Sea buckthorn have been used for centuries as food and traditional medicine in Asia and Europe. This study evaluated the effects of a nutraceutical consisting of sea buckthorn oil as a functional supplement (Omegia™ sea buckthorn oil). Subjects were randomly divided into two groups and were given capsules containing or without sea buckthorn oil. Skin elasticity, color, collagen, pore, and redness were measured using skin assessment instruments. Blood samples were taken to assess serum antioxidant levels by using ELISA (enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay) kit. Additionally, a questionnaire survey was conducted to gather information on subjects' experiences in eye discomfort and vaginal dryness issues. After 12 weeks, skin parameters showed improvement, and participants reported relief from dry eyes and vulvar issues. This study highlights the potential of Omegia™ supplements demonstrating the ability to delay skin aging, increase high-density lipoprotein cholesterol, and antioxidant enzyme activity when used continuously for a period of 12...

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