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Ingredient Battle: Raspberry Seed Oil vs. Blueberry Seed Oil

raspberry seed oil v blueberry seed oil

Raspberry Seed Oil

What is it?

Raspberry seed oil is extracted from the seeds of the raspberry fruit. Most often raspberry seed oil is extracted from red or black raspberries using cold-pressing methods.

Why do people love it?

Besides adding flavor to jams and syrups, raspberry seed oil is also great at improving the health of the skin. It is packed with vitamins and fatty acids that help to heal and rejuvenate the skin and hair.

woman holding raspberries in hand


Rich in Antioxidants

Raspberry seed oil contains high levels of vitamin E, which is an essential antioxidant. Vitamin E helps to reduce skin damage by neutralizing free radicals, which are often the culprit for aging skin. Carotenoids and phytosterols are other important antioxidants in raspberry seed oil. Carotenoids stimulate cell repair and have cancer-fighting properties. Phytoseterols fight against oxidative stress and encourage the production of collagen.

Natural Sun Protection

UV rays can damage the skin, causing premature aging and increasing the risk of various skin conditions and diseases. Raspberry seed oil contains compounds such as ellagic acid that have been shown to act as a shield against UV induced damage. Though it doesn’t replace sunscreen, it can be used under your daily sunscreen for additional benefits and blockage.

bowl of raspberries


Not only does raspberry seed oil contain antioxidants that help to protect the skin from damage, this super oil also helps to prevent premature signs of aging such as uneven skin tone, bags under the eyes, and wrinkles. Vitamin E helps to reduce wrinkles and condition and plump the skin, creating an ageless, healthy appearance. Vitamin A found in raspberry seed oil is an anti-inflammatory that helps to lower the risk of various diseases and ease the symptoms of eczema and psoriasis.

How to use it?

Raspberry seed oil is often used for the face, hair, and body by adding the oil to do-it-yourself face masks, lip balms, sunscreens or lotions. A few drops can also be added to hair and body products you already use. Some people also apply it directly to the skin or hair.

Blueberry Seed Oil

What is it?

A blueberry is a small fruit that grows on a shrub that produces green leaves and bears white or pink flowers. They are light blue to black in color and grow wild in many parts of the world. Blueberry seed oil is pressed from the blueberry seeds and is often used for its health and skin benefits.

Why do people love it?

When it comes to anti-aging superfoods, blueberries make the top of the list. Blueberry seed oil has a variety of uses and can be easily added to anyone’s daily skincare routine.

closeup of blueberry


Heals the Skin

Blueberry seed oil is often used to repair and rejuvenate the skin. As it ages, the skin slows down its production of collagen, which gives our skin its strength and elasticity while helping to replace dead skin cells. Phytosterols help to increase the production of collagen, helping the skin to repair itself. It also helps reduce inflammation. Vitamin E is excellent at protecting the skin against environmental stress effects, which reduces wrinkles and helps you maintain your natural beauty.

Improves the Appearance of Your Skin

Omega-3 fatty acids found in blueberry seed oil are healthy fats that benefit the skin. Not only do these fatty acids help to reduce the appearance of wrinkles and bags under eyes, they help the skin to look plump, firm, and ageless. Another benefit the fatty acids in blueberry seed oil offers the skin is the management of inflammatory skin conditions such as psoriasis, acne, and eczema.

handful of blueberries


Though it is packed with fatty acids, blueberry seed oil is light and doesn’t leave a greasy residue, making it great for dry and oily skin types. The Phytosterols and vitamin E found in blueberry seed oil help with rapid absorption which helps in moisturizing the skin.

How to use it?

Blueberry seed oil is often used in DIY skin care recipes for lotions, lip balms, hair products, face masks, and serums. You can also apply it to the skin and gently massage it in. Some people diffuse the oil and enjoy the calming effects of the aroma.

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