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sea buckthorn seed oil

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 Seabuckthorn Seed Oil Properties

Product Name Sea buckthorn seed oil
Other Name Hippophae, sandthorn, sallowthorn, seaberry, Sea-Buckthorn
Latin Name Hippophae rhamnoides L.
Appearance Yellow brown liquid
Specifications (per 100g) Vitamin E ≥ 100mg,
Unsaturated fatty acid ≥83% including
Oleic acid>=18%
Linoleic acid >=40%
Linolenic acid >=25%
Origin Inner Mongolia, China
Part Used Sea buckthorn seed
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 Sea Buckthorn Seed Oil Introduction

Sea buckthorn oil, also known as Hippophae, Sandthorn, or Seaberry, is a shrub from the Elaeagnaceae tree. It is a natural aid full of nutrients that have been used for thousands of years, dating back to Ancient Greece and China. Derived from the Sea Buckthorn plant, this oil provides many benefits, including preventing and treating specific ailments. Primarily grown in China, natural supplement manufacturer Luck Herb ensures this beneficial extract can reach users across the globe looking for the benefits this plant provides. Continue reading below to learn more about the origins, uses, and purchase of this versatile plant and extract. 

What is Sea buckthorn seed oil?

As mentioned above, Sea Buckthorn is a plant common in China, Mongolia, other parts of Eastern Europe, and Central Asia. It can also go by the names of Sea Berry Seed Oil or the scientific name “Hippophae Rhamnoides.” This plant produces orange-yellow berries, and when extracted, users can use the oil from these berries. One of the first historical accounts of this oil is from a story about Ancient Greece war horses who were wounded and placed in a forest for death. The opposite actually happened as they were found to look healthier than ever after eating these berries. Whether the story is true or not, the benefits are no denying and research behind Sea Buckthorn seed oil. These seabuckthorn berries have been used for centuries as skin treatments, health foods, and medicine. The plant itself is versatile and able to withstand extreme temperatures. The plant develops an aggressive rooting system and has even enhanced soil and promoted wildlife habitats. 


The oil used in various foods, medicines, and skincare is derived from this plant’s leaves and berries. This oil is derived from the female plant as the female produces juicy berries rich in compounds for healing properties. There are many species of the sea buckthorn plant, although the most widely used for these properties is the Hippophae Rhamnoides. There are many species of this plant, and during the Cold War, many countries experimented with developing larger berries with more excellent nutritional value. 


Sea Buckthorn Oil contains over 150 bioactive substances. About 7-11% of the oil comes from BuckThorn seeds, while the other 2-3% comes from the fruit pulp, which comes in clear, yellow-brownish color. 

Constituents of sea buckthorn seed oil

The buckthorn seed oil contains many fatty acids and other compounds that each have their own biological properties. These fatty acids have various nutraceutical properties, and LuckHerb extract contains about >83% of unsaturated fatty acids overall. 

Oleic Acid (Omega 9)

Oleic acid is another naturally occurring fatty acid that can be found in this plentiful plant. Omega nine is often used as a cleansing agent for its potent antibacterial properties in the cosmetic industry. It is key to note that the acid on its own can potentially disrupt the skin. This fatty acid also works to help preserve other ingredients in this extract, such as antioxidants, which are slightly less durable as a compound. This is a monounsaturated acid (meaning it only has one double bond). It can also be found naturally in other sources, including avocados, peanut butter, and coconut oil. You can expect to see about >18% of this acid in our Luck Herb extract. 

Linoleic Acid (Omega 6)

Another vital acid is found in many plants. This polyunsaturated fatty acid’s formula is C18H32O2, so it is double bonded. Omega 6 is excellent for the body and is actually one of two essential fatty acids. It also can be found in many common foods in the Western diet, including nuts, corn, soy, and sunflower seeds. This acid is colorless and insoluble in water. This was first isolated from linseed oil which is where it gets its name. In rat studies, low amounts of Linoleic acid have shown slow and poor wound healing and increased hair loss. Linoleic acid paired with oleic acid has increased in the cosmetic and skincare industry for its anti-inflammatory fighting properties. Our sea buckthorn contains about >40% of linoleic acid.  

Linolenic Acid (Omega 3)

Remarkably similar to omega 6, this is another essential fatty acid belonging to the omega 3 group. Omega 3 is powerful in decreasing the release of prostaglandin in our body, which is responsible for tension, inflammation, and swelling. Expect about >=25% of linolenic acid in our Luckherb sea buckthorn extract. 

Polyunsaturated fatty acids(PUFA’s)

This is the overall group of essential fatty acids necessary for a healthy body and glowing skin. These include omega 3, 6, and 9. 

Vitamin E

While not as abundant, another compound that can be found in Sea Buckthorn Oil is Vitamin E. A rich source of nutrients for our bodies. Vitamin E is essential to our cell function and nervous system health. The anti-inflammatory properties and antioxidants help fight off infections, heal wounds, protect our digestive system, support liver function, and much more. In the cosmetic industry, such as facial Vitamin E Sea Buckthorn Oils, its primary use is to reduce damage from UV rays. These include dark spots, some dark circles. Vitamin E is a powerful antioxidant that adds a radiant glow to the skin, so people love it. Combined with the acids listed above, it is no wonder Sea Buckthorn Oil is expanding rapidly in the Western skincare industry right now. Our Sea buckthorn contains >100 mg of vitamin e. 

Sea buckthorn specifications

Here at LuckHerb, we take pride in our extraction process, chemical compounds, and methods. Our sea buckthorn oil ingredients are FDA approved and can be shipped by air or sea through various services, including UPS and FedEx. Most of our packages come in 1 kg liquid bags or 25kg drums for larger bulk orders. Canadian researchers examined the fatty acid compositions of this berry using a GS sequencing technology. More in-depth compositions of its specifications are as follows. 

