Quick look at The Ordinary Chia Seed Oil
- 54% of the Deciem Addicts love it
- 57% say it has improved their skin
- 56% will repurchase it
- 4.7/5 on the Deciem Website
- Supports healthy hair
- Tames hair frizz / Add sheen
- Supports healthy skin
- Hydrates skin
The Ordinary Chia Seed Oil
Everything you need to know about The Ordinary Chia Seed Oil, including reviews, PAO, conflicts, when and how to use and unboxing of the original product.
- What is The Ordinary Virgen Chia Seed Oil & what does it do?
- When and how do I use Chia Seed Oil?
- Chia Seed Oil PAO – 6 months
- Are there any products that conflict with Chia Seed Oil?
- What is the colour, smell and texture of Chia Seed Oil?
- The Ordinary Chia Seed Oil Reviews
- Chia Seed Oil Faqs
- Prices: 12.90$AUD | 7.70$CAD | 7.70$US | 6.70GBP | 7.70€
What is The Ordinary Chia Seed Oil & what does it do?
Deciem´s simple explanation. 100% Organic Virgin Chia Seed Oil: a daily support oil for healthy, hydrated skin. Chia Seed Oil is rich in omega-3 (alpha-linolenic) and omega-6 (linoleic) fatty acids that offer a calming effect.
This formulation contains 100% pure Chia Seed Oil that is sustainably sourced, organic, virgin and cold-pressed. This immediately soothing, calming and nourishing skin oil contains an exceptionally high concentration of alpha-linolenic acid, an important essential fatty acid, and linoleic, oleic, stearic as well as palmitic acids, together with multiple vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. This oil also adds softness, sheen and strength to hair.
How & when do I use Chia Seed Oil?
The Ordinary Chia Seed Oil can be used on your skin or hair. For your skin, you only need a few drops in the palm of your hands and apply to the entire face. Use after water-based products and before any heavy moisturisers (if using).
If you wish to use on your hair, work a few drops through clean, damp hair as and when needed. Feel free to come and chat with the Deciem Addicts on Instagram or in the Facebook Group for tips on using this in your hair.
The Ordinary Chia Seed Oil PAO
The period after opening of the Chia Seed Oil is 6 months once opened. I always recommend wiping the bottle’s neck as I often find oils can get a bit gunked up.
Are there any Conflicts with Chia Seed Oil?
There are no conflicts with any of the hydrators or oils in The Ordinary range, making them great products to fit into any regimen.
What is the colour, smell and texture of Chia Seed Oil?
The colour is a light yellow. The solution is oil and it´s a light medium oil. It sinks into the skin really nicely. There is a smell to it but it’s not too overpowering.
Reviews of Chia Seed Oil
Unboxing of The Ordinary Virgin Chia Seed Oil purchased direct from Deciem and reviews by the Deciem Addicts on Instagram.
The Ordinary Chia Seed Oil saved my skin in the winter months. It´s amazing.
You only need a tiny amount and this leaves skin feeling so soft. Love it.
I have been using The Ordinary Chia Seed Oil for 2 years, and it has helped me tremendously with dry skin during winter.
I thought Chia Seed Oil was great, but then I started getting spots.
FAQS About Chia Seed Oil
What does The Ordinary Chia Seed Oil do? Chia Seed Oil is a daily support oil for healthy, hydrated skin; Chia Seed Oil is rich in omega-3 (alpha-linolenic) and omega-6 (linoleum) fatty acids offer a calming effect and condition the skin. It also offers antioxidants and can help with several other skin conditions.
Can I use Chia Seed Oil with Buffet? Yes you can
Is it ok to use Chia Seed Oil and Natural Moisturising Factors together? Yes you can
How long can I keep Chia Seed once opened? The period after opening is 6months.
Final thoughts on Chia Seed Oil
54% of the Deciem Addicts love Chia Seed Oil, 57% say it has improved their skin and 56% will repurchase it. This scores a huge 4.7/5 on the Deciem website. The oils are pretty good value and well worth trying. Once you find an oil that suits your skin, you tend to stick to it. I´m yet to try this one.
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