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Grapeseed Oil Uses and Health Benefits

There are Several Uses for Grapeseed Oil


Grapeseed oil is commonly used in cooking. It has a high smoking point and it’s very pure. It is usually used for baking, stir-frying, deep-frying and fondues. Because of grapeseed oil’s light taste, it is used a lot of times as an ingredient for mayonnaise and salad dressings as well.


Grapeseed oil is a main ingredient used in cosmetics, usually. The oil can be found in lip balms, facial moisturizers, hand lotions, lubricant for shaving, bath oils and soaps. Since grapeseed oil is rich in vitamin E, it dramatically improves the look and health of skin. It is safe to use on all skin types including: oily and acne-prone skin. Another big plus, Grapeseed oil is a perfect moisturizer. On top of locking in moisture it feels great without leaving a greasy residue.

Aromatherapy and Massage

massage with grapeseed oilBecause grapeseed oil is odorless it is used widely in aromatherapy. It can be used alone as a massage oil, because the skin absorbs the oil quickly and easily. Especially because it’s appropriate for all skin types. It tightens and tones skin, because it has a mild amount of astringent. The mild amount of astringent is beneficial for treating acne.

Linoleic acid is potent in grape seed oil. The acid is a vital fatty acid that is great for cell and skin membranes.

Health Benefits

Our health benefits greatly from grapeseed oil. It is known to lowering LDL cholesterol (bad cholesterol) and high blood pressure. The oil also reduces the risk of heart attack, atherosclerosis and varicose veins. Other reasons include: improving macular degeneration and other eye damages. Grapeseed oil is great with aiding in healing a wound and preventing cancer too.

Read more about other useful oils: peppermint oil, tea tree oil, argan oil.

4 Responses to Grapeseed Oil Uses and Health Benefits

  • Chrystal Niedrick says:

    I have recently heard of the benefits of Grapeseed Oil and just purchased my first bottle. I would appreciate any additional information you might have. Thank you.

  • ed malkus says:

    Please share any info on grape seed oil and its benefits to cancer patients and Parkinsons disease.— thanks

  • D.White says:

    I have been having a problem with constipation and was told Grapeseed cooking oil would help with my problem,if so what amount and when to take it.
    Thank you,
    PS. I did have prostate cancer treatment(radiation) in 2005/6 so far doing great,this constipation may be a side effect of that..I have tried most other treatments no use,so I am tryng this one.

  • Gary says:

    Grape seed oil is great for cooking. I do a lot of chicken breast and fresh seafood flash frying or sauteeing. Grape seed oil has a high smoke point so it can handle the high flash frying better than any other oil or butter. It does not modify the taste of what you are cooking. I also use it quite a bit in baking as it is a great substitute for butter.

    To get a good healthy dose of this beneficial oil, I would suggest eating a salad daily, made of hearts of romain or dark green lettuce. Make a salad dressing with the Grape seed oil, vinegar and a touch of honey for flavor. You can put any other seasonings you’d like in the dressing and what ever veggies you’d like in the salad. I’ve read that 2 tablespoons of the oil daily, will reduce cholesterol, help with digestive issues, dry skin, may benefit achy joints by assisting with lubricating and help with getting a good dose of antioxidants. It HAS to be cold pressed oil only.

    I say this all after just getting my physical results. My cholesterol was total of 180. Good cholesterol was at 40. Doctor sugested I take fish oil to get the good cholesterol slightly higher. I mentioned grape seed oil and he concurred.