Black cumin seed oil sludge is obtained by cold pressing the seed of the plant to obtain a nutrient concentrate that has outstanding skin care, anti-inflammatory and moisturizing properties. In addition to polyunsaturated fatty acids, the main active ingredients in cumin seed oil mud are vitamin E, thymokinone, carvone and limonene. Antibacterial, antiseptic and antifungal seed oil mud can prevent wound infection, allowing the process of wound healing (e.g., burns) to occur. Acute dermatitis occasionally reduces inflammation, irritation, swelling. When applied to acne, blackheads, eczema skin, it results in spectacular improvement, but research has reported positive experiences in patients with psoriasis and vitiligo (lack of pigment).
The anti-inflammatory and antioxidant mud pack protects skin cells from being “damaged” by free radicals, such as skin exposed to air in large cities or increased UV radiation. Reduces skin irritation, restores the skin's protective layer.
Due to its antioxidant properties, black cumin seed oil mud also has “skin rejuvenating” properties, protects against free radicals associated with skin aging, and divides fibroblast cells that produce collagen, which is responsible for skin elasticity.
How to use:
It can be used as a face mask alone or in combination with our favorite face cream and active ingredients. The microparticles in the mud have exfoliating properties, but can be used as a massage cream in combination with other natural ingredients (e.g. honey, essential oils).
In the case of a face mask, apply a small amount on the face (neck, décolleté area) and after 10-15 minutes, wash with lukewarm cotton wool.
When used without dilution, take a longer break between two treatments. It can also be used in diluted form on a daily basis, in which case a maximum of 5-8% of the cumin seed oil mud should be exposed to our mixture.