Ingredient Spotlight #3

Roamer Skincare is definitely not the first to use Sea Buckthorn as an ingredient. It's been cited in ancient Tibetan texts, Ancient Greek Mythology, Indian Materia Medica and early Chinese formularies. What's so great about this shrub then? The berries are where the magic is at! 

Vitamin C has become a popular addition to skincare particularly for its brighten properties, its ability to help suppress pigmentation and also how it supports collagen synthesis. The berry from Sea Buckthorn contains about 12 times the amount of vitamin C found in an orange!

Sea Buckthorn Berry Oil contains omegas 3, 6, 9 and even 7 which are fantastic for helping skin repair, regeneration and collagen production. It also contains antioxidant vitamins such as A and E which helps to keep the skin hydrated as well helping to reduce the appearance of any scarring. 

Have any acne problems? Sea Buckthorn Berry Oil helps to reduce excess oil production which leads to decreasing inflammation helping to balance out, calm and clear the skin.

All together with its omegas 3, 6, 9 and 7, vitamins A, C and E, carotenoids, 60 antioxidants and 20 minerals.... it's no wonder Sea Buckthorn Berry Oil is a well known protective and preventative ingredient. You may as well pop on some Shea Face Balm to feel and see all those Sea Buckthorn Berry Oil benefits!

What other products have you seen Sea Buckthorn Berry Oil used in? Have you ever tried a Sea Buckthorn Berry? 

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