Blueberries have a solid reputation as a healthy superfood and for good reason. They are high in antioxidants and other vitamins.
Eating a blueberry you might notice the subtle crunch of the outer skin followed by the tart sweetness of the fleshy fruit inside.
But what you might not notice is the tiny seeds inside the fruit.
It is these seeds that give us blueberry seed oil.
In the video below, I have two very distinct blueberry seed oils from different suppliers that both have important skin-nourishing fatty acids and a good dose of antioxidants.
What berry oils are you working with? leave a question or a comment below
Sounds like a lot of fun! Thanks for the video about these oils—very helpful to see colors and hear something about their benefits!
Yes, where did you get the purple oil? Beautiful!
It’s a company Cocojojo – sells lots of supplies.
Is there a company (or companies) that you recommend to source high caliber oils?
I do keep a somewhat vetted list that is up in the Facebook group, Lipid Love but here is a link for you; – https://susanmparker.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/Sources-Oils-Sept-2021.pdf
Yes, Susan! Green is a common term used in all natural perfumery! And..who is your favorite Blueberry oil supplier??!
HI Susan, I’d also love to know where you got this purple-coloured blueberry seed oil! It’s beautiful.
A company called Cocojojo.
You’re to cool! Thank you for all of the videos. I recently catorgized your emails as I reference them daily. So thank you, also enjoying one of your books. Take care 💚
Hi Susan! Blueberry seed oil is my all-time favorite oil to use, but I have NEVER seen purple! Awesome. Are you willing to share where you sourced this oil? I would like to dig deeper and learn how they processed the oil and maybe uncover how the purple color came about. Thanks!