Everything You Need to Know About Prickly Pear Seed Oil for Wrinkles, Acne, and Eczema

Although it may seem that cure-all skincare products pop in and out of the market faster than you can blink, there are a few foundational ingredients that have stood the test of time. These tried and true products are often naturally based and contain all the goodness necessary to maintain healthy, youthful skin. One of those natural, goodness-infused ingredients is the little known prickly pear seed oil.

Taken from the Barbary Fig cactus it’s sometimes referred to as Indian Seed Oil or Barbary Fig Oil and once extracted and pressed it contains some of the highest levels of antioxidants, vitamins, and essential fatty acids found in a beauty oil. With so much attention given to the more mainstream beauty oils – such as macadamia nut and argan – it’s easy to brush prickly pear aside as just another trend – here today gone tomorrow. But on closer look, it’s actually science that reassures us this product is not just a marketing ploy.

Whether you’re concerned about wrinkles, dealing with acne, or suffering through facial eczema, a natural and organic prickly pear seed oil is the product for you.


Prickly Pear Seed Oil for Wrinkles

prickly pear seed oil for acne and wrinkles

Because this oil is rich in vitamins it’s easy to take a look at the science behind the components and determine why exactly it’s a powerful anti-aging formula. Scientists that study the aging process in humans understand that in the prime of youth, the skin retains several properties that allow for a smooth and soft surface.

Properties such as collagen, elastin, and GAGs keep the skin hydrated, firm, and elastic. Once the aging process sets in, those natural skin properties start to diminish and the skin stops producing them naturally.

Boosting the skin’s collagen, elastin, and GAGs through external products is an easy task and will, in most cases, dramatically reduce the appearance of fine lines, discoloration, and sagging.

And that natural boost is found in the form of vitamins, amino acids, and antioxidants, ingredients all found in prickly pear oil. Vitamin E, one of the most commonly used and best natural anti-aging treatments, is found in the highest concentration in prickly pear seed oil.

Additionally, essential fatty acids such as linoleic acid are proven compounds that effectively turn back the clock and reduce the appearance of wrinkles. These essential fatty acids are found in excess in just one drop of prickly pear oil, proving the oil’s worth and value.

Prickly Pear Seed Oil for Acne 

It’s statistically probable that you’ll experience a breakout or two at least once in your life. From hormones to food allergies, the skin on our face is extremely delicate and often responds to the stressors in our bodies in the form of acne. Although it’s easy to slap on a chemical treatment to dry up a breakout fast, one of the best ways to ensure acne doesn’t linger and cause permanent damage on your face is to work with products that don’t just treat the symptoms but also deal with the underlying causes of acne such as excessive oil production.

And just like its game-changing anti-aging properties, prickly pear seed oil contains many acne and redness reducing components that make it the perfect natural remedy for the plaguing skin condition.

  • High in antioxidants

This means it’s not just fighting to reduce bacteria under your skin, prickly pear seed oil also works to eliminate free radicals and increase cell renewal
  • Reduces scarring 

With a powerful concentration of vitamin E, prickly pear oil works long after the breakouts have vanished to reduce scarring and other facial discolorations or dark spots.
  • It’s a non-comedogenic oil

This means it will not clog your pores. Many people with acne-prone skin tend to be nervous about putting oil on what may seem like excessively oily skin, but prickly pear seed oil is uniquely formulated to penetrate the layers of skin without causing additional breakouts.

    Use prickly pear seed oil as a natural, fast working spot treatment on new breakouts or incorporate it into your daily skincare routine to keep your skin looking fresh and radiant all the time.

    Prickly Pear Seed Oil for Eczema 

    prickly pear seed oil for acne and eczema

    Those who struggle with eczema know that trial and error are often the only prescribed solutions by dermatologists. Harsh chemical products dry the skin while other more naturally based ones can cause excess oil production and seem to exacerbate the condition. Although eczema often crops up on the backs of knees and crooks of arms, facial eczema is not an uncommon condition for small children and adults alike.

    Because facial skin is so much more sensitive than elbows and knees, it’s important to take care of the skin beneath eczema as much as the symptoms themselves. Because prickly pear seed oil is chock full of antioxidants, essential fatty acids, and wonderfully hydrating properties, it’s the perfect natural treatment for eczema. It also contains anti-inflammatory properties which means the oil is capable of not just reducing the symptoms but also clearing the underlying cause of eczema. Experts suggest using just a few drops per day to soothe the skin and restore the pH balance throughout the multiple layers of the skin.

    If you’re looking for a quality, natural remedy for wrinkles, acne, and even eczema or psoriasis, prickly pear seed oil may be for you. It’s a natural substance which means it’s safe for most people, including small children. The Sunia K Cosmetics line of prickly pear seed oil is not just natural it’s also 100% organic and sourced from an eco-friendly farm in Tunisia.

    If you’re thinking about giving prickly pear oil a try, consider the Sunia K Cosmetics Sabrah Oil found here. Learn more about the Sunia K Cosmetics mission and how purchasing her products helps reduce poverty, improve the environment, and support women entrepreneurs across the globe.

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