Sea buckthorn oil is a natural oil derived from the fruits
of the Hippophae rhamnoides l. plant. In addition to unsaturated fatty acids,
the fruit includes vitamins, flavonoids, sterols, trace elements, alpha
tocopherol, and over a hundred other biologically active compounds. Sea
buckthorn fruit oil content was around 1.5 percent, with the pulp and peel residue
contributing for about 33 percent of the total oil pulp and peel residue
accounting for about 24 percent of the seed oil.
The physical qualities of sea buckthorn oil from different
portions of the sea buckthorn fruit are not precisely the same, as at 15 DEG C,
pulp oil and pomace oil condense into solid, but sea buckthorn seed oil is
clear and transparent liquid. Mixed liquid, hexane, and halogenated organic
solvents such as oil soluble in propane and butane are examples of such solvents.
Tocopherol in sea buckthorn oil has a protective effect on
the skin, protecting the cell membrane in the unsaturated fatty acid from
oxidation under light, heat, and radiation conditions, preventing allergies,
wrinkles, and lipofuscin build-up, and improving microcirculation. The findings
revealed that sea buckthorn oil had a greater effect than vitamin E in
preventing lipid peroxidation in the animal body. To prevent epithelial cells
keratinocytes or rough skin, beta carotene can be absorbed directly through the
skin and converted to vitamin A and skin nourishment. Unsaturated fatty acids
can keep the water metabolism balanced and protect the skin from X-ray damage. Amino
acids have beneficial nutritional benefits on the skin and hair. Flavonoids have
biological effects and help cells to function properly.