C like Camelina

Grown in France, Camelina plant oil (Camelia sativa) is often found under another name, that of Petit Lin.
It belongs to the cruciferous family just like rapeseed oil. Its composition is rich in Omega 3 and vitamin E, guaranteeing a dry feel on application and protective and anti-inflammatory properties... Ideal for skin prone to redness.

Here are some of its virtues:
- Anti-inflammatory, it contains alpha-linolenic acid (ALA), an omega-3 fatty acid which has anti-inflammatory properties. It is often used to treat joint pain and inflammation.
- Skin protector, rich in vitamin E, an antioxidant that protects the skin against free radicals and environmental damage. It can help prevent wrinkles, dark spots, and other signs of premature skin aging.
- Moisturizing, rich in essential fatty acids, which help maintain skin hydration. It is often used to treat dry and irritated skin.
- Regenerating, it can help regenerate damaged skin tissue, due to its content of essential fatty acids and vitamin E.
- Improved cardiovascular health: Omega-3 and omega fatty acids -6 found in camelina oil may help lower cholesterol and triglyceride levels in the blood, which may improve cardiovascular health.

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