Healthy Aging Oil Blend

Our Advisory Board developed the Healthy Aging Oil Blend by strategically combining natural, NatureFRESH™ cold-pressed botanical seed oils, capturing their inherent potential synergies. Our Healthy Aging Oil Blend is a beautifying agent for radiant, healthy, younger-looking skin. This anti-aging oil blend is ideal for topical personal care products. Recommended inclusion 3% to 5%.

MOQ – 3 Gallons

Ingredient List: Sunflower (Helianthus annuus) Seed Oil, Organic Black Cumin (Nigella sativa) Seed Oil, Salvia hispanica (Chia) Seed Oil, and Carrot (Daucus carota) Seed Oil


Personal Care

Ingredients and blends offered by Botanic Innovations are for reselling to businesses and not directly to consumers. A Federal Tax ID is required to purchase any quantity.


1 Gallon
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Product Benefits

Our anti-aging oil blend offers moisturizing, anti-inflammatory skin benefits ideal for damaged skin, sensitive skin, and anti-aging products.

Our Healthy Aging Oil Blend is especially high in the Omega-9 fatty acid, Oleic acid. This fatty acid is highly anti-inflammatory and has been demonstrated to mitigate the negative effects of excessive inflammation in several scientific models.1

The Healthy Aging Oil Blend contains significant amounts of terpene Alpha-pinene, which has been scientifically validated to be anti-inflammatory.2

Alpha-Pinene is also neuroprotective.3 The Healthy Aging Oil Blend is high in the Omega-6 fatty acid Linoleic acid. This particular fatty acid has demonstrated remarkable benefits related to wound healing and tissue repair when included in products for topical applications and may therefore show powerful benefits cosmetically for soothing and repairing inflamed or damaged skin.4

This anti-aging oil blend contains significant amounts of the biologically active phytonutrient beta-sitosterol. Beta-sitosterol has been found to have many benefits for the skin when used topically, including increasing the amount of hyaluronic acid that is naturally produced by certain skin cells. Hyaluronic acid has a remarkable ability to hold water within the dermis, assisting with retention of the moisture barrier, preventing skin damage from the ever-present threat of environmental stress, and promoting the reduction of the visible signs of aging.5

The Healthy Aging Oil Blend contains carotenoids, a potent class of antioxidant molecules that can help protect the skin from the ever-present environmental threat of excessive oxidative stress.6

The Healthy Aging Oil Blend has been found to contain a significant amount of several biological active phytochemicals called terpenes, which are fragrant, volatile molecules that give particular fragrances to essential oils. The Healthy Aging Oil Blend contains the bioactive terpene beta-caryophyllene. Beta-caryophyllene has been shown to have several beneficial biological effects, such as supporting the immune system, acting as an anti-inflammatory, an antioxidant, and supporting the brain and nervous system.7

The Healthy Aging Oil Blend contains the terpene beta-myrcene, which has been found to have several biological effects such as being anti-inflammatory, an antioxidant, supporting sleep, and supporting the brain and nervous system.8

Our Healthy-Aging Oil Blend is created from NatureFRESH™ cold-pressed seed oils and blended to leverage the wide array of phytonutrients contained in each oil.

Product Attributes

The oils and powders produced at Botanic Innovations’ are from non-GMO fruit, herb, and vegetable seeds based on our quality assurance practices.

The oils and powders produced at Botanic Innovations do not contain, nor come in contact with, animal products and are qualified as vegan.

All of our ingredients are derived from herb, vegetable, and fruit seeds.

All of our products are certified annually by EarthKosher.

All of our products do not contain artificial ingredients or preservatives and the ingredients are only minimally processed.

All of our products are produced and packaged in the U.S.A.

All of our products are free of animal fats & oils and contain no nuts (including oil & derivatives).


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