Linseed oil is made from ground and pressed linseeds through cold pressed technique. It can reduce inflammation, prevent heart disease, and reduce cancer risk. Linseed tastes like it smells clean, crisp, and mildly nutty and has a burnt or bitter flavor. Young Chemist's cold-pressed linseed oil can be used for cosmetics and culinary purposes.



Many ask us what makes us different from the competition. The little known secret is that many large suppliers of carrier oil dilute their oils with cheaper carriers to increase their profit margin. This is often done at the manufacturing level and allows some suppliers to sell their product at prices that are occasionally lower than our wholesaleprice. All of our oils are manufactured by a team of experts that are industrialists with the knowledge and experience to ensure quality and consistency that is unmatched in our opinion. That’s the Young chemist uniqueness!


  • Linseed oil contains omega-3 fatty acids, which may reduce inflammation.
  • Linseed oil contains linoorbitides, compounds known for their cancer-fighting and antioxidant properties.
  • Linseed oil helps to reduce skin cell inflammation and promotes skin rejuvenation.
  • Linseed oil can reduce the growth of cancer cells and might even kill them.
  • Linseed oil keeps the digestive system healthy and detoxifies the body.


  • You can apply linseed oil, mix it with a lightweight moisturizer and apply it evenly on your face.
  • Apply a few drops of the oil on your palm and rub it to apply on your hair or skin
  • Applying the oil under your eyes can give you clear skin around the eyes.
  • Taking linseed oil early in the morning along with a glass or two of lukewarm water will help your food to digest better through the day.
  • Linseed oil works as a cleanser for your skin. If you consume it daily, it clears your system, hydrates, and cleanses your complexion.