The Power of Prickly Pear Seed Oil: An Ingredient Highlight

Prickly pears, also known as Opuntia Ficus-Indica, are a type of cactus native to the Western Hemisphere, as well as Africa, Australia, and the Mediterranean.

The prickly pear fruit contains hard seeds, from which prickly pear seed oil is derived.

Obtaining prickly pear seed oil is a tedious process, as the seeds are tiny and must be hand-gathered.

Additionally, only about 18-20% of the peeled fruits are seeds, and the seeds contain only about 3-5% oil.

As a result, it takes a large amount of prickly pear fruits to produce a small amount of oil.

We need 1 Ton of Prickly Pear Fruits to make one liter of Prickly Pear Seeds Oil

The season to harvest the fruits is also limited, adding to the oil's high cost.

Despite the challenges in obtaining prickly pear seed oil, it is considered a valuable ingredient in skincare.

The oil is rich in antioxidants, anti-inflammatory compounds, and has antimicrobial and wound healing properties.

It also has been shown to be effective in fighting acne.

Prickly Pear Seeds image Pépins de figue de barbarie

At Biodido, we believe that prickly pear seed oil is worth the investment. That's why we've included it as the only ingredient in our Oil.

Our customers have reported significant improvements in their skin's appearance and overall health.

If you're looking to take your skincare routine to the next level, consider incorporating our prickly pear seed oil. And for a limited time,

Order now and experience the benefits of this superfood ingredient for yourself.


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