Lovin' it

My name is Jack and I have recently been impressed with the effects of the Pomegranate Seed Oil. I am an elite athlete and I am a regular competitor in extreme endurance events. These events require me to be highly active for extended periods of time which can take a massive toll on my body both physically and mentally. After recently completing an all night event I suffered severe chaffing on the inside of my thighs. I was thoroughly impressed with the dramatic effect that the Pomegranate Seed Oil had on my inflamed skin. I applied the oil to the affected area and rested for two hours, when I woke the inflammation had completely reduced and the stinging pain was gone. I was no longer in discomfort and was able to train the following day. No other product I have ever used has worked so quickly or effectively.


Dear Sera,
What can I say,  but what an absolute delight it is to be using your oil on my face.  I have been inspired by Pomegranates for many years and to use your amazing oil on my face is such a joy each night...it is now 3 weeks since receiving my first bottle of Pomegranate oil and what a difference it has made to my skin...my skin glows and feels tighter...it feels alive and nourished.  As a woman in my late 40’s, it is so nice to be part of nature’s best kept secret...thanks so much for creating such a wonderful product and sharing it with woman all around the world...how lucky am I to be able to have glowing skin in my 40’s...thanks to Cardea’s Pomegranate Oil...
Many Thanks,
Susan Gianevsky
Be Free Now

I just wanted to say thank you so much for sending through a sample of the Cardea oil.  I have been using a few drops with moisturizer for the past couple of weeks and already I’ve noticed a difference in how my skin looks and feels.
The Canberra climate is so drying and for such a long time I’ve been searching for a moisturizer but nothing so far has worked.  Combing the oil with my moisturizer has lead to fantastic results.  My skin looks and feels amazing and that’s just after two weeks!
Congratulations to you and everyone involved in creating this product… my skin thanks you!

Cheers Lisa
Lisa Ridgley
Breakfast Show Host
MIX 106.3 Canberra


The power of the pomegranate – in all its forms! 

From pomegranate seed oil, juice and extract to the whole fruit itself, there are numerous forms of pomegranate to tempt our body and soul. As awareness and popularity continues to grow for their powerful natural antioxidants, we’re starting to realise the vast benefits for pomegranates in all their forms!!

Pomegranate can be taken in many forms like raw pomegranate juice, extract, pill, processed pomegranate concentrate, pomegranate seed oil or pomegranate fruit.

So, what’s the difference and which form is best?

The quick answer is…all of them! Regardless of the form, pomegranate has a powerful combination of nutrients such as folic acid, niacin, polyphenols antioxidants, vitamin C, vitamin B3, B6 and B12. Because of so many nutrients present in pomegranates, they are considered more beneficial than many other regular fruits and vegetables.

At Cardea, we’re passionate about all forms of pomegranates, especially Pomegranate Seed Oil. The benefits of Pomegranate Seed Oil are considered more significant than Pomegranate Juice because it is also a potent source of punicic acid, an Omega 5 conjugated fatty acid, beneficial phytoestrogen and a rare plant-based source of CLA (Conjugated Linoleic Acid).

With so much goodness, you simply can’t go wrong! What’s your favourite?


Pomegranate Seed Oil After Shower Mist 

Feel refreshed and rejuvenated after your bath shower with our easy-to-make Pomegranate Seed Oil after shower mist! You can even use it throughout the day as a facial spritz to awaken the senses and keep your skin hydrated. 

You’ll need…


240ml plastic spray bottle

Measuring spoons

Glass measuring cup

2 tbs aloe vera gel

1/3 cup witch hazel

1 tsp Cardea 100% organic, pure pomegranate seed oil

Distilled water or bottled mineral water

Then simply follow these three easy steps…

  1. Funnel the aloe gel and the witch hazel into the spray bottle
  2. Add in the pomegranate seed oil
  3. Fill up the bottle with distilled water and shake well

Introducing pomegranate seed oil into your daily routine

Being busy and on-the-go often means having a beauty regime that’s quick and easy.

Cardea’s Pomegranate Oil can be easily integrated into your existing routine, at any time of the day. Give it a try – your skin and body will love you for it!

  • Add a couple of drops to your daily facial moisturiser, cleanser or face washer
  • Add a capful to your bath together with your favourite bubble bath or body wash
  • Rub a small amount of Pomegranate Seed Oil into your legs after shaving
  • Rub a small amount of Pomegranate Seed Oil into dry hands, feet and other problematic areas such as elbows and heels
  • Add a few drops to your favourite hand cream, body moisturiser or sunscreen. Mix well and use throughout the day as required
  • After a hard day, give your partner a relaxing Pomegranate Seed Oil shoulder massage or back rub. Use alone or add to it your favourite massage oil
  • Rub a small amount of Pomegranate Seed Oil into your neck and décolletage before you go to bed
  • Add Pomegranate Seed Oil to distilled or mineral water for a refreshing facial spritz

How do you incorporate Pomegranate Seed Oil into your daily routine? Share your tips and suggestions!


A colourful past! 

Native to Persia, the Pomegranate is one of the oldest fruits known to mankind. It has a rich and fascinating history, dating back many thousands of years.

Did you know?

  • Pomegranates are the most represented fruit in ancient art and religion
  • Pomegranates were brought to China about 100 B.C. by Han dynasty representative, Jang Qian
  • The most famous varieties of Pomegranate fruit in Roman times were raised in gardens around ancient Carthage
  • The pomegranate is a symbol of marriage, fertility and abundance. It remains a traditional housewarming gift in many Mediterranean and Middle Eastern Countries
  • The current botanical name for the pomegranate is Punicum granatum. Punicum recognises Carthage as a focal point for pomegranate cultivation and granatum refers to the many seeds or grains in the fruit
  • Many Italian Renaissance fabrics boasted the pattern of cut pomegranates
  • Chaucer, Shakespeare and Homer all extolled the virtues of the pomegranate in literature
  • In Arabic folklore and poetry, the pomegranate is the symbol for the fluid of life
  • The Chinese consider the pomegranate one of the three blessed fruit (the others are the citron and peach). The numerous seeds symbolised many male offspring dispersed around the world earning fame, fortune and glory
  • The Moors brought the pomegranate to Spain round 800 A.D. Granada was named for the pomegranate, which became their national emblem
  • The first pomegranate planted in Britain was done by King Henry VIII
  • Ancient Romans not only enjoyed eating pomegranates, they also used the skins in the process of tanning leather due to the high amount of tannic acid in the fruit’s skin.

Harvested from nature

It takes approximately 500kg of fresh pomegranates to produce 1 kg of Pomegranate Seed Oil. At Cardea, our Pomegranate Seed Oil comes from the seeds of pomegranates grown organically in Turkey, in the Mediterranean. Pomegranates from this region are considered the very best as they contain higher concentration of punicic acid due to the ideal blend of climate, soil and traditional farming methods.

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