Wild harvested babassu oil is extracted from the babassu palm tree. This light and non-greasy oil melts upon skin contact due to the high amounts of lauric and myristic acid. You can say that the Babassu oil has become very popular in the beauty industry because it possesses a number of fatty acids that are beneficial to the skin’s overall health. Half of the Babassu Oil’s composition is made up of lauric acid while the remaining is made from a combination of Stearic, Myristic, Palmitic and Oleic acids. It is also rich in Vitamin E and Phytosterols which act as the oil’s anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant agents.
Wild crafted from the Babassu or Babaçu Palm Tree, which grows in Amazon rainforest of South America. The aroma is sweet, similar to coconut.
It also contains glycosides, vitamins and minerals, which maintains skin elasticity, balances dry and oily skin and soothes skin irritations, such as: eczema, itchy, dry and inflamed skin.
When used in hair care, it maintains hair moisture, protects against hair loss, scalp irritations including dandruff and maintains hair health. Babassu oil conditions the hair and restores its natural shine without weighing it down.
|Botanical Name||Orbignya oleifera|
|Country of origin||Guatemala|
|Cultivation||Conventional (Non GMO)|
|Extraction Method||Cold Pressed / Unrefined|
|Scent||Similar to coconut|
Babassu Oil is a great emollient beneficial for both dry and oily skin. It gently moisturizes the skin without contributing to an oily sheen. It can be used in many skin care products such as soaps, creams, milks, lip balms, and hair care products.
|Shelf Life||Babassu Oil is slow to become rancid; users can expect 1-2 Years with proper Storage (cool, out of direct sunlight). Refrigeration after opening is recommended.|
|Manufacture||Best Natures Cosmetic|
|Country of Manufacture||Canada|
|Disclaimer||This information is for educational purposes only, it is not intended to treat, cure, prevent or, diagnose any disease or condition. Nor is it intended to prescribe in any way. This information is for educational purposes only and may not be complete, nor may its data be accurate.|