Where does it come from?
The pomegranate is native to a region from modern-day Iran to northern India. Pomegranates have been cultivated throughout the Middle East, South Asia, and Mediterranean region for several millennia, and it is also cultivated in the Central Valley of California and in Arizona. Pomegranates may have been domesticated as early as the fifth millennium BC, as they were one of the first fruit trees to be domesticated in the eastern Mediterranean region.
What is it used for?
In India's ancient Ayurveda system of traditional medicine, the pomegranate is frequently described as an ingredient in remedies.
Pomegranate seed oil is full of omega 6 and 9. Some studies have shown that these fatty acids can help cicatrization. This seed oil has it importance as it helps in soothing of skin inflammation and can even prevent premature aging.
Be cautious of...
Like all skin product, you may have an allergic reaction to pomegranate. So don’t forget to do a small patch before applying it to your skin.
What about ours?
Our Pomegranate seed oil originates from India.
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