Combines well with Chickweed Oil. Very nourishing in hair treatments. Combine with Camellia Seed Oil, Coconut Oil and Argan Oil for superb results.
It detangles the hair and gives it a smooth, shiny appearance. The scalp will also benefit reducing the possibility of dandruff.
Add Geranium Essential Oil to balance the sebum production of the scalp. You can even use a few drops of Pomegranate Seed Oil on the palms of your hands or a hair brush and pull it through your hair.
This revitalises dull and dry looking hair. It will not leave the hair looking greasy but it will be instantly conditioned, giving some protection from heat styling tools.
The aqueous extract of pomegranate has also been shown to boost procollagen production so combine with Pomegranate Glycerol Extract in creams and lotions for this effect.
Anti inflammatory and calms irritation and redness of the skin.
This makes it a good choice for eczema and psoriasis prone skin.
It also makes it desirable to use in massage and oil blends for aching muscles and joints.
Combine with Fragonia and Plai essential oils.
For dry skin it is intensively nourishing and moisturising, alleviating the dryness and improving the texture.
It smoothes fine lines and wrinkles.
For normal skin it is a powerful antioxidant that fights free radicals which delays the visible signs of ageing.
It nourishes the epidermis and keeps the skin pliable and young looking.
For oily skin it penetrates easily into the skin without leaving a greasy after feel.
It will soothe irritation from spots and boils and reduce the scarring.
For mature skin it is a rich source of ellagic acid which revitalises the skin tone and minimises fine lines and wrinkles.
It helps with collagen production, firming the skin. For sensitive skin it is very soothing and hydrating.