THE FIRST AUSTRALIAN OIL RANGE
For thousands of years, before European settlement, these native nuts where part of Indigenous people’s diet.
They grew in the rainforests of the wet slopes of the Great Dividing Range, and where first called gyndi, jindilli and boombera. We now know it as Macadamia, and grown in other parts of the world for it’s highly valued fatty acid profile. The oil from the macadamia nut was also used neat for skin rejuvenation and as a popular carrier oil, often referred to being one of the most compatible oils to human skin.
Today Macadamia Oil is an incredibly nourishing oil for the skin, full of properties that essentially act as food for the skin, it plumps the look of your skin, firms and tightens and provides powerful antioxidant activity to help promote beautiful skin. An effective moisturiser and protectant for skin, increasing the elasticity and bringing new life to dry, tired or dehydrated skin.
We source the highest quality 100% Australian grown Macadamia Oil. It is pure cold pressed, and has the lowest peroxide value at <1.0. It quickly absorbs which can be considered for treating skin conditions as it absorbs quickly and doesn’t block the pores (low comedogenic) helping skin balance oil production, but also widely tolerated by all skin types.
Macadamia Oil is high in antioxidants ideal in lotions, shampoos, conditioners, and lip balms. 1,000 of tonnes of this extremely high quality oil ships globally to some fo the world’s largest skin care multinationals due to its purity. It is a key ingredient input for anti-aging, sensitive skin, body products, treatment oils and starting to trend in haircare. It is also a source of natural squalene.
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