Sibu, Sea Buckthorn Seed Oil, 30 ml
UPC Code: 858180002624
- Acts quickly, readily absorbed
- Regenerative and restorative
- Calms irritation and redness(Sea Buckthorn) seed oil
- Effective anti-aging treatment
- Soothes minor cuts, burns and sunburn
Sea Berry Seed Oil has long been used a s a topical treatment to aid in the relief of many skin conditions and skin ailments. Sibu therapeutic grade, organic Sea Berry (Sea Buckthorn) seed oil will help restore damaged skin to its natural, beautiful state.
Sea buckthorn extract can improve a range of skin and health conditions. It's rich in essential fatty acids like omega-7 and delivers more than 190 bioative compounds for better health. Sibu's Sea Buckthorn Seed Oil features a blend of natural ingredients in a gentle but effective cream. This organic formula is fast-acting and absorbs quickly to relieve chronic blemishing and conditions on all types of skin.
Topically rub 2-4 drops into affected area, or as needed.
100% therapeutic grade organic sea buckthorn seed oil.
The journey to create a successful company can be as arduous as scaling a Tibetan mountainside, but well worth the view from the top. Bruce McMullin founded SIBU in 2004 after a series of events led him to Calcutta, India where he crossed paths with an Ayurvedic specialist in Chinese plants and herbs. In passing, this expert mentioned a powerful holy fruit, the Sea Buckthorn berry. From there, McMullin's quest took him to new heights, figuratively and literally, as he journeyed to some of the most remote locations of the Himalayas to find the superior source of Sea Buckthorn that is the foundation for all SIBU products.
Do not use if pregnant or nursing. Keep out of reach of children. Please consult your health care provider if currently under care or treatment. Do not exceed recommended serving. See product packaging for additional safety information.
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