Grapeseed oil is a simple but powerful ingredient that is a silent superhero in the world of skin care. It’s loaded with omega chain fatty acids and vitamin E, and it helps the vitamin E and vitamin C in your skin to be more efficient and effective at preserving your skin.

All these properties make Grapeseed oil a popular moisturizer to improve skin’s softness and elasticity. And did we mention Grapeseed oil is not only anti-inflammatory but also antimicrobial, and antioxidant? Like we said, Superhero.

The antioxidant ingredient in Grapeseed oil is called proanthocyanidin. In recent tests, it’s been proven to brighten your skin, repair sun damage and is an anti-inflammatory so you can say goodbye to puffiness! Using this on your skin consistently may even out skin tone and help protect your skin from absorbing the full damage of UV rays.

You can find Grapeseed oil in many of the moisturizers on the market including our South Beach Skin Lab – Repair and Release Cream. 

When you combine the extreme power of grapeseed oil with the peptides in the Repair and Release cream, you will see some amazing results in reversing some of the most obvious signs of aging.

Furthermore, the proven antimicrobial properties of Grapeseed oil have prompted some people to use it to treat acne outbreaks. Using a cleanser or cream with Grapeseed oil as an ingredient can be a the key to waking up without a pesky pimple or unexplained breakout. Grapeseed oil makes your skin clearer by attacking bacteria that can get deep into your pores and cause breakouts so it keeps your skin squeaky clean and your pores tight and youthful!

Last but not least, Grapeseed oil can actually help with the appearance of scarring. If you suffered from acne at a young age that left scarring damage or you have suffered a small cut or injury that has left a mark, the vitamin E in Grapeseed oil can actually reverse the severity and visibility of scars.

Have you seen benefits from a product with Grapeseed oil before? Let us know in the comments below!

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