SIBU SKIN CARE

SIBU Skin Care

Premium, Wildcrafted Sea Berry (Sea Buckthorn) from the Himalayan Highlands

High in the Himalayas (12,000 feet above sea level) grows a tiny but resilient fruit that resists the harsh weather conditions and high altitudes. The sea berry (ssp. Turkestanica) fortifies itself against the elements by producing an array of powerful nutrients. With over 190 bioactive compounds, sea berry (sea buckthorn) is an unsurpassed source of Omegas 3, 6, and 9. And it is the world’s richest source of the elusive essential fatty acid, Omega-7, a fatty acid vital to collagen production and healthy skin, hair and nails.

1300 years of beauty

Sea Berry (sea buckthorn) is a natural product with 1300 years of traditional uses with the modern scientific research to back it up. Our superior processing techniques and our premium and exclusive source of sea buckthorn berry allow us to create a revolutionary group of beauty products.

Sea Buckthorn Traditional Use

A beauty revolution—13 centuries in the making

The first written documentation of sea buckthorn berry dates as early as 13 centuries ago in a Tibetan book of healing arts called Sibu Yi Dian. Nearly a third of its pages are devoted to the revered holy fruit, the sea buckthorn. Its medicinal uses for healing and overall health and beauty have long been legendary. And throughout history, in various parts of the world, the tart, brilliant orange berry has been used to rejuvenate, revitalize and restore, both inside and out.

Sea buckthorn from the Greeks to Genghis Khan

Genghis Khan powered his army and their horses on sea buckthorn for stamina and recovery from combat. The botanical name, Hippophae L. is derived from the Greek word “hippo,” meaning horse. Sea buckthorn was used to strengthen ancient Greek horses and restore their coats to a brilliant luster. And women throughout the ages have used sea buckthorn to protect them from the ravages of the sun and the elements. Founded on tradition and now based on extensive scientific research, sea buckthorn seed oil is one of the biggest functional whole food rediscoveries of the 21st century.

Traditional health-related uses for the sea buckthorn berry include:

  • Sustained energy levels
  • Improved cellular health
  • Cardiovascular support
  • Healthy inflammation response
  • Joint support
  • Moisturizing dry and damaged skin
  • Improved immune health
  • Decrease in wrinkles and fine lines
  • Addressing eczema and rosacea symptoms
  • Using sea buckthorn oil for rosacea symptoms and eczema

 

NOURISHING FACE CREAM

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Finally! A face cream that will agree with your sensitive skin. Our Sea Berry Nourishing Face Cream is light & readily absorbed to create a healthy, natural moisture barrier, without the breakouts and sensitive flare ups.  Perfect for every day, beautifully moisturized skin

For Extra Dry/Flaky Skin: Apply SIBU Hydrating Serum before applying SIBU Nourishing Face Cream.

 

HYDRATING FACE SERUM
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Experience the ultimate in skin hydration.  This light, non-oily serum penetrates deep into your skin to help deeply hydrate your face and neck & eliminate flaky, dry skin. Infused with vitamins, Hyaluronic acid and Sea Berry (Sea Buckthorn) extract, this serum fortifies the skin against the aging process and helps repair damage at a cellular level.

Recommended: For excessive dryness, follow up with SIBU Nourishing Face Cream to help lock in the moisture provided by your Hydrating Serum.

 

SEA BERRY SEED OIL

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Our therapeutic grade, organic Sea Berry (Sea Buckthorn) seed oil will help restore damaged skin to its natural, beautiful state. Sea Berry Seed Oil has long been used as a topical treatment to aid in the relief of skin conditions such as rosacea, eczema, acne, dermatitis and other skin ailments.

 

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