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About Omega 3 Skin Care

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In the beginning...

Our journey into the discovery of superior skin care products began unexpectedly, through intensive research into horse nutrition. Delving deep into the intricacies of equine health, we stumbled upon the remarkable benefits of flaxseed oil. Fascinated by its potential, we meticulously explored its properties and applications beyond the stables. Recognizing its nourishing qualities and rich omega-3 fatty acids, we embarked on a transformative journey to harness its potential for human skincare. Through meticulous experimentation and dedication, we formulated a range of skincare products infused with the goodness of flaxseed oil. The result? An unparalleled line of skincare solutions that epitomize nature's wisdom and scientific innovation.

Our products not only nourish and rejuvenate the skin but also deliver transformative results, leaving behind a radiant glow and an undeniable sense of well-being. From the stables to the skincare aisle, our journey underscores the power of curiosity, research, and innovation in unlocking nature's secrets for the benefit of all. 

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Why Flaxseed Oil?

The Best Skin Care in the World ???  Yes it is!

Our products are superior to other products on the market because:

  • No other product line uses flaxseed oil to the extent that we do.  Shea butter, jojoba oil, coconut oil and other butters and oils commonly used in skin care products today have a very small percentage of omega 3’s.  They are high in saturated fats and when taken dietarily turn into cholesterol upon entering the body.  When used on the skin it adds cholesterol to the capillaries of the skin and this slows circulation and promotes aging.  Furthermore, high saturated fats more often than not require chemical stabilizers to keep them from oxidizing and becoming rancid.

  • Flaxseed oil is extremely light and the molecules are smaller than all other oils used in skin care products.  This is evident when you consider that flaxseed oil cannot be used for cooking because the flashpoint is so low (220 degrees F), while shea butter and other oils used in skin care have a flashpoint of over 450 degrees F.  Their molecules are much larger and it takes considerably more heat to break the molecules down into a gas so it will flash.  This makes them a good cooking oil and flaxseed oil a very poor cooking oil.  The smaller molecules penetrate and nourish the skin while the heavy oils do no penetrate past the top two layers.  This feature is what makes flaxseed oil the best option for use in skin care products and it why it is able to penetrate to the deepest layers of the skin and doesn’t remain on the surface.

If you are using products other than Omega 3 Skin Care you are using an inferior product.  

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