Experience this exquisite oil formulated to moisturize and brighten dry and dull skin. Prickly pear, our richly moisturizing hero ingredient, can soften and prevent fine lines, reduce inflammation, and protect the skin barrier while frankincense works to tighten, repair, and improve overall skin tone. A blend of Sea Buckhorn, Pomegranate, and Bakuchi oils deeply moisturize, provide essential vitamins and minerals, and offer effective anti-inflammatory properties. This face oil delivers excellent results that will leave your skin with a brand-new glow.


Ideal for Skin Types: Dry Skin, Sensitive Skin, Mature Skin

How to use:

For hydrated, replenished and revitalized skin, warm 3-5 drops between palms, gently pressing onto the face, neck and décolletage after cleansing. For skin in need of a little more TLC, add 1-3 drops to your favorite moisturizer, we suggest FACE ENZYME LOTION and FACE CREAMY LOTION for amore advanced hydration hit.

Ingredients: Four pure RARE OILS of the world. 

 A luxurious blend of Pricky Pear Oil with a pinch of Sea Buckhorn, Pomegranate,  and Bakuchi Oil

Why you’ll love it: for its ability to moisturize dry skin, soften fine lines, and keep your skin glowing day and night.

Feels like: a light oil.

What it does: deeply moisturizes the skin on the face and neck.

Prickly pear seed oil—a moisturizing, soothing oil derived from the prickly pear cactus—is quickly gaining momentum in the skin care world, and for good reason. At once gentle, healing, and protecting, this oil: a newer generation of rare seed oil has been used since 60s to combat the harsh sun and repair and rejuvenate the skin and hair from photo-damages by Moroccan Royals. Extremely Rich in vitamin E and brimming with antioxidants, prickly pear seed oil is one of the most powerful, luxurious natural skin care ingredients on the market.

What is prickly pear seed oil?

Also referred to as barbary fig oil or indian fig oil, prickly pear seed oil comes from the beautiful prickly pear (Opuntia ficus-indica, in Latin), a member of the cactus family. The plant is comprised of pads, seeds, flowers (usually yellow, red, or purple), trunks, and, of course, the fruit. Like other cactuses, they have also have prickles. Prickly pear cactuses can reach anywhere from 1 foot to 6-7 feet in height.

Where and how is prickly pear seed oil sourced?

While the prickly pear is native to parts of the United States, Mexico, and South America, and also flourishes in Africa, Australia, and the Mediterranean, the best prickly pear seed oil for skin care is sourced from Morocco. To procure the precious oil, the seeds are typically extracted by hand and then run through complex machinery specifically designed for this purpose.

How has prickly pear been used historically?

Used for healing and culinary purposes for centuries, the prickly pear’s versatility is truly extraordinary: The Aztecs used it to treat burns, the Chinese used it to dress abscesses, and Native Americans ate the fruit and made syrup out of it to treat whooping cough and asthma. In traditional Mexican medicine, it was also used to treat diabetes and high cholesterol. Mexicans have even used it for painting churches and homes, as well as marking property lines. More recently, prickly pear seed oil has become popular for use in skin care.

Why is prickly pear seed oil so costly?

Although the prickly pear fruits contain about 150-300 seeds each on average, the seeds themselves are tiny and only contain about 5% oil. It takes a whopping 1 ton of prickly pear fruits to produce just 1 liter of oil. Although the oil is costly, prickly pear is an incredibly sustainable crop.


What is sea buckthorn oil good for?
Sea buckthorn is widely used in skin and hair products due to the rich array of vitamins and fatty acids it contains. Apart from vitamins C, A, and E, the oil is rich in gamma-linolenic acid, an omega-6 fatty acid that helps blood circulation and reduces signs of aging.

What is pomegranate oil good for?

Pomegranate Oil boosts collagen production, enhances skin elasticity, reduces the appearance of scarring, promotes the reversal of skin damage, and leaves lasting moisture without leaving a greasy residue or clogging pores.

What is bakuchi oil good for?

The anti-inflammatory nature of Bakuchi oil helps to manage conditions like dermatitis and oedema. The plant has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties that can help to purify the blood and manage ringworm, scabies, and dermatosis with fissures.