Broccoli seed oil is made by cold-pressing the tiny seeds of broccoli sprouts are said to contain up to 50 times more of the antioxidant sulforaphane than broccoli. The seed oil is also loaded with vitamin A and is considered as the natural alternative to retinol. On top of that, broccoli seed oil also contains linoleic acid, which promotes ceramide synthesis which helps form a protective layer that retains moisture and visibly plumps the skin.

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