Pure Grapeseed Oil

16 oz bottle

Retail Price: $9.99


Our Price: $6.95 (Save 30%)

16 oz bottle

Why You’ll Love It

Pure Grapeseed Oil is a light, odorless oil with mild astringent and emollient properties.  This versatile oil contains numerous essential fatty acids including Linoleic, Oleic, Stearic, Palmitic, Myristic and Lauric.  its rich, silky texture is perfect for soothing away dryness and irritation and is suitable for all skin types since it won't clog pores or cause break-outs.  Grapeseed Oil is perfect as a base for lotions, and it's mild enough to use as a conditioner for all hair types.
SKU: 733739077073

About This Brand

Since 1968, NOW Foods has prided itself on being a leading producer of natural products, paving the way for the healthy foods and natural supplements in the mainstream market. Approximately half a century ago, entrepreneur Elwood Richard started a small chain of health food stores, known as Health House, in the Chicagoland area. With his scientific background evoking his passion for health foods and nutritional supplements, it laid the early foundation for his company. When the high cost of his stores’ health food products deterred business, he started his own natural products manufacturing company to supply his stores, which afforded him complete control over product cost and quality. From this moment NOW Foods was born. Today NOW is still owned by the Richard family and has grown to become one of the most identifiable brands, delivering a widespread line of wholesome and natural products. NOW has always remained true to Elwood’s original vision—to meet consumer need for...
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Ingredients

100% Pure Grapeseed Oil


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Reviews For Pure Grapeseed Oil

Based on 10 Reviews

Great Stuff!

This oil is everything it claims to be. Absorbs easily into both hair and skin. Makes my hair and skin feel very soft.

- Gloria

Love it!

The grapeseed oil is perfect as a carrier oil for my essential oil usage. I found it relatively odorless.

- Sandee

grape seed oil

I use it in my salad, baking and skin and is a high quality oil for this price.

- Cathy

5 star for sure !

It's a great product, I like it very much and will order it again !

- Ruth J.

Great skin care base

I use this is skin care regime . Great price !

- Kristen

Love it!

Awesome oil!

- Debido

Body Moisturizer

I use this as a moisturizer after showering because I read it can prevent vericose veins, which run in my family and I have early signs of. I would recommend this it leaves my skin so soft and doesn't smell like anything!

- Stefanie

Wonderful product

It smoothes easily on skin, not to sticky or oil. Minimal scent. Great bargain for the price!

- TARA

Fantastic!

I use this every day and love it. It leaves my skin feeling refreshed and clean. It doesn't have a strong smell like other oils so that is a huge plus!

- Natalie

Great!

I use this in my skin routine daily! I love to use it in place of my astingent and because it's moisturizing, it's not so bad as a toner either. I love it!

- Brenda_99

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