Borage Seed Oil styled
Borage Seed Oil
Borage Seed Oil softgel
Borage Seed Oil liquid texture
Borage Seed Oil styled
Borage Seed Oil
Borage Seed Oil softgel
Borage Seed Oil liquid texture

Borage Seed Oil

High concentration of Omega-6 to support healthy circulation and better skin health

Supports body’s natural resistance

Promotes healthy circulation in the body

Relieves discomfort associated with women’s monthly cycles

Supports fat metabolism

Promotes skin health and better hair and nail conditions


People who wish to improve blood circulation and heart health

Women with monthly cycle discomforts

Women who wish to have healthy skin, hair and nails

Borage Seed Oil ingredients

Gamma-Linolenic Acid (GLA)

Each softgel contains 110mg GLA.

Supports body's natural resistance and circulatory health1
Our body uses GLA to make prostaglandins – hormone-like substances that support the immune system, help to control inflammation2, facilitate blood flow and maintain healthy circulation.

Relieves discomfort associated with women's monthly cycles3
GLA can help to relieve the discomfort experienced by women such as cramps, mood swings and water retention during their monthly cycles.

GLA can ease symptoms associated with menopause such as hot flashes and night sweats.

Promotes better skin
GLA helps to restore skin barrier and and has anti-inflammatory properties, which may improve skin conditions such as acne, eczema, psoriasis and rosacea.4,5

Promotes stronger hair and nails
As an omega-6 fatty acid, GLA coats the hair and nails, promoting healthy growth.



As a dietary supplement,
take 1 to 2 softgels daily after food.

High concentration of GLA

Borage Seed Oil contains 22% of GLA, which is much higher compared to evening primrose oil that typically contains 8-10% of GLA.6

  • No preservatives, artificial colouring and flavouring added.
  • Product colour may vary due to the absence of artificial colouring and presence of natural ingredients. Product quality is not affected.
  • If you are pregnant, nursing, taking any medications, or have a medical condition, consult your doctor before use. Discontinue use and seek medical advice if any adverse reaction occurs.
  • Keep out of reach of children. Store in a cool, dry place and avoid direct sunlight. Keep container tightly closed.
  1. Fan and Chapkin (1998). Importance of dietary gamma-linolenic acid in human health and nutrition. The Journal of Nutrition. 128(9); pp1411-1414
  2. Kapoor and Huang (2006). Gamma-linolenic acid: An antiinflamatory omega-6 fatty acid. Current Pharmaceutical Biotechnology. 7: pp531-534
  3. Horrobin DF. (1983). The role of essential fatty acids and prostaglandins in the premenstrual syndrome. The Journal of Reproductive Medicine. 28(7): pp465-468
  4. Kim, Ji Hyun et al. (2020). Randomized, Placebo-Controlled Trial of Gamma Linolenic Acid as an Add-on Therapy to Minocycline for the Treatment of Rosacea. Ann Dermatol. 32(6):466-472
  5. Kawamura.A. et al. (2011). Dietary supplementation of GLA improves skin parameters in subjects with dry skin and mild atopic dermatitis. Journal of Oleo Science. 60(12); pp597-607
    Dosage: 200mg of GLA per day
    Trial Period: 16 week
  6. Timoszuk, M., et al. (2018). Evening Primrose (Oenothera biennis) Biological Activity Dependent on Chemical Composition. Antioxidants, 7(8), 108
Borage Seed Oil

60 softgels
Made in New Zealand


Between Borage Seed Oil and Black Currant Seed Oil, which should I choose?

Each softgel of Borage Seed Oil contains 110mg of GLA. Each softgel of Black Currant Seed Oil contains 40mg of GLA.

Those with minor complaints may opt for Black Currant Seed Oil while those with more severe complaints may choose Borage Seed Oil for more positive effects.

We recommend those above 35 years old to take Borage Seed Oil to maintain their circulatory health or help manage discomforts associated with monthly cycles. Those aged below 35 may choose to consume Black Currant Seed Oil.

How many softgels of Borage Seed Oil or Black Currant Seed Oil should I take for my menstrual discomfort and cramps? Which should I choose?

Ladies above 35 may consume 2 softgels of Borage Seed Oil daily to manage monthly cycle discomforts. When the condition is resolved, consume 1 softgel daily to supplement your GLA needs.

Ladies above 50 who are experiencing pre-menopausal symptoms, should consume 2 to 3 softgels daily (1 softgel after every meal).

Ladies below 35 may consume Black Currant Seed Oil to manage monthly cycle discomforts, using the same dosage recommendations above.

After taking Borage Seed Oil / Black Currant Seed Oil, my monthly flow seems to increase. Is this normal?

Yes, this is normal. Menstruation flow increases after consuming Borage Seed Oil / Black Currant Seed Oil due to improvement in blood circulation. Discontinue use and seek medical advice if any adverse reaction or abnormal period flow is observed.

Can men take Borage Seed Oil / Black Currant Seed Oil?

Yes. Other than improving women health, GLA in Borage Seed Oil and Black Currant Seed Oil can also support metabolism, circulatory and immune health. Men are encouraged to take Borage Seed Oil / Black Currant Seed Oil to maintain or improve overall health.

Can children take Borage Seed Oil / Black Currant Seed Oil?

At present, there is limited substantial scientific evidence to support the potential health benefits of Borage / Black Currant Seed Oil for children. Hence, it is not necessary for children to take Borage Seed Oil / Black Currant Seed Oil.

Can pregnant women take Borage Seed Oil / Black Currant Seed Oil?

There are limited scientific evidences on the effects of Borage Seed Oil / Black Currant Seed Oil to pregnant mothers. We recommend pregnant women to take omega-3 fatty acids such as fish oil supplements instead for proven positive benefits on pregnancy.

As each pregnancy condition is unique, we recommend pregnant women to consult their doctor before consuming any health supplements.