Description: A wild flower that grows in China and Japan, this natural plant oil contains anti-oxidants that help to help revitalize and rejuvenate the hair and skin.
Color: Clear light yellow.
Aromatic Description: None.
Common Uses: Camellia Seed Oil is an excellent anti-oxidant. This protects the skin from free radical damage - one of the best kept secrets in the cosmetic and hair care industry, and also provides for a long healthy shelf life.
Camellia Seed Oil is very similar in performance to Jojoba oil. Historically, it was the only oil used in Asia to protect Samurai swords from Rust and corrosion, another testimonial to its anti-oxidant properties!
Consistency: Normal Carrier Oil consistency.
Absorption: Camellia Seed oil is readily absorbed.
Shelf Life: 2 years.
Cautions: None are known.
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Bianca Rosa® natural carrier oils provide the perfect medium in which to dilute potent essential oils and "carry" them onto the skin and into the body. These deep-nourishing oils provide even distribution and absorption with light and non-sticky lubrication. Depending on the potency of the essential oil being diluted, generally, adding 1-3 drops of essential oil to every 5 mL (1 tsp.) of carrier oil is sufficient for most massage or skin care needs. Massage gently into the skin with a circular motion. Apply as needed or as directed.
FOR TOPICAL USE ONLY. NOT TO BE TAKEN INTERNALLY.
Should skin sensitivity occur discontinue use. Store in a cool dry place. Keep out of reach of children.
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