Used since Egyptian antiquity, the Nigella seed from the flower is still considered a "panacea". It contains in particular thymoquinone which is present in the essential oil of Nigella.
This molecule is considered as an emerging therapeutic molecule due to its immunomodulating, hepatoprotective, anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties.
Known to promote and inhibit melanogenesis (production of melanin), the benefits of its oil on the skin are deeply healing. Rich in fatty acids, mainly oleic acid (omega-9) and linoleic acid (omega-6).
It has a purifying effect on acne and skin with imperfections, but also calming and regenerating. It can therefore be used to soothe irritations and small skin problems (such as rose cups, cracks or irritations, but also razor burn or even eczema or psoriasis.
It is also recommended for mature skin thanks to its richness in antioxidants, useful for preventing the signs of