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Babassu Seed Oil
 

Similar to coconut oil, half of babassu oil is made up of lauric acid, a naturally anti-inflammatory fatty acid. For this reason, babassu may prove effective in treating a range of inflammatory skin conditions such as acne and dermatitis.

As a plant oil with a high composition of fatty acids, babassu oil is primarily enjoyed for its moisturizing benefits. It’s rich with lipids, meaning it forms a protective layer on top of skin to keep moisture and nutrients in, and baddies out. As a natural ingredient that doesn’t clog pores as much, it’s a friendly moisturizer for all skin types.

 Thanks to the complex of vitamins, fatty acids and phytosterols, babassu oil regenerates hair and regulates processes in the scalp.

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Boabab Seed Oil

Baobab Oil hydrates the hair directly from the scalp to the root producing silky softness to the hair with non-stop shine. The oil nourishes the scalp supplying nutrients that promote healthy hair growth and betters the appearance off the body of the hair.

This enriching oil nourishes and improves skin elasticity and soothes dry skin. Baobab oil contains moisturizing Vitamins A, D, E and F, which help to rejuvenate damaged skin cells. Also rich in omega fatty acids, baobab oil does anti-aging wonders for skin by fighting free radicals.

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Borage Oil

 borage oil is the strongest natural source of a fatty acid known as gamma-linoleic acid, or GLA. This fatty acid is a masterful anti-inflammatory agent, battling scalp irritations and circulation issues that disrupt your follicles, keeping them from growing thick, voluminous hair.

Borage Oil is a little-known secret for keeping your skin healthy. It is a natural oil that not only restores moisture and smoothness to dry and damaged skin but can also provide relief to people who suffer from chronic skin disorders such as eczema and atopic dermatitis.

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Brazil Nut Oil

Brazil nut oil 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.

Brazil nut oil is a great treatment to make the hair healthy and shiny. It contains high amounts of omega 6 and 9 fatty acids, which stimulate the production of sebum in the scalp, conditioning the hair naturally.

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Bacuri Oil

Bacuri is a Brazilian super fruit oil . Native to the Amazonian Rainforest, this wild harvested ingredient benefits the cooperatives in the rainforest that continue to produce this super fruit. You may have seen it used in the latest trendy super-fruit smoothie, but we love this oil for what it can do for your skin. With its notable content of phosphorus, iron & vitamin C, it works wonders in skin.

The natural firming, moisturizing, astringent and cell renewal properties of Bacuri Butter help in deeply hydrating the skin and removing dead cells to reveal a firmer and healthier skin. Bacuri Butter is rich in Methionine, an essential amino acid, the body's primary source of sulphur. The body uses sulphur to promote healthy hair, skin and nail growth and it can be used to reduce the appearance of blemishes and scarring.

Bacuri Butter has anti-aging properties since it helps stabilise collagen and elastin production and also has anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties. It can be used raw on skin and hair or used in the making of cosmetic products as a natural tinted moisturiser to give the skin a beautiful golden tone.

Bacurí Butter is an excellent source of Lysine, responsible for building muscle protein and for the body's production of hormones, enzymes and antibodies. Bacuri Butter has a high absorption rate, due to its high level of Tripalmitin (50% to 55%), which penetrates the skin quickly, making the Bacuri Butter a fantastic emollient.