100% Natural, Raw, Pure, Hexane Free, Cold-Pressed and USDA Certified Organic Grapeseed Oil -...
- The ONLY USDA Certified Organic Grapeseed Oil available in the US. There are some online vendors who claim that their Grapeseed Oil is Organic, but it is not truly 100% USDA Certified Organic. Please make sure to check USDA Logo on any Organic product
- Our oil is NOT deodorized so you may get strong acidic wine-like smell (it's NOT rancid), which dissipates very fast and absorbs quickly. It’s 100% cold pressed (pressed below 40 degree) and in a raw form
- A California company, Made with pride in USA. Registered women owned minority business enterprise based in Santa Clara, CA
- This extremely rare, highest quality, premium oil is made exclusively from 100% USDA Certified Organic Pinot Noir black wine grapes variety from world famous wine region Sonoma, CA
Our 100% natural and USDA Certified Organic Grapeseed Oil is extracted from the seed of organic grapes using a cold processing method. This is high-grade edible oil. It has a beautiful pale yellow or light green appearance. It is refreshing, mild, non-toxic, non-greasy, and absorbed easily by the skin and considered safe for use by children and adults alike. It is excellent for pampering your little one or yourself. It makes an excellent massage oil, and moisturizer. What's more is that it is great for use by adults for its anti-aging benefits. Applying grapeseed oil around the eye area daily is known to reduce wrinkles and swelling. Furthermore, it is preferred in gourmet cooking because of its light taste that has been described as 'nutty'. There are two important elements in grapeseed oil, lineolic acid and the original pigment. Lineolic acid has several benefits for the skin. It can resist radical elements, aids anti-aging, and helps in the absorption of Vitamin C and Vitamin E. We simply added Vitamin E, and let the natural oil do the rest. Our vitamin E is derived from non-genetically modified soybeans. Grapeseed oil is rich in antioxidants; in addition, grapeseeds are plentiful, being a by-product of the wine making process. However organic grapes, and therefore organic grapeseeds, are a scare commodity around the world. As a result, organic grapeseed oil generally demands a significant price over the non-organic variety. *****UPDATE 04/23/2015 Due to the overwhelmed response from our loyal customers asking not to deodorizing the oil, we have stopped deodorizing the oil(even our deodorizing process was mechanical as opposed to chemical). The smell will be vary batch-by-batch and again it's not rancid, it just has very strong wine-like smell.