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Phytexcell™ Seabuckthorn

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The plant is common throughout Europe and Asia, seabuckthorn grows mainly in sandy coastal areas and in dry riverbeds in mountainous regions. It was more than 800 years ago that Genghis Khan, ruler of the Mongols, took seabuckthorn for strengthening his body. To this day, Mongols still concoct soups made from wild seabuckthorn berries to help them cope with the harshness of the long winter months. The berries have traditionally been eaten with milk and cheese by Siberians and Tartars, who also used them to make a pleasant-tasting jelly. Seabuckthorn berries are very high in vitamin C, five times more than kiwi fruit. They have mainly been used to help improve resistance to infection. The berries are mildly astringent, and a decoction of them has been used as a wash to treat skin irritation and eruptions. Its oil is recommended for topical application for treating eczema, psoriasis, sores and burns.

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Phytexcell Seabuckthorn

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Physical form at 25°C

  • Liquid


  • Botanical extracts
  • Microwave extraction


  • Active ingredients
  • Emotive ingredients

Regional availability

  • Asia
  • Europe
  • Latin America
  • N America


  • Skin care


  • Antiperspirants & deodorants
  • Body care
  • Eye contour care
  • Face / neck skin care
  • Facial cleansers
  • Hair conditioners - leave on
  • Hair conditioners - rinse off
  • Leg care
  • Scalp treatments

Consumer benefit

  • Microcirculation
  • Radiance

Certifications and standards

  • Halal
  • Vegan suitable

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Title: Phytexcell Seabuckthorn

Phytexcell Seabuckthorn; NA34635; Seabuckthorn

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