Macadamia Body Oil
Macadamia body oil is obtained by crushing the macadamia nuts to obtain the white mass inside which is then used to make the carrier oil.
Macadamia oil is extracted from the plant that has the botanical name Macadamia integrifolia.
The oil is known to be rich in oleic acid, linoleic acid, palmitoleic acid and omega 3 fatty acids.
It is also a rich source of calcium, vitamin B, vitamin E and minerals like phosphorous and iron.
The oil has many healthy benefits especially when used in massage therapy.
What does macadamia body oil smell like?
Macadamia oil has a very faint scent. Carrier oils do not have a strong aroma like essential oils do, and their scents are much more subdued.
Which part of the plant provides the oil?
Where has macadamia body oil been sourced from?
This particular macadamia oil originates from Australia.
How is macadamia oil extracted?
The oil is extracted by cold pressing the nuts of the macadamia.
What other oils blend well with macadamia oil?
Macadamia oil blends well with other carrier oils and may be used for diluting pure essential oils.
How can I benefit from macadamia oil?
Macadamia nut oil can be helpful for the skin.
The oil contains palmitoleic acid which contains anti-aging compounds so it can be an effective treatment for people with pre-maturely aging skin.
Regular use of the oil softens and moisturises the skin.
The oil contains antioxidants which help to withstand the damaging effects of free radicals in the skin cells.
Macadamia nut oil is also helpful for skin rejuvenation, treating damaged skin from minor injuries and soothing skin rashes.
The oil contains vitamin E which is essential for healthy growth of hair and it is light with a non greasy texture which leaves the hair very soft.
This hydrating oil is easily absorbed through the scalp and hair follicles which makes it a very good choice to treat dry hair.
Applying macadamia oil around the edges of the nail beds will help to soften the cuticles and leave them strong preventing your nails from being torn or damaged.
For a nail treatment, warm the oil and dip each of your hands for around five minutes then carefully massage the fingertips together with the nail beds.
This can improve the condition of the cuticles resulting in stronger and healthier nails.