  • Unsaturated Fatty Acids >/= 83% 
  • Vitamin E > 100 mg
  • Oleic acid>/= 18% 
  • Linolenic Acid >/= 25% 
  • Linoleic Acid >/= 40% 

Sea buckthorn seed oil and manufacturing process

Our sea buckthorn oil is refined through a cold-pressed supercritical CO2 extraction process. The process uses CO2 as an extraction solvent, which is safer than traditional methods. The seed oil is then distilled as the temperature and pressure change the state of this oil, leaving behind no residue. We use the raw plant, including the berries and leaves to isolate and extract our oil process. These come in raw bulk powder sea buckthorn extract oil 1kg bags and 25 kg drums. 

Benefits of Sea buckthorn seed oil 

As mentioned earlier, this oil has been getting used by humans for literally thousands of years. This herb dates back to Early northern and central Asia and has long been seen as a powerful antioxidant in certain parts of the world. One of the most common uses is for various ailments of the skin, which you can find discussed below. 

Better Heart Health

Believe it or not, sea buckthorn oil and its powerful antioxidants have the anti-inflammatory lower to reduce heart disease. This was shown in a small study of 12 men who were given 5 grams of oil. The ones who had the consistent sea buckthorn oil for over four weeks showed fewer blood clot markers. Now it should be noted this oil did not show a significant increase in making average hearts healthier. But it did prove to be of support to people with already high cholesterol and heart problems. 

Help prevent Dark Spots.

Sea Buckthorn Oil is a natural moisturizer due to its vitamin properties and UNSATURATED fatty acids, which help to nourish and hydrate the skin. Vitamin C and Biotin are potent antioxidants found in sea buckthorn oil which can significantly reduce wrinkles, dark spots and help to balance skin complexion and texture. 

Great for Acne and Scar Treatment 

Omega 7 and 3 can be thanked for the majority of this one as they are two essential fatty acids that are often noted for their anti-inflammatory properties. Reduce scarring, decrease pimples and get rid of redness. This light and airy oil is smooth in texture and doesn’t clog pores like some oils out there. A study found that these omegas increased facial plasticity over four weeks compared to placebo groups. Vitamin E also adds glow to the skin and other antioxidants in this oil, including vitamin C and oleic acid. 

Strengthens Hair Skin and Nails

As discussed earlier, this oil has almost 190 bio compounds, and many of them are beneficial to our health. Many proteins and amino acids in this plant strengthen our skin and nails, including biotin, known for nail and hair growth. Also, not to keep bringing up those fatty acids, but they are a godsend. They are incredibly hydrating, and this helps to moisturize hair, skin, and nails. 

Immune system support

Due to the high amount of available nutrients and antioxidants in this plant, it’s no surprise that it can promote healthy immunity. Inflammation is already linked to chronic illness, physical and mental health problems. This is a powerful and natural healer. Studies have shown protection against infections, too, such as the prevention of E Coli bacteria. This may be in part because of the oils flavonoids. 

Wrinkle Repair 

We can thank the powerful energy of wrinkle-fighting antioxidants and minerals for the magic of writing repair from this oil extract. Sea Buckthorn Oil has been an Eastern skincare secret for hundreds of years. Proteins like biotin combined with omega fatty acids promote elasticity in the face leading to glowing skin. Certain amino acids in this oil also help to boost collagen, which naturally promotes smoother skin. 

Natural Oil for fighting rosacea

Rosacea is a pervasive skin disorder causing acne-like bumps on the face and redness and pus-filled bumps. This can often cause discomfort as the skin is swollen around the eyes and nose due to inflammation in the facial blood vessels—practice self-care for rosacea like using sunblock and other prescribed or designated moisturizers. Sea buckthorn oil can be a great addition to a skin routine for someone struggling with rosacea.  

Sea Buckthorn seed oil side effects

While sea buckthorn oil is FDA-approved and, for the most part, extremely safe. There are potential side effects to any extract or oil, and it’s essential to be mindful of that. Reports of side effects are rare, but some users with high blood pressure who ingested Sea Buckthorn had symptoms of dizziness, vomiting, rash, and heart palpitations. It is noted that sea buckthorn is a blood thinner (anti-inflammatory, similar to a Tylenol). For some people already on blood thinners for high blood pressure, this may be a combination to avoid. 

Sea Buckthorn seed oil dosage

Dosage generally depends on the individual, and you should always research and explore with your doctor if you’re unsure. Some general directions are to take 1 gram twice daily for a few months to see the health side effects. For skincare, individual demands should come in various packaging as it will matter on the dosage. 

Where to buy bulk Sea Buckthorn seed oil?

With SeaBuckthorn growing in popularity and more people are seeing its great benefits. You can find it across the internet in bulk now pretty commonly but whether it is pure and appropriately extracted to isolate the antioxidants is the question. Luck Herbs only produces the highest quality and safe extracts. Our company has been doing this for over ten years, and we pride ourselves on delivering raw bulk powders and oils, such as Sea Buckthorn oil, for health, skincare, and cosmetics. Our products are free of harsh chemicals and artificial ingredients, as we are passionate about natural skincare.  

Luck Herb is not only a manufacturer, but we also provide wholesale. Our company is based out of Shanghai, China. We specialize in tons of herbal oils and extracts, many familiar to the area, such as Sea Buckthorn, Gotu Kola, and Reishi Mushroom. Here at Luck Herb, we work only with the best to always have stock available for you.

Our Superficial CO2 fluid extraction process highly controls our product quality. This allows us to attain compounds without leftover residue or solvents. All of our products are tested by some third party and approved by FDA. Our samples are tested and even available to try out for free yourself. Our high standards and expectations set for products have helped us grow over the past ten years.

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