Babassu oil - Anti-aging property High levels of vitamin E, phytosterols, fatty acids, and antioxidants all make babassu oil the ideal remedy for premature aging. It can eliminate the appearance of lines and wrinkles, minimize scars and blemishes, stimulate the growth of new cells and increase the elasticity of the skin as you age.
Organic - Fair-Trade - Cruelty- free - Raw - Unfined oil - Cold pressed - Premium oil.
Origen: Amazon Rainforest South America
Fatty Acid of Babassu Oil
Caprylic acid - 0 2,6 - 7,3, Capric Acid - 1.2 - 7.6, Lauric Acid - 40.0 - 55.0, Myristic Acid - 11.0 - 27.0, Palmitic acid - 05.2 - 11.0,
Stearic Acid - 1.8 - 7.4, Oleic Acid (Omega 9) - 19.0- 20.0, Linoleic Acid (Omega 6) - 1.4 - 6.6
Our babassu nature born is anti-microbial to enrich your skin with vitamin E, which is essential for cell regeneration. The oil is naturally anti-inflammatory and is often used to treat skin conditions such as eczema.
Mixing this oil into a hair mask or as an ingredient in your shampoo can strengthen your hair strands and prevent breakage and split ends. The fatty acids form a shield, locking in moisture and giving your hair a healthier appearance, while also stimulating new growth from your follicles. It can even help people who suffer from dandruff and irritations on the scalp.
It regenerates the cells, besides having antimicrobial action. With this, the ingredient helps in healing of skin damage such as chapped lips, minor burns, superficial cuts, cracked heels, and other small wounds.
Reduces redness and inflammation
When applied to the skin affected by insect bites, stings, rashes, skin diseases such as eczema, psoriasis, and rosacea, or cracking, burns and irritations, babassu oil helps reduce redness and inflammation in the skin, as well as relieve the discomfort due to its anti-inflammatory effect.
Promotes healthy nails and cuticles
Another nutrient function refers to the health promotion of the nails. Applying babassu oil regularly on the fingers and toes strengthens the nails and softens the cuticles.
Healthy Oil Option at Kitchen
In the kitchen, babassu oil can be used as an alternative to healthy cooking oil. When it is ingested, it offers the same benefits of coconut oil as improving metabolism, promoting the health of hormones, controlling blood sugar, improving cholesterol levels, and can be added to a wide variety of foods
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Use in cosmetics. Body butter, cream butter, body lotion, shampoo, conditioner, moisturizer, hair mask, balm, hair pomade, facial oil serum.
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About Our Cosmetics - Are all natural, Certified Organic, Sustainable and They are sourced from the Amazon Rainforest, Cruelty-free, They are created with Plant-based, Food-grade Cold pressed butter, oils, We do not use any chemicals, fillers, or preservatives in our products.
PHYSICAL-CHEMICAL DATA AND APPLICATIONS
Babassu oil is similar to the palm kernel oil in its physical and chemical properties with a high content of lauric and myristic acids. Typical is its melting behavior: when it comes into contact with the skin, it immediately melts and produces a soft, silky skin feel, spreads excellent and quickly (comparable to coconut oil), but not deeply into the skin. In emulsions, it reduces the viscosity. A special feature of babaçu oil is its high content of lauric acid, which has an antimicrobial effect. The cosmetics industry, therefore, uses babaçu oil not only in dry, brittle skin but also in oily skin or mixed skin with inflammatory impurities as well as a cooling oily component for itchy, neurodermatitis skin. As a high-spreading oil, it is very suitable as a massage oil.