properties. The cucumber seed oil also has emollient properties as well as revitalizing properties. It is also known to possess anti-oxidants properties and helps in hydrating the skin.
- Therapeutic properties::
- The cucumber oil is used to treat dry skin conditions such as psoriasis, acne, eczema and sunburn skins. It has revitalizing properties for dry or damaged skin.