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Pomegranate Oil - Punica granatum
Size (1)*: 30ml clear please select size
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Pomegranate Oil - Punica granatum
Size (1)*: 30ml clear please select size

Pomegranate oil to fight free radicals, with regenerating and antiageing properties, to increase skin elasticity and take care of the mature skin. It is rich in Vitamin A,C and E, antioxidants, punic and ellagic acid.



Its properties

  • Antioxidant

  • Antiageing

  • Regenerating

  • Skin tightening

  • Moisturizing


Why we formulated it
Pomegranate oil is rich in antioxidants and can be consumed raw. Its antiageing and regenerating properties make it ideal to treat the mature skin. It promotes cellular regeneration, tightens and improves skin elasticity as it contains rare fatty acids. Its antioxidant action helps fight free radicals and the signs of ageing. Pomegranate oil helps balance the pH of the skin, moisturizes and leaves the skin soft and supple.



How to use

  • Massage it onto damp skin after cleansing.

  • It can be diluted and mixed with other natural oils such as Jojoba or Almond oil.

  • Add it raw to salads or vegetables to benefit from its antioxidant action.

  • Apply it daily onto your face, neck, decollete and hands before going to sleep to benefit from its antiageing action.

  • Add a few drops to your face cream for extra moisture and protection.

  • Apply a few drops onto brittle, damaged hair.

  • Apply it onto broken, damaged nails to promote their repair.



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
Pomegranate seed oil is extracted from the seeds of the Punica granatum tree via cold-pressing.


Formulated with
100% Pomegranate oil (Punica granatum (Pomegranate) seed oil)


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



  1. Schubert, Shay Yehoshua, Ephraim Philip Lansky, and Ishak Neeman. "Antioxidant and eicosanoid enzyme inhibition properties of pomegranate seed oil and fermented juice flavonoids." Journal of ethnopharmacology 66.1 (1999): 11-17.

  2. Fadavi, Abolfazl, Mohsen Barzegar, and Mohammad Hossein Azizi. "Determination of fatty acids and total lipid content in oilseed of 25 pomegranates varieties grown in Iran." Journal of Food Composition and Analysis 19.6-7 (2006): 676-680.


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