Mini Product Haul: Grapeseed oil & Apple Cider Vinegar

Okay!!! Yay!!!! I’m bringing you my mini-mini teeny-weeny product haul: it’s not even technically a product haul, more like a mini-acquisition! LOL…I digress. I finally got my 16oz bottle of NOW solutions Grapeseed oil I ordered from Sizzelle. My friend, Saluchi and I, actually decided to merge our orders so we could cut delivery costs… It sounded like a good idea at the time but, well I ended up getting my stuff like 2 months later, not because Sizzelle didn’t deliver early but lots of funny stuff sha.

My second haul product was Apple Cider Vinegar! Whoop! I’ve always wanted to do an ACV rinse so I went ahead and took the cheapest ACV I could find on the aisle. I’m sorry guys. LOL.

I have exhausted my ‘amped up‘ body lotion so my grapeseed oil has been active since the moment I got it!


Grapeseed oil is a by-product of the wine-making industry and is loaded with vitamins, minerals and proteins, as well as oleic, linoleic, palmitic and stearic fatty acids necessary for healthy skin cells.

  • It combats dandruff.
  • It moisturizes the scalp and hair.
  • It makes hair shiny.
  • It relieves dark circles.
  • It contains powerful antioxidants that fight the aging process.
  • This suggests that grapeseed oil is a serious contender in anti-aging skin care. Yep, it’s amazing. Grape seed oil.

So far, I have been using my grapeseed oil on my skin after my shower to seal in moisture and on my hair; massaging into my scalp and on my strands. And well, I love it. Definitely well spent money. N2600 in the Sizzelle store. Hurry while stock lasts. Hehehe!

P.S: People allergic to grapes may not be able to use this oil, while those taking anticoagulant drugs and medications to lower cholesterol and blood pressure should confirm with their physician before using any kind of grape seed extract including, grape seed oil for medicinal purposes. This supplement may also enhance the effects of blood thinners such as warfarin. Use of grape seed oil extract when you are taking blood thinners may increase your risk of developing bleeding complications. In essence, do your research.

More talk about apple cider vinegar (ACV) tomorrow!

What products did you recently purchase?

Love, Tunrie.


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