Its activities include photoprotective, moisturizing, antibacterial and antioxidant. It acts on the stratum corneum of the skin, fighting common inflammations in sensitive skin such as dermatitis. Its photoprotective properties make it ideal for protecting the skin from damage caused by solar radiation.
Sesame oil is obtained by cold pressing its seeds. It was already cultivated in Mesopotamia at least four thousand years ago. Currently it is still popularly used in Western countries in the form of seed, oil or derivatives.
Sesame is a natural revitalizer that nourishes and repairs the skin, providing vitamins A and E and antioxidants. It has a very high percentage of essential oils very rich in oleic, linoleic, linolenic acid.
Traditionally, sesame oil has been used to prevent the appearance of stretch marks or improve the appearance of acne marks. It is especially indicated in the case of sensitive and punished skin.