Macadamia oil is extracted by the macadamia nut. It produces a super absorbent oil with velvety after feel. A dry oil on its own.
The fatty acid composition of macadamia nut oil makes it extremely valuable as a vegetable oil for frying or cooking; it is composed of nearly 60% oleic acid, as well as significant levels of palmitoleic acid and smaller amounts of linoleic acid.
Research has revealed that macadamia nut oil contains a high level of, including tocotrienols, which can have a powerful effect on the overall health of the body. Antioxidants are molecules that neutralize free radicals, the dangerous byproducts of cellular metabolism that can cause a wide range of chronic diseases, The high antioxidant content in macadamia nut oil makes it a potent addition to your immune system and can help to clean out your entire system when cosnumed internaly
Macadamia oil has high levels of Palmitoleic acid, which is anti-aging antioxidant. Palmitoleic acid is found in younger skin but diminishes as the body ages. Research has suggested that palmitoleic acid could assist in cell rejuvenation that helps heal skin and reduce dermatitis and eczema. The results of Macadamia oil are amazing!
One of the antioxidants in macadamia nut oil, squalene, is rare and has a particularly strong impact on our skin. Squalene is a naturally occurring antioxidant in our body, but adding more through macadamia nut oil can help reduce oxidative stress on the body’s fats and the skin, helping to prevent wrinkles, age spots, and other signs of aging
Due to its quick absorbance and its velvet after feel it is a wonderful way to moisturize skin on a daily basis, especially for men products. It soothes the skin and moisturizes it at the same time without leaving an oily residue
- Is it Tested on Animals?
- Only on humans, voluntarily of course!
- Is it Natural?
- Is it Vegan?
- Absolutely, No animal by-products in here
- Unscented, Natural
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