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Camellia Seed Oil

Camellia Oil has linoleic acid, Omega 6 that has properties to condition hair while unblocking pores to the scalp. It also stimulates hair growth and controls water loss in hair. It contains has a ton of Omega-9 or oleic acid, which will also control water loss and make your strands softer and more pliable

Camellia oil is an excellent emollient for keeping skin moist and supple. Approximately 82% of its fatty acids are composed of Oleic fatty acid (Omega-9), a remarkable transdermal carrier and very effective in enhancing skin's ability to retain moisture. 

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Camelina Oil
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Canola Oil

Being rich in EFAs, camelina oil offers excellent anti-inflammatory benefits. It provides a huge amount of omega-3 fatty acids to our skin, which helps in reducing inflammation as well as swelling while relieving and soothing the skin efficiently

Camelina oil can be used just like olive oil for a hot oil scalp massage. This provides nutrition to the scalp and gets rid of dry skin, dandruff and flakiness. It helps to keep the hair looking soft and moisturized. Its antioxidants protect the hair shafts from free radical damage.

Canola oil contains both omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids, which make it the healthiest cooking oil out there. Canola oil has 7 per cent saturated fat, which helps cut cholesterol levels. It is rich in vitamins E and K, and reduces skin problems and ageing signs like acne, fine lines, wrinkles, blemishes and spots.

 Due to the presence of Vitamin K and E the canola oil may prove beneficial for dull dry brittle hair. 

The moisturising benefits of canola oil could help hair fall issues and help your hair gain strength due to the composition of the acids that the canola oil is made of. 

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Castor Oil

We get castor oil by crushing and pressing castor oil seeds – simple! It is rich in ricinoleic acid, which boasts amazing anti-inflammatory, anti-fungal and anti-bacterial properties, which is great if you have a problematic scalp! Alongside this, it also has an impressive vitamin E content, plenty of Omega-6 and Omega-9 fatty acids .

 Castor oil contains 85-95% Ricinoleic Acid amongst other fatty acids which apart from making the hair darker and reducing premature greying also locks in the moisture which makes the hair thicker.

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Cherry kernel oil is rich in vitamin A which assists skin health. Due to the high content of antioxidants, being a natural emollient, it improves the dry skin and refines large pores. This oil is rich in oleic and linoleic acids. It is also helpful for the people with inflamed skin or acne prone skin.

Oleic acid (Omega-9) which is found in abundance in Cherry Kernel oil helps maintain healthy hair and can help prevent the build up off dandruff.

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Coconut oil is naturally anti-bacterial, anti-fungal and moisturizing. Coconut oil is composed primarily of nourishing fatty acids and is especially high in lauric acid. It also contains vitamin E and healthy fats, which help to make skin smooth

Coconut oil promotes the scalp health fighting against such problems as insect bites, lice and dandruff. Coconut oil moisturizes dry hair. Coconut oil adds luster, shine and softness to the hair. Coconut oil prevents hair breakage and split ends, contributing to hair length

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Corn Oil
 

Corn oil locks moisture in the hair preventing dryness and dry ends. The presence of Vitamin K in corn oil helps prevent hair loss. Vitamin E helps improve blood circulation and fight free radicals. Corn oil also nourishes the scalp fostering a healthier environment for hair growth.

Known for its light texture and high quantity of linoleic acid, corn oil is great for keeping the skin moisturised and smooth. This Vitamin E-rich oil is readily absorbed and leaves the skin feeling hydrated and bright

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Cottonseed Oil

Cottonseed Oil is rich in palmitic acid , oleic acid, linoleic acid and 10% mixture of arachidic acid, behenic acid and lignoceric acid and it contains over 50% Omega-6 fatty acids. Its significant levels of vitamin E and other antioxidants can boost skin health, improving the appearance of the skin, moisturising dry skin and helping prevent premature ageing.

Cottonseed oil is one of the best hair repairing oils. It has an excellent influence on the condition of our hair and scalp thanks to a balance of unsaturated fatty acids (UFA). Cotton oil has one of the best proportions of these acids. Their balance is 3:1, which is the most beneficial for health of the whole body.

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Cranberryseed Oil

Who would have thought you could get antioxidants, Omega-3, Omega-6, Omega 9 and Vitamin E all in one fruit oil? Without Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids, hair is dry and lifeless. A lack of fatty-acid balance in the scalp can lead to unmanageable hair and frequent bad hair days. Cranberry seed oil provides a nutrient-rich formula that contributes to a healthy and strong head of hair.

Cranberries, being high in antioxidants, are very useful in skin care because they can protect the skin from environmental stress. On top of that, it is the only oil that has a perfect ratio of omega-3 to omega-6 fatty acids. ... They also aid to the firming and tightening of your skin.