AN ANCIENT COSMETIC SECRET
Legend has it that Cleopatra and Nefertiti, the Egyptian queens, used black cumin seed oil as the secret to their radiant hair and skin.
Nigella oil has been used for thousands of years in ancient civilizations for its therapeutic, healing, and soothing properties.
A NATURAL REMEDY FOR SKIN CONDITIONS
Proven to effectively help calm skin conditions such as eczema and psoriasis, Nigella oil naturally helps soothe itchy skin, relieve swelling, and reduce pain and redness associated with dryness.
Very rich in Omega-3 and Omega-6, black cumin seed oil has the power to help accelerate the healing of
wounds and promote healthy cell regeneration.
It is also ideal for oily and acne-prone skin thanks to its anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties that work together to help reduce pimples, clogged pores, and control excess oil production.
RESTORING HAIR HEALTH
Nigella helps restore thinning hair due to its concentration of thymoquinone, a potent protein compound. It also
has a multitude of other vitamins and minerals such as vitamin B12, biotin, zinc, and iron.
Black cumin seed oil additionally helps treat dandruff and itchy scalp by naturally relieving oxidative stress.
There’s no limit! We recommend applying it 2-3 times a day on a regular basis to accelerate healing and fight dryness, but you can also apply it to the itching areas as soon and as much as needed.
Absolutely! It contains the active compound Thymoquinone -which is unique to Nigella Sativa.
This strong antibacterial helps get acne vulgaris, a bacteria responsible for the appearance of white and blackheads.
Its anti-inflammatory properties help reduce pimples redness and size while its linoleic acid content helps unclog pores and control sebum production.
We recommend applying it 30 minutes before bedtime (leave on overnight).
YES! To learn more about its therapeutic properties and benefits, you can check out this review on Clinical Trials of Black Seed (Nigella sativa) for the treatment of numerous diseases.
A common dosage range for black seed oil is typically 1-2 teaspoons (5-10 milliliters) per day. You can consume it pure or mix it with food, such as honey or yogurt.
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Hard to evaluate since I only recently bought this new-to-me product after reading the description. The packaging was nice and environmentally friendly, the bottle in glass and not in plastic. I've added some to my face cream and mixed some with castor oil for my hair. Only time will tell if it works.
I get rabdom itchy spots on my upper body, also itchy scalp. These cleared up nicely after one application
This doesn't mean the itch doesn't come back. I am grateful for the relief.