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Amla seed oil is sourced from Indian gooseberry, scientifically known as Emblica Officinalis Amla seed oil is packed with high amounts of minerals, vitamins, and other nutrients that improve inner and outer health. As topical oil, it miraculously transforms the skin and hair texture, color, and overall health. Its application makes skin, smooth, soft, brighter, and exfoliated.

Origin and history

Indian goose beery has been in Chinese, Tibetan, and ayurvedic medicinal and topical use for unknown times. The plant is originated in India but it is now cultivated in South Asia and many parts of the Middle East. Amla is named after its sour taste, as amla in Sanskrit means“sour”

How Amla oil is made

Amla oil can be derived from the fruit or seed directly. Or by infusing or macerating dry amla in any carrier oil.

Original and pure amla seed oil is squeezed from amla fruit kernels through cold pressing. Cold pressing preserves all the essential nutrients and antioxidants in their purest form as no heat is involved during the extraction process.

Organic skincare experts recommend cold press oils for skin and hair care, as they are more absorbent. Being less greasy and heavier they act as toner and moisturizer.

Skincare benefits of Amla oil

Amla oil is a powerhouse of Vitamin C.100 grams of Amla fruit carries as much vitamin C as 20 oranges. The fruit tissues contain ascorbic acid 160 times more than apples.

Glowing bright skin

Amla oil exfoliates the skin gently. Being a natural exfoliator it removes dead skin and reveals fresh rejuvenated skin. Providing it with a natural luster and shine.

It is the best oil to use before a bath as all the dead skin can be scrub down easily while taking bath.


One of its remarkable benefits is its anti-aging properties entrusted by vitamin A, B, & C. the trifecta of these vitamins stimulates collagen production. They exfoliate, regenerate, and rebuild skin cells structure. Making the skin youthful, rejuvenated, and ageless.

Wrinkles and fine lines are filled. It stops the appearance of new lines if applied regularly.

A complete skin regime

Mother Nature has enriched this miracle oil with cleansing, toning, and moisturizing properties.

  • Moisturize

With the additional carrier oil, it has the ability to seep deep down into the skin layers, providing it with the utmost moisture and hydration.

  • Cleanse

Acting as a cleanser, amla oil cleans open pores deeply. Eliminates all dirt particles and harmful residuals from the skin. Making it clean, clear, and glowing.

  • Toned and firm skin

Amla oils is a natural astringent that close and tighten the skin pores after cleansing them

Control acne and sebum production

Being an antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, anti-fungal oil, enriched with multiple vitamins it controls sebum production and helps reducing breakouts, effectively.


It has a unique combination of phytochemicals and tannin, both are highly anti-inflammatory components and help in cell repair and regeneration. They reduce redness and itchiness caused by acne treatments and inflammation.

Heal cracked skin

Especially during the autumn and winters when skin is dry, flaky, and cracked its healing properties repair cracks, hydrate skin leaving it soft and smooth.

Clear dry patches and fungal infections

Extreme dry skin with dry patches can be comforted overnight with its application. The antioxidant properties protect against fungal infection.

Prepare skin before makeup

Virgin cold press oils are suitable for the most sensitive skins. They can be mixed with tint or foundation before applying to the face. These non-greasy oils protect skin from any harmful effects of makeup products and keep them hydrated

Haircare with amla seed oil

Amla oil moisturizes, strengthens, and stops hair fall effectively. The antibacterial formation of amla oil prevents dandruff and other scalp issues like fungal infection, itching.

Take away

What you notice after Amla oil application, an instant soft texture, nourished, refreshed skin. What matters most is to choose pure, virgin, and organic Amla oil to benefit the skin most.


Disclaimer The Food and Drug Administration has not evaluated this information. The products mentioned are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. This article is for educational purposes.

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