Bitter Almond Oil

Bitter Almond oil contains cyanide, which in addition to its help for the beauty of the skin and hair, has antiviral, antibacterial, anti-fungal, and anti-inflammatory properties. Bitter Almond oil is a natural way to cure wrinkles of the skin and causes skin rejuvenation. As a facial lotion, Almond oil helps to increase the skin moisture and prevent wrinkles. Bitter Almond oil contains fatty acids that control fat of the skin and helps in treating acne. The almond oil will also cleanse the skin and help cure acne. The Bitter Almond oil contains vitamin E and can be used as a skin softener. In addition, Almond oil containing vitamins, B6, B5, B1, A, E, which all of them are useful for the skin. Almond oil contains nutrients for the health of the scalp and hair follicles that increase hair growth and also protect the hair from UV rays.

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Amazing oil for health

The best form of this herb is to use is oil. The Bitter Almond oil has numerous benefits and its benefits are varied.

It has a very sharp smell, and its bitter smell is recognizable. This oil is a clear and colorless liquid that fades when it is worn out. It smells strong, bitter, and has a highly toxic flavor. This oil is readily synthesized and oxidized in contact with air. Therefore, it has to be always full of content and stored in a cold place.

This oil is a kind of bitter almond extract that is produced via the cold-pressed method. It keeps the useful ingredients of this herb as it is effective for health, especially skin and hair.

Bitter Almond oil benefits

Bitter almond oil uses are varied.  In medicine and traditional medicine, this oil is used to relieve the muscles, ease inflation, and pain. Of course, it uses beauty products for skin and hair care. Nowadays, soaps, shampoos, creams, and lotions are made by this oil and are readily available in the market. The reason for that is also the effect of Bitter Almond in comparison with Sweet seeds.

Main Bitter almond oil benefits, Bitter almond oil uses

– Relieves muscular pain (1)

– Rheumatic and joint pains relief (2)

– Rubbing on the face removes the stains and wrinkles.

– Anti spasm

– Improves skin cracks

– Remedy for dry, chapped skin and cutaneous quitters

– Help to remove skin spots

– bitter almond oil for hair (3)


How to use the oil

The Bitter Almond is a tree called Prunus Dulcis, which grows in the Middle East and Asia. Although its trees are in the classification of nuts, Bitter Almond does not know as nuts. This oil has various amazing therapeutic and medicinal properties and is used for this purpose. The reason for that is the existence of a toxin, Hydraulic acid, that transforms into cyanide like apples, peaches, and apricots. That is why it is usually forbidden to eat in most countries unless they removed the toxic substance during the process.

Eating only 7 seeds that have not been processed under the process of separation of poison, can poison a person. with severe poisoning and special medical care. So you sometimes just eat one Bitter one between Sweet ones, that’s enough. The bitterness of it doesn’t let you eat a lot of it. Try to use its properties as oil and for topical usage. The oil also is easy for use, especially for topical usage.


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* Rheumatic and joint pains reliever
* Help to remove skin spots
* Anti spasm
* Remedy for dry, chapped skin and cutaneous quitters

Topical Oil 30 ml

Bitter Almond (Prunus amygdalus) oil

Rub on the spot 2-3 times a day.

Capsidin cream should not be applied to the eyes, mucous memberans and open wounds. It should not be taken by individuals allergic to capsicum. If worsening occurs or no improvement occurs after 7 days, stop using the product.

Burning, stinging and redness of skin are normal reaction of capsaicin and almost always lessen and disappear over a few days time with repeated application.
Test before applying for allergic reaction.

It is an OTC preparation and as a topical medication there is no intraction.

* Clean your hands immediately after using (unless treating hands) with a tissue, then wash them with water and soap. In the case of treating hands, clean and wash them after 30 minutes.
* In the case of accidental transfer of the cream to the mucous membranes and eyes, rinse them thoroughly with plenty of water. Visit a doctor if necessary.
* In the case of severe inflammation or burning, you can apply Calendula ointment or lidocaine gel, however normal effects lessen and disappear with repeated exposure to capsaicin.
* Store at room temperature (15-30ºC).
* Protect from direct light and heat.
* Keep out of the reach of children.

-ISO 9001
-ISO 14001
-ISO 10002
-OHSAS 18001