Loelle Almond Oil 100ml

Loelle Almond Oil 100ml

€ 16,79

Product Specifications


Loelle offers 100% natural, organic and cold-pressed almond oil of the highest quality. Almond oil is nutrient-rich cold pressed organic oil extracted from sweet almond.

Almond oil is absorbed and penetrates quickly into the skin. The oil provides a smooth and soft skin with a nice luster. Suitable in the elaboration of most skin care products. It is ideal skincare and massage oil for the whole body.

Key Ingredients: certified organic Almond Oil

Key Benefits skin: Caring and softening properties

Key Benefits Hair: Almond oil is an emollient, meaning it can fill in gaps in your hair at a cellular level. That makes your hair feel smoother to the touch. Using almond oil on your hair gives it a softer texture over time.

Key Benefits scalp: Rubbing a small amount of almond oil directly on your scalp increases blood flow to the area and introduces powerful antioxidants to the skin on your head. Almond oil can also be used as a treatment for flaky scalp (seborrheic dermatitis) and scalp psoriasis.

At a glance

Almond oil is  suitable for all skin types, even for baby care. Contains antioxidant tocopherols, phytosterols and plenty of unsaturated fatty acids, which are caring and softening for the skin.

Organic cold pressed almond oil is very useful and is a good base oil in skin care products. It can also be used as a massage oil and for facial cleansing, e.g. removal of makeup. Almond oil mostly contains omega 6 and 9. Omega 9 softens, while penetrating well into the skin. Has the ability to make other active substances and fatty acids penetrate better into the skin. Omega 6 plays a particularly important role for the skin's barrier protection to function normally. Dry skin often suffers from a lack of polyunsaturated linoleic acid, Omega 6.

Obtain maximum results by combining Almond oil with:
Dry oils that are rich in omega 3, such as:
  • Raspberry Seed Oil
  • Hemp Seed Oil
  • Rosehip seed Oil

Moisturizing agents:
Linoleic acid (Omega 6),

Ideal for these Concerns:
Dry, damaged, dull

Ideal for these Skin Types:
Dry Skin, Normal Skin, Baby skin

Certified organic, cold pressed

Application Area:
Hair, Face, Body

How to use it

Use on hair: Small amount on hair ends. Can be massaged in on scalp, over night before washing hair next day to achieve softness and avoid dry texture.

Use on skin: After cleansing and toner use a small amount over entire face, neck and décolletage. Can be applied all over body, especially on areas that needs extra softness


Prunus amygdalus dulcis (Almond) oil


Number of items in package:

Number of pieces in package:

Alcohol free:

Anti wrinkle:

Dermatologically tested:



Skin problem:
Dry Skin, rough skin,

Skin type:

Moist locking , Moist binding


100 ml

Content per dispenser:
100 ml

154 g

With scrub:

Natural ingredients:

Fragrance free:

Product language:

Leaflet language:



pH neutral:


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Best tips for a soft and beautiful winter

Loelle's organic skincare therapist, Kajsa Bodin, helps you with how you can take care of your skin. 

Now that we enter the colder seasons, humidity is dropping both outside and indoors and we spend more time indoors which makes the skin drier. When the skin is dry, it becomes more sensitive and frail and it is easy to get irritations and eczema in the skin. But with a few simple everyday routines allow you to keep your skin soft and comfortable this winter.


Prevent dehydration by lubricating the skin regularly. Use natural and organic oils that have the properties to reduce waterloss from skin surface and refill with omega fatty acids.

Most vulnerable areas are face and hands. Grease and massage your hands with Argan Oil then you prevent self-cracks and narity and offer nails and cuticles a nutritional injection.

For your face you may need a slightly more powerful and particularly nourishing moisturizer and supplement for which organic Almond Oil would be an optimal moisturizer. It also provides extra nutrition and helps dry skin with elasticity.

Moisturize from within

For the skin to feel good, nutrition and "lubrication" are also needed from within. Omega-fats, especially omega 3, are a good dietary supplement for the skin, not least in winter. Don’t forget the intake of liquids which add extra moisture from within. Drink water, eat liquid food like smoothies and soups.


Old skin cells should be removed from time to time to make room for new ones.

For the body Loelle's Moroccan Black Soap is marvelous, it dissolves dirt and old skin cells so that they can be easily removed during a smooth scrub with Loelle’s Scrub Glove.

Vegetable oils

If you are going out in sub-zero temperatures, it is wise to avoid water-based skin care products in the morning, the risk of vascular stretch marks (cuperoses) in thinner skin parts (nose, cheeks) are more important when we use water-based products, also the risk of freezing on the skin.

Instead, use vegetable oils that are quickly absorbed by the skin and does not freeze, but instead have the ability to encapsulate the moisture and act as a protective barrier from external stresses such as cold.

A lovely body oil, such as Jojoba Oil or Almond Oil is also nice to lubricate yourself with after bath and shower. Everyday luxury that makes a Difference!

Wash just right

A regular soap raises the pHvalue, wipes out the skin and makes it more sensitive. Rather use a soft vegetable soap adapted for sensitive skin, eg Loelle’s Olive Soap or Rose Soap.

You can also use Almond- and Jojoba Oil in the shower, with the assistance of a sponge remove dirt efficiently and the skin remains soft and len. Avoid washing your face in the morning when it's cold.

Moisturize from outside

The winter skin is well felt by an extra moisturizer during the day. Many of us staying in dry indoor air, perhaps close to computer screens, strong lighting or other things that make the air extra dry.

You can then moisturize the skin during the day with a moisturizing facial. Make sure it doesn't contain alcohol only, which can dry out further. Loelles pH balancing and price-winning Rose Water or Neroli Water are highly recommended.

Remember your lips

The lips get drier in winter. Anticipate and moisturize with an oil. Avoid mineral oils, such as paraffin oil that easily creates a lubrication addiction. You can also peel your lips if they've become dry, it'll start circulation and removes dry skin.

For peeling the lips, I recommend a homemade variant containing optional base oil, such as Jojoba Oil, and granulated sugar that may act as peeling grains; Voila! You've got velvety lips again.

Frisy, electric and dry winter hair?

Our luxurious Hair Oil is absolutely fantastic to work with and te be applied in wet hair after washing. Hair oil effectively encapsulates the moisture into the hair without it being weighed down or looking greasy. You'll feel incredible difference in hair texture! It can also be used to prevent a moisture loss at e.g. styling with heat.

Other oils can also do wonders in a dry winter hair. Add a few drops of Jojoba Oil in your shampoo when shampooing or taking some drops in the hairtips after washing. If you have dry scalp and/or dry hair, even a scalp- and hair wrap with Jojoba Oil do wonders!



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