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Buriti oil is a cold-pressed fruit oil of the tropical palm tree Mauritia flexuosa. The oil is characterized by a bright orange color which indicates the richness of β-carotene. Carotenes protect the skin from photo-damage, emphasizes bronze tan, eliminates the influence of free radicals that cause skin damage and aging. Therefore, it is primarily used in sunscreens. It is an interesting fact that Amazonian women appreciate buriti for its high content of phytoestrogens.
Extra Virgin Sacha Inchi oil, better known as Inca nut oil, is cold-pressed oil obtained from the roasted seeds of Plukenentia volubilis. Sacha inchi oil is distinguished by its high content of pleasant, nutty flavors:46% Omega-3 and 33% Omega-6. The vegetable source of essential fatty acids is suitable for vegetarians, vegans, athletes and older adults. The oil contains a favourable ratio of Omega-3 and Omega-6, therefore contributing to a balanced diet. Compared to other oils containing α-linolenic acid (Omega 3), it is significantly more stable with an expiration date of 18 months.
Ungurahua cold pressed oil is obtained from the berries of the tropical palm tree Oenocarpus bataua. Despite the purple color of the fruit, the carefully filtered oil reveals its bright yellow color. Ungurahua oil is distinguished by its extremely high content of vitamin E 170 mg / 100 g, which makes this oil a powerful antioxidant. Like other vitamins, vitamin E is an essential substance because it cannot be produced by the body itself. From the vitamin E group, the most prevalent form is tokoferol making this cold-pressed oil ideal for skin and hair care.Product is currently out of stock. The Ungurahua harvest is from February to June. Do you want us to let you know when it arrives?