INCI: Persea gratissima
Where does that stuff come from?
- The avocado is a species of the laurel family.
- From a botanical point of view, the fruit is a berry
- The tree has its origin in the warm, humid tropical rainforest of Mexico and Central America.
- The fruit has been used there for around 10,000 years.
- Today it is grown in over 400 cultivars worldwide.
- The oil is obtained by cold pressing the pulp.
What can this stuff do?
- Great moisturizer for body, face and hands; very suitable for mature skin.
- Avocado oil is an all-rounder and can be used in skin and hair care, for massages and in aromatherapy.
- It can be used alone or combined with other natural ingredients to make your own beauty products.
- The oil is a native oil, so it is unrefined and retains most of the fruit’s wonderful nutrients.
- The oil can often appear cloudy and also solidify at low temperatures.
- You can take care of your skin with this rich oil that is packed with essential fatty acids such as oleic acid (omega-9), palmitic acid and linoleic acid.
- Avocado oil is rich in vitamins and minerals, making it a wonderful choice for mature skin.
- The oil is suitable for all skin types and is absorbed into the skin at a medium to slow speed, making it ideal for use as an overnight oil.
- Avocado oil is a valuable and well-tolerated care oil, also for damaged and sensitive skin
- Its moisturizing properties make our avocado oil an excellent hair care product and your hair remains soft, healthy and well-groomed.
- Avocado oil penetrates deep into the hair and can be used as intensive hair care.