Sula Grapeseed Oil | Review

Lately, I have been experimenting a lot with natural alternatives to my existing beauty routine and Grapeseed oil is one such pursuit. I’m glad I decided to experiment with Sula Grapeseed oil as I have most likely discovered something that could successfully work for my acne scars, spots and pigmentation issues on my skin.

Sula Grapeseed Oil | Review

Since this post is about grapeseed oil, I believe that it needs a little bit of introduction to it, so here are some benefits of Grapeseed oil.

So, what is Grapeseed oil?

Grapeseed oil is extracted from the seeds of wine grapes. They are mainly used in cosmetics and for culinary purposes.Grapeseed oil contains anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, anti-histamine, anti-aging, anti-allergic, and antimicrobial properties.

Here are some of the benefits of using Grapeseed oil topically :

  • Regulates the production of oil.
  • Brightens skin as it contains Vitamin C.
  • Acts a great carrier oil.
  • Grapeseed oil strengthens and repairs damaged or broken capillaries and blood vessels.
  • Maintains and heals skin.
  • Grape seed beneficial in treating acne and dermatitis.
  • Helps to tighten and tone skin.
  • Diminishes sun's damaging effects.
  • Has great moisturizing properties.
  • Promotes hair growth.
  • Can delay skin aging.

These are just an overview of the benefits of Grapeseed oil. Will be posting an in-depth post on how Grapeseed oil is beneficial and how to use it.

This post contains affiliate links, which means that if you click on any of the links, I will be compensated for it.

Now, on to the review of Sula Grapeseed oil.

Price & Quantity:

Sula Grapeseed Oil - Price & Quantity

Rs.295/ for 250ml.

You can buy it from here. 

Product Description: 

Sula Grapeseed Oil - Product Description

My Thoughts On Sula Grapeseed Oil:

 Sula Grapeseed Oil

There is a small logic behind choosing this Grapeseed by Sula. As you know, Sula is a home brand that makes Wine. Moreover, Grapeseed oil comes from grape seeds (obviously). These guys have the necessary raw material to make it. So, there is no worry (at least for me) about not getting the real deal, which is genuine grapeseed oil. The oil is derived using the cold-pressed process, so less to nil chemicals in it too.

Sula Grapeseed Oil Color

The Sula Grapeseed has a slight greenish yellow color to it and smells like Olive oil and wine put together. That’s the best I can do when it comes to describing fragrances. The smell is not strong and dissipates after some time. I’m saying this because many people have mentioned that Grapeseed oil is colorless and as mild to no fragrance. This is quite odd because anything derived from a natural source will have at least little bit aroma to it. This is my opinion.

Bottom line, the Grapeseed oil has some aroma to it. If you are okay with the fragrance of Olive oil then this should be fine too.

The consistency of the oil is very light and gets easily absorbed by the skin. I highly recommend oily skin people to use this oil. This may sound absurd but it actually works. It has controlled the oil flow and thereby reducing the whiteheads in my face. I'm using it as a moisturizer for the past one month and am absolutely loving it.

I can see a visible difference on my face. My skin is lot softer than earlier and I can see the spots and pigmentation marks have reduced greatly.

I’m also using it on my scalp. I’m using it along with couple drops of Lavender essential oil to treat my dandruff issues and I have found decent relief from it. I’m not sure if the entire credit can go to the Grapeseed oil but I can give credit for the soft and healthy hair.

Availability might be an issue as I have seen it only on Amazon. You can also buy it on Amazon.  Not entirely sure about it, so will be updating soon.

Here’s a summary of my review on Sula Grapeseed Oil.


  • Lightweight
  • Affordable
  • Easily absorbed by the skin
  • Great moisturizer for oily skin
  • Reduces spots, scars and pigmentation marks
  • Makes the hair soft and healthy
  • Treats dandruff*


  • Availability*
  • The fragrance might bother some


Sula Grapeseed Oil

I’m completely in love with Sula Grapeseed oil. It has made a remarkable difference on my skin. My oily skin is under control, lesser whiteheads, healthy hair and reduction in the marks on my face are just some of the things I have experienced. I’m sure with consistent and prolonged usage I can witness more positive changes. Sula Grapeseed oil has become an essential ingredient in my beauty routine.

Thinking of buying this product? You can check it out here. 

What yare our thoughts on Grapeseed oil and this product? Do comment below and let us know your thoughts on it.

Thanks for reading!

Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. In the case of any purchases made, I will be compensated for it.

  • thebeautyinsideout

    I have never thought of using grapeseed oil due to my ignorance of its benefits. From your review, I think I should try this one. Great post Sudha

    • Sudhaa Gopinath

      Thanks, Safi . Do try it out 🙂

  • Anjali Sengar

    Never heard about this brand.. Love the packaging 🙂

    • Sudhaa Gopinath

      The oil is great too. Do try them out.

  • Mariyam@TheBeautyholic

    Didn't know the benefits of grapeseed oil. This looks wonderful!

    • Sudhaa Gopinath

      Do check them out, Mariyam.

  • Lancy

    I've always wanted to try grapeseed oil on my skin. I've read how it has skin softening properties. Does it also work as a sunscreen?

    Thanks for the wonderful review, Sudha! I'm definitely check this out.

    • Sudhaa Gopinath

      Hi Lancy, thank you for commenting. I'm not sure about the sunscreen property. But i use it everyday before going out and it hasn't tanned me.

  • Jennifer Bobby

    i have heard about Sula wine but surprised they have oils... I like ur logic too about grape-wine people selling grape-seed oil 🙂 And, i LOVE oils!!!

    • Sudhaa Gopinath

      Thanks, Jennifer. I love their wines and now loving their grapeseed oils too 🙂

  • Sangeeta

    I'd love to give this a try.. I'm really excited that it helps with scars.

    • Sudhaa Gopinath

      Do try and let us how it is Sangeeta.

  • indiangirlsera

    Hey thanks. I too need it. Well reviewed. 😀

    • Sudhaa Gopinath

      Thanks Indiangirlsera and you are welcome!!

  • Akshika Sharma

    Wanted to try grapeseed oil after reading about it everywhere.After searching for it online and in stores,I realized that its a costly product ranging from Rs 500 for 30 ml to Rs 1000 and above for around 250ml by different brands. While searching for it deliberately,about 3 months back I found out about Sula Grapeseed oil.I am in love with it,price is Rs 295 for 250 ml.Huge price difference as compared to other brands as its a local produce.I had severe tiny bumps/clogged pores all over my face(bit different than acne not sure what exactly it is),I have started using grapeseed oil sincerely from around 1 month and since then my skin has recovered a lot.About 60% bumps are still there but I am positive about full recovery with regular use.I massage a good amount on my face every time before washing.Will also try using it as moisturizer.

    I completely agree on the point about reduced white heads and spots.Also as mentioned availability is an issue,its not generally available in any store.Previously I bought it from food hall,its no longer available there but its available online now.

    • Sudhaa Gopinath

      Hi Akshika, happy to know Grape seed oil works for you 🙂 You can get them from Amazon. Check out this link:

  • SkincareVilla

    I totally agree with your logic of Sula wines and the authenticity of their Grapeseed oil. By this logic I had already put the oil in my Amazon cart 😀

    • Sudhaa Gopinath

      Cool 🙂 Let me know your thoughts on this product.

  • Nidhal Sinha

    That's certainly an oil that's worth writing home about. I have the same variant and agree that's indeed a value for money product 🙂 It's definitely going to stay in my beauty arsenal for long.

    • Sudhaa Gopinath

      True that, Nidal. Thanks for dropping by and commenting 🙂