The grapeseed oil comes from pressed seeds of grapes and is thus an abundant by-product of the wine-making process. The oil is widely used in baking, or in salad dressing, or as oil infusions. It has marked its place due to the nutritional value it brings to the table. 


  • The grapeseed oil is known for it's anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, and anti-oxidant properties, like proanthocyanidin. 
  • Furthermore, the oil contains high amounts of Omega chain fatty acids and vitamin E. 
  • The main chemicals constituted in the grapeseed oil are Linoleic acid, oleic acid, palmitic acid, stearic acid, and beta- carotene.

With the stated nutrients, Grapeseed oil contributes a good-enough share in the body and healthy nourishment industry. 


Grapeseed oil contributes in skin and hair nourishment, and also in the medicinal needs. It is used in forms of oils, gels, lotions, creams, soaps, shampoos, conditioners and lip balms, clearly notifying the wide range of benefits it can leash. 


  • The omega 6 properties of grapeseed oil help in soothing acne, and preventing future outbreaks on the skin. The oil, being suitable is easily absorbent and hence keeps the pore unclogged and acne-free. 
  • The oil contains components collagen-friendly hence slowing the aging process of the skin by smoothening and firming the skin, protect the skin from sun damage, reducing blemishes, and wrinkles. 
  • It is an ideal moisturizing agent as it absorbs easily into the skin, without any irritation, or clogging any pores. The Oleic and Stearic acid also maintains the softness, suppleness and radiance of the skin. 
  • Vitamin E offers soothing relief to burnt skin, repairs scarred, and blemished skin. 
  • The powerful antioxidant proanthocyanidin evens out on skin tone when used consistently. 
  • Lastly, the oil helps vitamin E and vitamin C in your skin to be more efficient and effective at preserving your skin. Being easy-going on skin, it is ideal for oily, sensitive, and mature skin as well as skin afflicted with acne and eczema.


  • Linoleic acid helps in moisturizing the hair and promoting moisture retention of the same and doesn't leave a greasy residue on the hair. 
  • The Omega 9 properties help in stimulating thicker and longer hair, eliminating dandruff, and thereby supporting hair growth. 
  • The Vitamin E deeply cleanses pores and balances oil production, and prevents moisture loss from the hair. 


  • Oleic acid helps in preventing joint inflammation, stiffness, and pain. It further boosts the immunity of the body.
  • The oil additionally boosts circulation and reduces the appearance of varicose veins, spider veins, and cellulite. 
  • In massages, the oil helps in soothing tired muscles, while the anti-inflammatory properties may help in relieving the pain and swelling associated with arthritis. 
  • Vitamin E in the grapeseed oil improves numerous body systems as well as the body's ability to heal wounds by eliminating harmful bacteria. 


Using grapeseed oil doesn't have to be a hassle, 

  • To work as a moisturization mask, heated grapeseed oil can be slightly put in your palms, rubbed, and gently applied to the face. 
  • It can also be used in a massage to be easily absorbed by the skin. 
  • Furthermore, it may also be convenient to use grapeseed oil mixed with essential oils, like frankincense or lavender, to make skin extra soft. 
  • For better and assured results, it is recommended to consult a health professional prior to use. 


Grapeseed oil extract provides various benefits to the skin, hair, and bodily needs in both cosmetic and medicinal forms, thus summing up to be an easy-go-to hold, especially when it’s mixed with trusted products. It is a simple, low risk, and relatively convenient method to nourish your skin, or at least try to.