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Roselle Hibiscus Seed Carrier Oil - 100 ml

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Roselle Hibiscus Seed Carrier Oil

Hibiscus sabdariffa



INCI Name: Hibiscus sabdariffa (Hibiscus) seed oil

CAS Number: 84775-96-2




COMMON NAMES: Roselle Seed oil, Rosella seed oil, Karkade seed oil, Huile de graine d' Oseille de Guinée. Huile de graine de Bissap. Jelly Okra, Jamaican sorrel…

APPEARANCE: Pale yellow to Golden yellow, serum-like fluid oily liquid; Quite penetrating oil, easily absorbed by the skin.

ODOUR NOTE:  Mild, with hint of sweet seeds/nuts.

QUALITY: Stable 100 % pure and natural first cold pressed extra virgin carrier oil.

STORAGE CONDITIONS: Keep tightly closed in a dry, cool, place away from sunlight and heat sources


COMPOSITION/ FATTY ACID PROFILE: 42.80% LINOLEIC ACID (OMEGA-6), 30.90% OLEIC ACID (OMEGA-9), 18.90% PALMITIC ACID, 5.10% STEARIC ACID72% beta-sitosterol, 14% Campesterol, 6% Avenastrerol, VIT.E (25% alpha tocopherol, 74.5% gamma-tocopherol, 0.5% delta- tocopherol), Essential Minerals (Potassium, Sodium, Calcium, Phosphorus and Magnesium).



This is the cold pressed virgin oil obtained from the seeds of Hibiscus sabdariffa. It is not a macerated oil (from petals). 


For Hibiscus karkade petals, flakes or powder please follow this link to our herbal collection.


In many African countries (Senegal, Guinea, Ivory coast), Hibiscus (Bissap, Roselle) sabdariffa flowers, leaves, seeds, and its oil are used as much in food consumption, as in cosmetic care. Roselle seeds are a rich source of proteins and vitamin E (tocopherols), as 6x more than Olive oil an 20X more than Grapeseed oil. 


Used traditionally in their daily skin and hair care, by many cultures around the world (India, Indonesia, Malaysia, West Africa), Hibiscus seed oil is indeed a softening, moisturizing, hydrating and very protective oil. 


It contains high amounts of Essential fatty acids, known to play an important role in the maintain, protection and renewal of our skin barrier. 


The highly antioxidant Hibiscus seed cold-pressed oil is incorporated into the composition of many deeply hydrating “anti-aging” or maturing skincare and, in haircare formulas that target hair losses or hair re-growth (beta-sitosterol). 


COMEDOGENIC (Causes clogging of pores) 0=NO, 1 to 2 = HARDLY, 3 to 4 = YES, 5= VERY


  • Comedogenic:0 
  • High content in antioxidant active ingredients and essential fatty acids: +++
  • Hydrating: +++
  • Moisturizing: ++ deeply penetrating, regenerating, and nourishing. Deeply moisturizes. 
  • Anti-inflammatory, calming: +++ anti-inflammatory and antibacterial: soothes flaky and dry skin as well as acne-prone skins
  • Antioxidant, cicatrizing (scars, marks, pigmentation): +++
  • Purifying, cleansing: ++


All skin types. Ideal for dry, mature, sensitive, and dehydrated skins; Very good for Acne, blemish prone skins; 


Ideal in 25+ facecare. Care of stretch marks and cellulite; 


All types of hair. In Hair loss prevention. Hair growth. Ideal for dry, brittle, fragile, chemically colored, and damaged hair. 


Preventing hair splits; Ideal for dry, naturally frizzy, coily, or curly hair; 


For ease in styling, detangling, and defining beautiful curls.




  • Body care: +++
  • Face: +++
  • Hair, scalp, beard, and moustaches ++  
  • Nails: ++
  • Mature skins +++


IN FACE CARE: face serums, masks, oils, creams, gels, lotions.


  • As a deep cleansing, balancing oil (Oily skins, acne, blemishes)
  • In daily face care routine, from 25 yr., to maintain a supple, well hydrated skin, prevent premature wrinkles and lines.
  • To tone and firm skins, limits skin sagging, delays the appearance of wrinkles.
  • In daily face care for dry to very dry, dehydrated, sensitive skins
  • In “anti-aging”, protective, regenerating antioxidant skincare for exposed skins (outdoors, winds, sun, pollution)
  • In maturing, or mature to improves the appearance of fine lines, 
  • In mature skin care, to tone sagging skins for age spots
  • To Brighten up dull complexions. Healthy glow effect.
  • In Masks to help reduce and delay the signs of aging, face contours or firming mask to the keep skin good and toned for longer. To stimulate the production of collagen: to regenerate skin tissues and maintain their good elasticity.


