The surprising oil that SMOOTHS AWAY DECADES OF AGING

Believe it or not, the oil extracted from broccoli seeds packs the vitamin-rich punch your skin desires. With Vitamin A and linoleic acid to lock in moisture and prevent aging, plus sulforaphane to block harmful UV rays, broccoli seed oil is an all-natural alternative to costly retinol serums and creams. I love it so much that for a limited time, while supplies last, I’m sending a bottle of Brassica Body & Bath Oil to anyone who purchases my new book, Radical Longevity. Visit AnnLouise.coom/bso to get yours!

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3 Comments

  1. Diana

    I’ve tried this oil and love it on my face. It’s helping with fine lines.

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  2. Roberta

    I can’t wait to use it as a bath oil. My dry skin needs more help. I have itching.

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  3. Evelyn

    Who would have thought that broccoli seeds had oil in them?!? I’m going to try it on my very dry hands and feet, probably on my face too. I can’t get anything to work.

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