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Wheatgerm is high in Vitamin E and has a great antioxidant action. It helps to soften and nourish and is especially good for dry and ageing skin.

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Wheatgerm is packed full of essential fatty acids and minerals.This oil is beneficial for tired aching muscles, try it in a sports massage blend! Otherwise, it can be mixed with other base oils up to 10%.

You may have noticed that our new Wheatgerm Oil is darker in colour to the Wheatgerm we previously stocked. This is because we now get our Wheatgerm Oil from a different supplier, where the Oil is less refined than our previous, which shows in the darker colouring. Wheatgerm is also a natural product, and therefore does vary in colour naturally. This new less refined Wheatgerm has a slightly richer consistency, and a natural 'wheaty' aroma, being less refined means that is it higher in beneficial nutrients and vitamins! Wheatgerm is high in Vitamin E and has a great antioxidant action. It helps to soften and nourish and is expecially good for dry skin, and is especially popular with those who suffer with eczema!

Triticum Vulgare (Wheatgerm) Oil.


Country of Origin: Argentina.

Family: Graminae.

Contraindications: Avoid use on those with a wheat allergy.

Oil Appearance: Rusty Orange.

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