Black Cumin Seed Carrier Oil is derived from the seeds of the Nigella sativa botanical, better known as the Fennel Flower. It is also commonly known by various other names, including Black Oil, Baraka, Fitch Oil, Kalajira Oil, Kalonji Oil, and Love in a Mist, to name only a few.
Black Cumin Seed Carrier Oil is derived from small, black, crescent-shaped seeds that is traditionally known to have abundant beneficial properties. Its historical usage can be traced back to the Middle East and the Mediterranean where it was revered as a remedy for skin and hair in particular. Due to its faster absorption by the skin, the seed oil is known to be more potent than the seeds themselves.
The oil of these carminative Black Cumin Seeds contains B-vitamins which are believed to strengthen the skin to protect itself. Its antioxidant and soothing properties helps to soothe dry and irritated skin and keep it moisturized. Alongside its ability to soften and smooth the skin, it is also believed to be suitable to use as a hair oil when dealing with hair falls.