Skin


Papaya oil contains a high content of vitamins A, B, and C. Its proteolytic enzymes such as papain and chymopapain give it antibacterial, antifungal, and antiviral properties. It helps reduce acne by removing dead skin cells and preventing clogged pores. Enzymes, beta-carotene, vitamins, and phytochemicals in papaya oil have skin lightening properties that treat hyperpigmentation. Papaya is rich in antioxidants such as lycopene that defends the skin against physical signs of aging.
It improves skin elasticity and minimizes the appearance of wrinkles. It moisturizes skin, clears pigmentation, reduces wrinkles, treats melasma, treats eczema and psoriasis, and controls acne breakout. A gentle but powerful exfoliant, papaya seed oil leaves your skin feeling soft, supple, and luxurious.


Hair


Papaya oil helps the scalp produce sebum which nourishes, strengthens, and protects hair. Lycopene, a compound in papaya promotes hair growth. Antifungal properties of papaya oil control and prevents dandruff.

 

 

 

Papaya Oil

$16.99Price
  • INGREDIENTS

    100% Pure, Unrefined, Cold-pressed, Grade A Papaya oil

    No additives, No preservatives, No chemicals.

     

    SIZE

    3.4 oz in a luxury glass bottle

     

    HOW TO USE

    Don't use too much. Because oils contain concentrated amounts of nutrients and spreads very easily, only one to three drops are needed to get the job done.

    There are several ways you can use your papaya oil. You can apply it directly to your skin, your hair, or even add it to your products. To apply on skin, you can use it by itself as a moisturizer or after your face cream to seal in moisture. For hair, you can apply a few drops unto your scalp and massage it. Get creative and use it your way.

    Do a patch test prior to using.