Tuesday, June 20, 2017

MISSO s2o Seed-To-Oil Wonder Extractor: Seeds Oil For Beauty, Wellness and Flavour


I never knew that seeds like chia, flax and sesame can be used for beauty and wellness. And I never thought that extracting oil from these seeds at the comfort of my own kitchen is possible. I was invited at the launch of MISSO s2o Seed-To-Oil Wonder Extractor and I got to witness during the demo why this is called the wonder extractor.


MISSO s2o Seed-To-Oil Wonder Extractor extracts 100% natural oil from small seeds for as quick as five minutes. A 200 grams of seeds can produce 100 ml of oil. Imagine a freshly-extracted oil to enhance the flavor of your food. You are ensure that there are no harmful preservatives and additives on the food you eat. 


The Korean inventor Youn Soo Kim went to the Philippines to personally show us how how the extractor works. It was launched in Korea in December 2016 and has sold over 900 units per month. It was also an awardee of the 2017 Korea Superb Brand Awards. 


Ever wondered why the Koreans have beautiful, flawless skin? It's because they are very fond of using natural seeds oil for their beauty and skincare regimen. In my Forty and Beyond article, I shared some of beauty and health benefits of using seeds oil. I have actually started a skincare regimen with the seeds oil that we extracted during the event.

Taking a spoonful of seeds oil everyday is also beneficial for the body. We should not just be concerned with being beautiful from the outside. You'll have a natural glow if you are also beautiful and healthy from the inside. It will show in your skin.



Use the seeds oil in your salad or you can incorporate them into your recipes. This garden salad has seed chaff and was served with Black Sesame Oil and Yoghurt Dressing. Check out my instagram FOODIE CHEAT DAY for more food using seed oil.

MISSO s2o is exclusively distributed by IAJ Wellness Corporation. Pre-order now and save P1,800. It comes with a FREE starter kit that includes 200 grams of white sesame seed, black sesame seed, and flax seed, and bottles for storing.

Visit www.misso.com.ph for more information. You can also follow their social media accounts @missophilippines 


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