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Passion Fruit Oil - Passiflora Edulis
Size (1)*: 30ml clear please select size
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Passion Fruit Oil - Passiflora Edulis
Size (1)*: 30ml clear please select size


Organic Passion Fruit oil, suitable for raw consumption. Thanks to its rich composition, it moisturizes the skin, protects against oxidation and reduces stress levels.



Its properties

• Moisturizing

• Antioxidant

• Anxiolytic

• Sedative

• Analgesic

• Diuretic

• Antimicrobial

• Hypolipidemic


Why we formulated it

The roots and aerial parts of the Passiflora species (Passion Fruit) are widely used in traditional medicine, due to their anxiolytic, sedative, diuretic, analgesic and antimicrobial properties. The seeds also show cytotoxic and antioxidant activity, thanks to their high content of carotenoids, polyphenols and tocopherols. Passion Fruit oil is an extremely moisturizing agent and therefore commonly used in many cosmetic preparations. Research also proves its hypolipidemic action, which is attributed to the high concentration of linoleic acid.



How to use

• After cleansing, massage it on the skin for hydration and nourishment.

• You can mix it with other oils, such as Almond Oil.

• Add it to sauces, salads and dishes with rice or chicken.




Not recommended for frying.



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


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



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



It is made of

Passion Fruit oil is extracted from the seeds of the Passiflora Edulis plant via cold pressing.


Formulated with

100% Passion Fruit oil (Passiflora Edulis seed oil)


Formulated WITHOUT

Preservatives, Chemical Additives, Artificial Dyes, Fragrances, Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs), Mineral Oils



  1. Ferreira BS, de Almeida CG, Faza LP, de Almeida A, Diniz CG, da Silva VL, Grazul RM, Le Hyaric M. Comparative properties of Amazonian oils obtained by different extraction methods. Molecules. 2011 Jul 13;16(7):5875-85. doi: 10.3390/molecules16075875. PMID: 21750480; PMCID: PMC6264581.
  2. Kiefer J, Lampe AI, Nicoli SF, Lucarini M, Durazzo A. Identification of Passion Fruit Oil Adulteration by Chemometric Analysis of FTIR Spectra. Molecules. 2019 Sep 4;24(18):3219. doi: 10.3390/molecules24183219. PMID: 31487942; PMCID: PMC6767306.
  3. Ngakou Takam P, Tonfack Djikeng F, Kuate D, Nouemsi Kengne AP, Doungué Tsafack H, Makamwé I, Oben JE. Passiflora edulis seed oil from west Cameroon: Chemical characterization and assessment of its hypolipidemic effect in high-fat diet-induced rats. Food Sci Nutr. 2019 Oct 22;7(11):3751-3758. doi: 10.1002/fsn3.1234. PMID: 31763024; PMCID: PMC6848813.

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