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Watermelon (Citrullus lanatus) seeds are the source of a particular type of oil called watermelon oil. Cold-pressing, a method of obtaining oil, involves pressing the seeds to release the oil while preserving its original properties. Lightweight, non-greasy, and mildly scented, it is non-sticky. It is renowned for its hydrating and nourishing qualities. Uses for watermelon oil include moisturizing hair, preparing baby products like lotions and massage oils, acting as an emollient, delaying signs of aging, and acting as an emollient. In aromatherapy, watermelon seed oil serves as a carrier oil
Watermelon oil can be applied to hair to condition, shine, and moisturize it. It can be used as a leave-in treatment or added to hair care products, nourishing hair strands.
Hydrating and moisturizing:
Watermelon oil has excellent moisturizing and hydrating properties. It can strengthen the skin's moisture barrier, benefiting dry or dehydrated skin.
Watermelon oil is suitable for massage because it is thin and non-greasy. During massage sessions, it provides hydration and relaxation as it glides easily over the skin.