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Macadamia oil

Macadamia oil is obtained by pressing dry nuts of the macadamia tree (Macadamia ternifolia), which is originally from Australia, but today is grown also in other regions of the world, such as South Africa, Hawaii and Brazil. 

This oil is popular in cosmetics due to its property to deeply penetrate and nourish the skin without leaving greasy residue. It takes pride in a high content of palmitoleic acid, which is very similar to fatty acids that occur in human skin, i.e. includes beta-sitosterol and vitamins E. Thanks to them the skin is more resistant and stronger because oil regulates the process of keratinization. 

Phytosterols perfectly penetrate the stratum corneum, that is why they are suitable for dry and sensitive skin care. We use macadamia oil especially in hand creams or to treat feet, because the skin has few sebaceous glands in these areas.


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