One of the first choice oils to use in eye serums and eye creams as it sinks in very quickly and leaves the skin soft and moisturised. It contains naturally occurring squalene which helps to diminish fine lines and wrinkles.
It is protective to the skin as it contains Vitamins A, D, E, K as well as polyphenols and natural antioxidants that safeguard your skin from the damaging effects of UV exposure but it should not be considered as an SPF sunscreen in its own right.
Use in daily defence creams, lotions and gels. A good choice form problem skin as it helps to keep the pores clear and is not greasy in application.
Camellia Oil gives the hair a smooth and silky shine.
It can be used when the hair is wet and gently fingered through evenly whilst adding a little extra to the ends.
It can also be applied to dry hair and wrapped in foil or a hot towel to make it penetrate the hair shaft faster. If hair gets very tangled, massage it through the dry hair before you shampoo and it will be easier to comb out afterwards.
At any time, a few drops of oil can be massaged into the palms and worked through the hair to tame the fly-aways and frizzies.
Conditions the scalp and is effective at reducing dandruff when used in shampoos and conditioners.
It can stimulate the growth of thicker, longer, and stronger hair.
Use 1% to 100%. Oil soluble so cannot be used in water only products. It can be used in small amounts in water based gels that will hold it in suspension.
Heat stable so can be used in Stage 1 (fat stage) when making creams and lotions.