A yellow-greenish oil coming from the seeds of Cranberry. Similar to other emollient plant oils, it is loaded with nice fatty acids. It contains a very balanced 1:1 ratio of anti-inflammatory omega-3 (aka linolenic acid) and barrier repairing omega-6 (aka linoleic acid) (30-38%), and also a decent amount of skin-nourishing omega-9, aka oleic acid. It also has high vitamin E content and significant antioxidant properties.
Other than being a nice emollient plant oil, we also found a research showing that cranberry oil has wound-healing potential.
Show me some proof
- Shivananda Nayak, B., et al. "Wound‐healing Properties of the Oils of Vitis vinifera and Vaccinium macrocarpon." Phytotherapy Research 25.8 (2011): 1201-1208.