Grape Seed Oil – Origin and History
Grapes are known to be used for several purposes from the early Egyptian Civilization and since then seeds of the Vitis Vinifera grapes are used for obtaining the oil. Grape Seed Oil is the leftover that is obtained from the process of making drinks from the grapevine using the method of pressing. It appears to be light in color and possess a very thin consistency that has a perfect blend of sweet fragrance and nutty flavor. During ancient time period, the mentioned oil was used by European healers for treating cholera, sore eyes, infections of kidney and liver.
Since decades, it has been used in pharmaceutical industry to avail the below mentioned benefits:
Apart from the aforementioned benefits, it is an ultimate solution for making soaps, dressing salads, frying, cooking and baking. As it does not have any smell of its own and is prepared with a non-greasing formula, it deeply penetrates into the layers of skin giving it a soothing and relaxing effect. This being the reason, it is used by in numerous spa centers and aromatherapy sessions.
We are getting huge appreciation in the market by offering a wide collection of Grape Seed Oil which contains many flavanoids showing high antioxidant affect. In addition, this range is precisely processed by our knowledgeable professionals and is made available at the affordable price to our clients. Our offered oil is used for making cosmetic products like powder, face-wash, cream & soap. Given oil has a moderately high smoke point of approximately 216 °C. However, some precautions should always be taken into consideration while using the Grape Oil. If consumed in higher quantity, the abundance of omega 6s fatty acid can lead to the following:
Technical Details :
|Name:||Cocos Nucifera Oil|
|Synonym||Copra Oil; Coconut Fat|
|Appearance||pale yellow to green oily liquid|
|Boiling Point:||363.00 to 366.00 °C. @ 760.00 mm Hg|