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Brazil Nut Oil
Brazil Brazil nut oil is cold pressed from the Brazil nut and is yellowish oil which has a pleasant, slightly sweet smell and taste. Brazil nut oil contains mainly alpha, linoleic, and oleic acids. It is rich in both vitamins A and E and proteins.
Brazil nut oil also contains small amounts of myristic and stearic acids and phytosterols. Today, Brazil nut oil is often found in high-quality shampoos and conditioning products. It is a wonderful hair conditioner; bringing shine, silkiness, malleability and softness. It helps renew dry, lifeless hair, split-ends and allows hair to remain very soft and healthy. It acts as a wonderful scalp and skin moisturizer. Brazil nut oil in skin creams helps keep skin soft and smooth. It helps lubricate and moisturise the skin, providing antioxidant benefits, helps prevents dryness and leaves skin soft, smooth and hydrated. Brazil Nut oil also makes for excellent massage oil!
|Benefits of Brazil Nut Oil|
Brazil Nut oil is a wonderful natural hair conditioner; and promotes shine, silkiness and softness to the hair. It helps renew dry, lifeless hair, split-ends and restores damaged hair. A superbly conditioning oil, Brazil Nut oil helps restore the shine and health back into your hair. It is particularly beneficial for adding softness and lustre to the hair, Brazil Nut oil It acts as a wonderful scalp and skin moisturiser. Brazil nut oil in skin creams helps keep skin soft and smooth. It helps lubricate and moisturise the skin, providing antioxidant benefits, helps prevents dryness and leaves skin soft, smooth and hydrated.
Brazil nut oil is rich in mainly alpha, linoleic, and oleic acids. It is maintaining soft supple and younger looking skin.
It also makes for excellent massage oil, blended with a favourite essential aromatherapy oil or just used as it is, it can be used as an all body moisturiser too.
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