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Almond Oil - Prunus dulcis
Size (1)*: 100ml clear please select size
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Almond Oil - Prunus dulcis
Size (1)*: 100ml clear please select size

Almond oil with antiageing, healing and soothing properties, suitable for deep moisturization and skin, nails and hair nourishment. It is rich in Vitamin E and K, palmitic, oileic (ω-9), and linoleic (ω-6) acid.



Its properties

  • Moisturizing

  • Soothing

  • Healing

  • Antiageing


Why we formulated it
Almond oil is edible and can be consumed raw in salads or to pastry-baking. Its high content of oleic acid gives it its moisturizing and soothing properties. It is a classic oil for skin care due to its moisturizing and soothing properties. Almond oil has healing properties, treats sensitive skin, deeply moisturizes, improves skin texture, soothes irritation and relieves from dryness and itch. At the same time, its antiageing properties help the skin regain its youthful appearance. Almond oil can be used to nourish the hair, eyebrows, lashes and nails.



How to use

  • After cleansing massage it into damp skin.

  • Add it to your sweet preparations to give them a nutty taste.

  • Apply a small amount on the eye contour, as it nourishes the skin and the lashes and reduces the appearance of dark circles.

  • Massage it onto dry skin to remove your makeup.

  • Use it as a hair mask, apply it from the roots to the tips of your hair, let it be absorbed and then wash your hair.



You do not have to take any precautions during its use.


Store in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight.


The Physis Laboratory natural oils are packaged in certified, airtight, dark-colored vials with safety caps to ensure the quality of the oil.


Do not use after the expiration date printed on the packaging.



It is made of
Almond oil is extracted from the nut of the Prunus dulcis tree via cold pressing.


Formulated with
100% Almond oil (Prunus dulcis oil)


Formulated WITHOUT
Preservatives, Chemical additives, Artificial Dyes, Fragrance, Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO), Mineral oil



  1. Nachbar, F., and H. C. Korting. "The role of vitamin E in normal and damaged skin." Journal of Molecular Medicine 73.1 (1995): 7-17.

  2. Bolling, Bradley W. "Almond polyphenols: Methods of analysis, contribution to food quality, and health promotion." Comprehensive Reviews in Food Science and Food Safety 16.3 (2017): 346-368.


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