What is carotenoid level in best-in-class Siberian sea buckthorn oil and what is the optimal level of carotenoids for sea buckthorn oil in general?
Sea buckthorn is a berry record holder of useful vitamins: among them A, C, B, PP; minerals and trace elements: iron, magnesium, potassium, calcium. Among the useful properties of sea buckthorn is a powerful antioxidant effect, anti-inflammatory effect, as well as healing of damage to the skin and mucous membranes.
On the shelves of pharmacies today you can find many brands of sea buckthorn oil, but not all have a real therapeutic effect. The quality, and consequently the therapeutic effectiveness of sea buckthorn oil, completely depends on such an important indicator as the level of carotenoids.
What is the difference between best in class natural Siberian sea buckthorn oil and other ‘sea buckthorn oils’ sometimes from places that doesn’t even grow sea buckthorn fruits and which in reality are only 10-15% mg, while the rest is a carrier oil that has nothing to do with sea buckthorn?
What are carotenoids and what effect do they have on a person?
The skin tone depends on the combination of pigments: melanin, hemoglobin and carotenes. Using light sensors, the researchers showed that red and yellow shades of human skin were associated with the level of carotenoids in the skin.
The skin tone, which is given to it by the carotenoids contained in sea buckthorn oil, is perceived as healthier and sexier than a tan obtained only from a solarium. Of course, both colors also interact effectively with each other.
The optimal dose of carotenoids in sea buckthorn oil.
In pharmacopoeia oil, the level of carotenoids should be 50 mg/% and higher. This means that 100 ml of the finished oil contains at least 50 mg of carotenoids. Sometimes level of carotenoids in sea buckthorn could go up to 150-180 mg/%. This is the “shock dose” that should cope with the serious disease, and not just make up for the lack of vitamins.
Pharmacy oil (150-180 mg/%) is used strictly according to indications, should be applied under healthcare provider monitor. It should not be given to children under 14 years of age. After all, vitamin A is able to accumulate in the tissues and is slowly excreted from the body. Excessive vitamin content in the body can provoke serious health disorders. The optimal level – 50-80 mg/% - is much better and safer option. Best in class organic Siberian sea buckthorn oil is produced to match that optimal desired level of carotenoids.
Carotenoids in Siberian Sea buckthorn oil and their medicinal properties.
In herbal medicine, sea buckthorn oil is used to improve digestion, heart and liver health, as well as to treat skin diseases. Sea buckthorn oil is popular in skin care. It relieves irritation, can treat acne and slow down aging.
Some studies show that sea buckthorn supplements containing carotenoids reduce redness and burning in the eyes, and sea buckthorn eye spray relieves the feeling of dryness.
Due to its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, as well as the ability to influence cell growth and division, the carotenoids contained in sea buckthorn protect the skin from photo-damage and contribute to the prevention of skin problems. Studies have shown that the use of sea buckthorn oil with a content of at least 75 mg on the skin helps to reduce peeling in people with various forms of psoriasis.
We consider 70-75 mg carotenoid level optimal for the skin and best in class Siberian Sea buckthorn oil offers you that optimal level of most important component - carotenoid. For some people 70-75 mg is still quite high content of carotene and it can stain the skin more than you would like to. The best option in this case is to mix it with other oils (sunflower oil) in 1:1 proportion add it to your favorite creams, masks and other cosmetics application.
Regularly using best in class organic 70-75 mg carotenoid level oil from Siberian sea buckthorn fruits/ berries you can get the perfect skin tone, while it will actually go from the inside, and not smeared like a cream.