4 manufacturing secrets of the precious prickly pear seed oil

Used as our flagship ingredient in our entire Organic Skincare Range, Prickly Pear Seed Oil (called Hendiya in Moroccan dialect) is our ultimate signature.

It is a noble product that handle as such starting at the plantation to the vial. The seeds are treated like precious gems that must be handled with care and respect, as their benefits to our skin are simply extraordinary.

Our loyal community at Hendiya's knows this, our organic prickly pear seed oil is of superior quality and surprisingly effective, which can be felt from the very first use.

Even as we treasure our "trade secrets," we're going to reveal some of the techniques that allow us to produce the ultimate beauty oil and be the ultimate reference.

1/ The freshness of the seeds: The seeds we use are carefully sorted from the last harvests of the season, which greatly preserves the active ingredients of the oil.

2/ Seed homogeneity : Our oil comes from homogeneous seeds from a single harvest and the same plantation, resulting in an oil with superior purity.

3/ Pressing time : The artisanal pressing is done cold and continuously, drop by drop, which respects the deep nature of the product and does not harm its active ingredients.

4/ Very short human circuit : The harvesting of the fruits, the manual sorting of the seeds and the pressing of the seeds take place in the same place and simultaneously, they are followed by the bottling and delivery in the next few days. This means that the bottle of oil you receive at home was very recently in the wild.

All of this (and more) allows us to unquestionably deliver the most extraordinary of prickly pear seed oils and use it to formulate the entire fabulous line of Hendiya Organic Skincare

For more information:

Store: www.hendiya.com

Instagram: www.instagram.com/hendiyaskincare

In the press: Health Plus / Grazia / Shoelifer

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