Sesame Oil

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Sesame oil is derived from the seeds of the flowering sesame plant, also known as Sesamum indicum.

Due to its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, sesame oil may benefit your Skin and Hair. More research, particularly in humans, is needed to investigate these potential effects.


Weight30 ML
Shelf Life12 Months after opening
Manufacturing Locally Extracted


What are the benefits of using sesame oil on your skin? 

Sesame oil has the following properties, which help to make it a beneficial oil for your skin:

  • Antioxidant. This means it has the ability to fight damage by free radicals, or unstable molecules that can harm the cellular structure of your skin.
  • Antimicrobial. This means it can kill harmful microorganisms or stop their growth.
  • Anti-inflammatory. This means it can reduce inflammation and swelling.

Sesame oil also has a moderately low rating on the comedogenic scale.


Sesame oil also contains several phenolic compounds, which give it its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. These compounds include:

  • tocopherol
  • pinoresinol
  • sesamin
  • sesamolin
  • sesaminol
  • sesamol

It also contains several essential fatty acids. These acids are effective moisturizers that can help keep your skin supple, soft, and hydrated.



How to Use

Skin: Apply a few drops of argan oil onto clean, damp skin and massage gently until fully absorbed. It can be used as a standalone moisturizer or mixed with other skincare products for added hydration and nourishment.


Hair: Warm a small amount of argan oil in your palms and apply it to damp or dry hair, focusing on the mid-lengths and ends. Avoid the scalp if you have oily hair. Use it as a leave-in conditioner or as a pre-shampoo treatment by applying it generously to the hair and leaving it on for at least 30 minutes before shampooing and conditioning as usual.


While sesame oil is generally safe for most skin and hair types, it's essential to perform a patch test before using it extensively, especially if you have sensitive skin or allergies. Discontinue use if you experience any irritation or adverse reactions. Additionally, consult with a dermatologist or healthcare professional if you have specific concerns about incorporating argan oil into your skincare or haircare routine.


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  1. "Is sesame oil good for hair growth?": Sesame oil contains nutrients like vitamin E, minerals, and fatty acids that can nourish the scalp and hair follicles, potentially promoting healthier hair growth. Massaging sesame oil into the scalp may help stimulate blood circulation and strengthen hair follicles, leading to improved hair growth over time.
  2. "How to use sesame oil for skin?": Sesame oil can be used in various ways for skincare, such as applying it directly to the skin as a moisturizer, mixing it with other oils or ingredients for DIY skincare recipes, or using it as a carrier oil for essential oils. It's typically applied to clean, damp skin and gently massaged in until absorbed.
  3. "Does sesame oil lighten skin?": There's limited scientific evidence to support the idea that sesame oil can lighten skin tone. While sesame oil may help moisturize and nourish the skin, it's not typically used specifically for skin-lightening purposes. Other ingredients like licorice extract or vitamin C are more commonly associated with skin brightening.
  4. "Can sesame oil be used for oily skin?": Sesame oil has a relatively low comedogenic rating, which means it's less likely to clog pores compared to some other oils. However, individuals with oily or acne-prone skin should proceed with caution and conduct a patch test before using sesame oil on their face. Using a lightweight sesame oil or diluting it with other non-comedogenic oils may be more suitable for oily skin types.
  5. "Is sesame oil safe for sensitive skin?": Sesame oil is generally considered safe for sensitive skin, but it's always recommended to perform a patch test before using it on larger areas of the skin. Apply a small amount of sesame oil to a small patch of skin (such as the inner forearm) and wait 24 to 48 hours to check for any adverse reactions. If no irritation occurs, sesame oil can typically be used safely on sensitive skin.

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