Spring wouldn’t be spring without the emergence of flowers popping up in gardens, pots, parks and fields. It must be a combination of their delicate beauty, their vibrant color and their intoxicating fragrance that uplifts our spirits.

Herbs and flowers aren’t just enticing to look at. Their health benefits have been cherished for thousands of years. Camellia oil, aka: tea seed oil, is no exception. In fact, Camellia oil exerts many therapeutic properties, including healing, nutritional and medicinal. It can be applied topically or consumed internally, to reap its remarkable benefits.

Cosmetically, Camellia oil is appreciated for its emulsifying agent. It makes a beautiful moisturizer and hair conditioner and naturally resists rancidity. Its antioxidant, anti-microbial and anti-fungal properties aids in accelerating healing of skin lacerations. Its astringent and anti-inflammatory qualities makes it effective for treating injuries and scars. As a neuroprotective, it can reduce damage to the nervous system. As an analgesic, it can be used as a natural pain relief. Or as an anti-allergic, it can help to suppress allergies. It even repels bugs (insecticide).

And that’s not all…

This magical oil is used nutritionally as a cooking oil to reduce cholesterol and triglycerides, boost the immune system, prevent cancer (anti-mutation), and lower blood glucose (anti-diabetic).

Sound too good to be true?...

Camellia is just one of nature’s plants that are overlooked in today’s society. With the increasing awareness of pharmaceutical side-effects, many are returning to traditional medicines and re-learning the amazing blessing and gifts our earth has to offer.

Camellia Oil is a great place to start!

Check out our products that contain Camellia seed oil...


This is so interesting, I can't wait to try it. Thank you!

I love your Argan-Neem foot cream. I wasn't aware there was camellia oil in it!