IN BODY CARE: oils, creams, lotions:


  • Pleasant texture, easy to apply, leaves the skin feeling soft and silky. High concentration of omega-6 linoleic acid keeps the skin well hydrated.
  • Used in oils and creams to attenuate stretch marks, cellulite. 
  • For dry or dehydrated skins, to soothe rough, flaky, scaly skins.
  • In beauty oils
  • In massage oils
  • In after-sun skincare
  • In Restoring Manicure oils for hand and nail care.


IN HAIRCARE: Hair serum, pre-poo routines, conditioners, scalp massages, hair masks: 


  • To prevent hair loss 
  • To keep scalps healthy and stimulate hair growth. 
  • To strengthen, fragile, thin, damaged hair 
  • To bring hydration, shine and volume to dull, lifeless hair.
  • For naturally curly, frizzy, coily hair care. To help style and redefine curls.
  • To Purifies and calms dry, irritated scalps (dandruff)
  • To nourish and hydrate dry hair
  • To protect hair strands and prevents hair splits


With a wide range of application (face, body, hair), Hibiscus seed oil non-greasy texture and neutral scent, makes for an easy and versatile natural ingredient to integrate in your wellbeing or cosmetic personalized home recipes: 



Facial treatments (face sprays, face creams, eye contours, face serums, makeup removers, face cleanse): 


Apply as is for an easy day or night face serum

Use as is: A few drops, applied in circular motion, directly on a wet face, right after cleansing


Add a few drops to a neutral base cream to create an anti-wrinkle cream


Blend with another carrier oil to create a personalized serum; add adapted essential oils


For a concentrated antioxidant serum: 4 tsp Hibiscus oil+ 10 drops carrot root oil+10 drops turmeric essential oil

For an appeasing anti-age night serum 

2tsp hibiscus oil +2tsp evening primrose oil + 2 tsp cranberry oil+ 10 drops lavender essential oil

You can create face masks and combine with Hibiscus powder, white/pink/green clay, and Hibiscus oil



Body care (creams, massage oil, body serums, after-sun care, hand care). 

  • Apply as is right after showering, on a slightly damp skin (easy Body milk)
  • Create massage oil for stretch marks (combine with Rosehip oil and Avocado oil; add to shea butter)


Hair care (sprays, oils, hair serums, conditioner, gels, sprays, hair creams, masks, balms, shampoos).

  • Hair serum: Apply a few drops of hibiscus oil from the top to tips, to bring shine and strength to your hair, and for easy detangling.
  • Styling aid to help define your natural texture, Leave In haircare: Place a few drops of oil in the palm of your hand Apply oil to damp, cleansed hair and then let it air dry. For a shiny, smooth, and frizz-free style
  • Hair oiling routine. Massage some hibiscus oil onto your dry scalp. Massage with your fingertips using a circular motion. Apply the oil left on your palms to your hair, from top to tips. Cover with a towel, foulard or hair cap. Leave on for 30 min or overnight for a deep treatment. Shampoo and Rinse thoroughly. Style as usual.

More ideas:


  • Combine Hibiscus seed oil with a drop of Rose and Jasmine essential oils for a luxurious body or hair oil.
  • Get Inspiration from ancestral Ayurvedic oils and make a super hair serum by mixing Hibiscus seed oil with Amla oil, Bhringraj oil, Licorice oil, Brahmi oil, neem oil, Coconut oil and Aloe vera oil. Add a few drops of and essential oil of your choice (tea-tree, palmarosa, lavender to purify and calm itchy scalps; Cedarwood to strengthen, Mint, Rose geranium and ginger for volume, Jasmin, rosemary verbenone, and Ylang-Ylang for balance shine …)



  • Keep out of reach of children and pets.
  • As a rule, always perform a skin patch test before using your natural products for the first time.
  • WARNING: These properties, indications and methods of use are taken from reference works or websites in aromatherapy, hydrolatherapy and phytotherapy. They are found there regularly and for many confirmed by observations in scientific circles. However, this information is given for informational purposes, it cannot in any case constitute medical information, nor engage our responsibility. For any use for therapeutic purposes, consult a doctor.

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review

Just love this hibiscus oil! It absorbs quickly, with no oily feeling. Just baby soft skin. Can’t wait to use it in my hair routine tomorrow!