Evening primrose oil is extracted from the evening primrose seeds. The oil is thin, clear yellow-colored, and has a slightly nutty smell. The oil has GLA, an omega-6 fatty acid that has both anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties. Young Chemist's cold-pressed evening primrose oil can be used for cosmetics as well as culinary purposes.
Many ask us what makes us different from the competition. The little known secret is that many large suppliers of carrier oil dilute their oils with cheaper carriers to increase their profit margin. This is often done at the manufacturing level and allows some suppliers to sell their product at prices that are occasionally lower than our wholesaleprice. All of our oils are manufactured by a team of experts that are industrialists with the knowledge and experience to ensure quality and consistency that is unmatched in our opinion. That’s the Young chemist uniqueness!
- Evening primrose oil contains GLA that may help in improving the skin’s epidermis, smoothens the skin, and improves its moisture, firmness, fatigue resistance.
- The oil is effective in treating depression, irritability, and bloating.
- Evening primrose oil may reduce the severity of hot flashes, which is the most uncomfortable side effect of menopause.
- It reduces the risk of high blood pressure during pregnancy or preeclampsia that causes harmful high blood pressure during and after pregnancy.
- Evening primrose oil has an anti-inflammatory agent that helps reduce blood cholesterol.
- Taking the oil for 6-12 months can improve the symptoms of nerve damage due to diabetes.
- Evening primrose oil can be taken with fish oil and calcium by older adults with osteoporosis, but after consulting with the doctor.
- Taking a small amount of Evening Primrose Oil can improve your skin if taken regularly.
- Young Chemist's Evening Primrose oil can be used to glow your skin. You can apply it daily or weekly after consulting with your doctor.
- For eczema, apply 10-12 drops on your skin twice a week for soothing skin.
- Do a patch test before topical uses as some people may have allergy to natural oils.