Oleonigella AP 207

Nigella sativa seed CO2 total extract

INCI-Name: Nigella Sativa (Black Cumin) Seed Extract

CAS-No.: 90064-32-7

EINECS-No.: 290-094-1

ORIGIN: Tunisia

CHARACTERISTICS: Clear Yellow-Brown Liquid Soluble in fixed oils, slightly in alcohol.

PRODUCTION PROCESS: By supercritical fluid extraction using natural carbon dioxide as a solvent.




  • Antioxidant property
  • Anti-acne agent
  • Anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties
  • Protects skin against external factors


  • Promotes healthy scalp
  • Improves hair growth
  • Increases hair density & strengthens hair follicles
  • Helps to fight different alopecia

Recommended % of use: 0,01-5

COMPOSITION: Contains primarily a fraction of fatty acids (Linoleic & Oleic acids) & a fraction of essential oil with p-cymene & thymoquinone as main compounds.

Nigella sativa seeds

The black seed oil has been used and known as the ancestral natural remedy for its therapeutic and beauty benefits. Extracted from the small plant of Nigella sativa (N. sativa), with pale purple, blue, or white flowers it spontaneously grows in North Africa, Middle East and West Asia. People have used the tiny black seeds of N. sativa as a natural remedy for thousands of years.

Traditional uses of this amazing herb originated from the ancient Egyptians, Greeks, and Romans. The most famous physician and philosopher of the Islamic world Ibn Sina (Avicenna) advocated N. sativa as the bodyʼs energizing compound and as a remedy for fever, headaches, toothaches, and common colds. It was also recommended as a soothing agent for skin disorders, wounds, and external irritations. Nigella sativa has been used as a traditional medicine in the Middle East, as an antiseptic and anti-bacterial agent that eliminates harmful topical bacteria, thus stimulates a strong immune response.

Black Cumin Seeds CO2 extract is a highly nutritive extract, with over one hundred identified nutrients including an impressive amount of vitamins and minerals and a high content of polyunsaturated essential fatty acids with linoleic acid as a major compound. It is extremely nutritive and has a strong ability to promote overall wellness and maintain health as a whole. Black cumin seed CO2 extract is a source of thymoquinone, well-known for its wide spectrum of antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects.


Skin benefits

The black cumin seed extract is a powerful ingredient that helps to achieve a healthy glow look with additional moisture and soothing effects [1-10].

  • Reduces acne problems due to its most powerful anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties.
  • Acts as a powerful skin protective agent against aging signs induced by oxidative stress.
  • Soothes skin and facilitates its healing process to effectively solve skin problems such as eczema, psoriasis, and vitiligo.

Hair benefits

The Black cumin seed extract is often featured on lists of natural ways to boost hair and scalp health in numerous ways [11,12].


  • Promotes healthy scalp by protecting it from infection and the normal aging process
  • Improves hair growth by moving dormant hair follicles, increasing density and caliber of the hair, and circumference of the hair strands
  • Helps to reduce inflammation and fight different alopecias symptoms


[1] Randhawa MA, Al-Ghamdi MS, A review of the pharmaco-therapeutic effects of Nigella sativa. Pakistan Journal of Medical Research 41 (2) (2002).

[2] Hadi NA, Ashor AW, Nigella sativa oil lotion 20% vs. benzoyl peroxide lotion 5% in the treatment of mild to moderate acne vulgaris. Iraqi Postgraduate Medical Journal, 9 (4) 371–376 (2010).

[3] Kale S, Ghoge P, Ansari A, Waje A, and Sonawane A, Formulation and in-vitro determination of sun protection factor of Nigella sativa Linn. seed oil sunscreen cream. International Journal of PharmTech Research 2 (4): 2194–2197 (2010).

[4] Ahmad A, Husain A, Mujeeb M, Khan SA, Najmi AK, Siddique NA, Damanhouri ZA, Anwar F, A review on therapeutic potential of Nigella sativa: A miracle herb. Asian Pacific Journal of Tropical Biomedicine 3(5): 337–352 (2013).

[5] Jawad HA, Evaluation of efficacy, safety and antioxidant effect of Nigella sativa in patients with psoriasis: A randomized clinical trial. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Investigations 5(2): 186–193 (2014).

[6] Emeka LB, Emeka PM, Tahir Mehmood Khan TM, Antimicrobial activity of Nigella sativa L. seed oil against multi-drug resistant Staphylococcus aureus isolated from diabetic wounds. Pakistan Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 28 (6): 1985–1990 (2015).

[7] Sudhir SP, Deshmukh VO, Verma HN, Nigella sativa seed, a novel beauty care ingredient: a review. International Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Research 7(8): 3185-3196 (2016).

[8] Eid AM, Elmarzugi NA, Abu Ayyash LM, Sawafta MN, and Daana HI, A Review on the Cosmeceutical and External Applications of Nigella sativa. Journal of Tropical Medicine 1–6 (2017) doi:10.1155/2017/7092514.

[9] Islam MT, Khan MR, Mishra SK, An updated literature-based review: phytochemistry, pharmacology and therapeutic promises of Nigella sativa L. Oriental Pharmacy and Experimental Medicine (2019) doi:10.1007/s13596-019-00363-3.

[10] Nawarathne NW, Wijesekera K, Gaya Bandara Wijayaratne WMD, and Napagoda M, Development of Novel Topical Cosmeceutical Formulations from Nigella sativa L. with Antimicrobial Activity against Acne-Causing Microorganisms. The Scientific World Journal 1–7 (2019).

[11] Rossi A, Priolo L, Iorio A, Vescarelli E, Gerardi Daniele Campo D, Nunno DD, Ceccarelli S, Calvieri S, Angeloni A, Marchese C, Evaluation of aTherapeutic Alternative for Telogen Effluvium: A Pilot Study. Journal of Cosmetics, Dermatological Sciences and Applications 3: 9-16 (2013).

[12] Rossi A, Campo D, Fortuna MC, Garelli V, Pranteda G, De Vita G, Sorriso-Valvo L, Di Nunno D, Carlesimo M, A preliminary study on topical cetirizine in the therapeutic management of androgenetic alopecia. Journal of Dermatological Treatment 29:1-3 (2017).


Like this:

Like Loading...
%d bloggers like this: