Hello, My Lovelies!

In the crunchy world, the seed oil debate is not a one-size-fits-all one. It can get heated & confusing, but I’m here trying to set the record straight. Amidst the myriad of opinions, grape seed oil and sunflower oil emerge as champions, boasting a plethora of benefits for your precious skin. But why the stark contrast between their reputation in skin care versus their status in the culinary world?

Seed oils have long been demonized for their propensity to wreak havoc when ingested. It’s a tale as old as time – the more seed oils consumed, the more free radicals unleashed within the body; culminating in cellular damage. High temperatures further exacerbate the problem, as the process of deep-frying can turn innocent oils into formidable foes, teeming with free radicals ready to ruin our health.

Yet, when it comes to skin care, the narrative takes a dramatic turn. Suddenly, seed oils like sunflower, grape, rosehip, and jojoba become super heroes, touted for their transformative effects on the skin. But why the disparity? How can the same oil be both hero and villain? The answer lies in understanding the nuances of oil processing & application.

Enter the realm of cold-pressed and expeller-pressed oils – the unsung heroes of skin care. Unlike their chemically processed counterparts, these oils retain their nutrient-rich goodness, ensuring that every drop delivers a potent dose of skin-loving benefits.

Take sunflower oil, for instance. Laden with vitamin E and linoleic acid, it stands as a beacon of hope for skincare enthusiasts. Vitamin E swoops in with its antioxidant prowess, warding off premature aging and leaving skin looking perpetually youthful. Meanwhile, linoleic acid steps up to the plate, fortifying the skin’s natural barrier and locking in precious moisture. The result? Supple, hydrated skin that defies the ravages of time.

But what sets sunflower oil apart from the rest? It’s the linoleic acid content – a staggering 70 to 80%, to be exact. This potent ingredient acts as a veritable shield, protecting the skin from environmental aggressors and quelling inflammation with ease. And fear not, for sunflower oil is a friend to all skin types, boasting non-comedogenic properties that won’t clog pores or cause unwanted breakouts.

Expeller pressing emerges as the method of choice for those seeking oils of unparalleled purity. Much like the revered Extra Virgin Olive Oil, this process ensures that every drop of oil is brimming with goodness, untainted by harsh chemicals or excessive heat. The result? Oils that are as close to nature as possible, delivering maximum benefits with minimal processing.

While the virtues of seed oils shine brightly in skincare, not all oils are created equal. Certain oils, such as corn, canola (also known as rapeseed), rice bran, vegetable, cottonseed, safflower, soy, and even peanut oil, should be avoided both in food and skincare. These chemically processed oils lack the purity and potency of their cold-pressed and expeller-pressed counterparts, rendering them unfit for consumption and skincare alike.

At True Love, we adhere to the highest standards of quality and purity. That’s why you’ll never find chemically processed oils in our products. We believe in harnessing the power of nature to nourish and rejuvenate your skin, using only the finest cold-pressed and expeller-pressed oils available. So go ahead, indulge in the nourishing embrace of grape seed, sunflower, rosehip, and jojoba oils – your skin will thank you for it.

Glamour Pack

Uses: Soothe, Relax, Invigorate, and Nourish yourself in addition to the Sun-Kissed Pack