virgin acai berry oil
What is Virgin Acai Berry Oil?
This oil is rich in anthocyanins and phenols making it a very powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory. Its significant content of anthocyanins is reported to be up to 30 times higher than the anthocyanin content of red wine grapes. Acai Oil's rich array of nutrients and antioxidant and anti-inflammatory action make the oil a remarkable ingredient for use in anti-aging personal care products.
Highly emollient and an effective moisturising oil for products intended to heal dry and cracked skin, eczema and psoriasis, this oil penetrates the skin quickly, acting as an excellent emollient carrier oil. It is a highly beneficial ingredient in formulations intended to treat acne, reduce swelling and ease muscular aches and pains.
What are the benefits of using Virgin Acai Berry Oil on your skin?
Acai Berry Oil is ideal for mature, dry, and problem skin types.
What are the benefits of using Virgin Acai Berry Oil on your hair?
This oil also contains proteins, Omegas, Zinc and Folic Acid, which are all known to help improve hair and scalp health. In turn, this helps hair to grow and increases root strength.
What does Virgin Acai Berry Oil look like?
A rich, dark green oil.
What does Virgin Acai Berry Oil smell like?
A distinct, sweet aroma.
How to use Virgin Acai Berry Oil
This oil can be used directly on the skin, or it can be used in the confection of facial and anti-aging products, massage blends, body butters, hair conditioners, and exfoliating scrubs. Can also be used pure (up to 100%) or mixed with essential oils or other vegetable oils as a day cream or night.
History and origins of Virgin Acai Berry Oil
These single seed berries have been used/consumed by Amazonian tribes for generations for their nutritive benefits.
How is Virgin Acai Berry Oil made?
The Acai berries used to produce this remarkable oil are harvested from the Acai Palm native to South America and cold pressed in India.
Is Virgin Acai Berry Oil suitable for vegans?
Oleic Acid – 40-60%; Palmitic Acid – 17-28%; Linoleic Acid – 10-22%; Palmitoleic Acid – 2-6%; Stearic Acid - 1.5-6%; Vaccenic Acid – 3-4.5%.
Omega 3, 6 and 9, Vitamins B1, B2, B3, C and E, minerals such as phosphorus, calcium, and potassium, and essential amino acids.