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Avocado Vegetal Oil/30ml

Avocado Vegetal Oil/30ml

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Avocado Vegetal Oil Technical data: Common name : Avocado  Latin name : Persea gratissima Gaertn Appearance: thick, fat but very penetrating  Color : Green to yellowish  Odor: Almost odorless, bland Botanical Family :   Lauraceae Organ: Fleshy pulp of Avocado Processing Method: cold pressing Type: 100% pure. Origin: Mexico Preferred uses : Dermal, Internal.    Chemical composition: Monounsaturated AG : 65 to 68% oleic acid (Omega9), 2 to 12% palmitoleic acid (Omega 7). Polyunsaturated AG : 5 to 9% linoleic acid (Omega6), <1% alpha linolenic (omega 3). Saturated AG : 10 to 13% palmitic acid, traces of stearic acid. Other active constituents: Vitamins: A, B, D, E, K Other constituents: sterols (unsaponifiable), carotenoids     Physical characteristics : A good Avocado Vegetal oil must have the following physical characteristics: Relative Density: 0.912 - 0.923 @ 20°C  Flash Point (°C) : >200°C  Refractive Index: 1.468 - 1.476 @ 20°C Specific Gravity: 0.910 to 0.920°C Storage conditions : Storage Conditions : Store at ambient temperature in a dark container. Store away from oxidizing substances e.g. Bleach. Store in sealed containers.  Fire Protection : Keep away from ignition sources and naked flames. Take precautions to avoid static discharges in working area.  Container materials : Metal or Plastic for bulk storage and glass or plastic for small quantities.    Properties of Avocado Essential Oil: Emollient Antioxidant Nourishing Regenerating, skin repairing Softening and soothing cutaneous Penetrating    Other benefits Healing Toning    Avocado Vegetal Oil Indications : Skin indications (skin, hair, nails) Climatic aggression (strong wind, cold, sun) Light burn Colorful hair, dull Dry, brittle hair Hair loss (stimulates hair growth) Light scar Crevasse Dry or irritated scalp Scab Cleansing Dermatitis Drying (hands, body, hair, nails) Eczema Chap Irritation Massage Brittle nails, cuticles Periodontics (gums) Skin tired, dull Damaged skin (by sun and cold) (after-sun) Dry skin Sensitive skin Wrinkles (in prevention) Psoriasis Stretch Marks Skin aging (in prevention)    Tips for using Avocado Vegetal Oil: Penetrating, avocado oil is an interesting base as a massage oil, if the smell is suitable for the person being massaged. It can also be used as a day or night care, including for the eye area.    Serum for the neckline, the eye and mouth contour: Mix avocado oil and aloe Vera gel evenly until homogenization.  To apply by delicate massage on the contour of the eyes and the mouth as well as the neckline.    Reusable mix: Storage method: in the refrigerator. Shelf life: 10 days in an airtight container.    Dry hair mask Mix in a bowl: A beaten egg yolk with a tablespoon of avocado oil and a tablespoon of jojoba wax. Apply on the tips of the hair and let act at least 1 hour. Make a shampoo to remove the mixture.  Reusable mix. Storage method: in the refrigerator. Shelf life: 5 days in an airtight container.    Hair growth:  Mix an ounce of avocado oil with three to six drops of peppermint or lavender essential oil for a homemade hair treatment. You can also massage a nickel-size amount of avocado oil onto your scalp. Avocado oil will help stimulate blood flow and unclog blocked follicles. These effects may help fight hair loss. Your skin will absorb the oil easily, so don’t worry — it won't leave a greasy film on your scalp. For skin: You can use avocado oil in your skincare routine in a variety of ways. You can massage the oil on your skin, rub it on your face like a mask, or add it to your in-shower lotion. It can be used every day or a few times a month without any adverse effects. Not sure where to start? Try using avocado oil in the following ways: As a lotion for chapped skin: Massage a good amount of avocado oil into your skin after you bathe. You can use the avocado oil by itself, or add a few drops to one of your everyday body lotions.  As a facial oil moisturizer: Fill 2/3 of a 1-ounce bottle with avocado oil. Pick another nourishing oil like tamanu or emu and use it to fill up the last third of the bottle. Add three to four droplets of your favorite essential oil like lavender or rose. Twist on the cap and shake well. Pour a little of your homemade oil on the palm of your hand, dab your fingers into the oil, and apply it to your face. You can also use the oil as a hand moisturizer. The oil can last up to a year if you keep the bottle out of the sunlight. As a homemade facemask:  Cut a ripe avocado into cubes and add a small amount of avocado oil. Use a fork or spoon to mash it into an even paste. Apply the paste to your face and let it set for 10 to 15 minutes. You can wash off the avocado mask with warm water or a face cleanser, depending on your skin type. As a natural anti-aging skin cream: Mix 1/4 cup avocado oil with 2 tablespoons coconut oil, 2 tablespoons beeswax, 1/2 teaspoon vitamin E oil, and 1 tablespoon Shea butter in a glass jar. Put the jar, without its lid, in a pot filled with about four inches of water. Bring to a simmer. Stir the ingredients as they melt in the jar. Once melted, pour the cream into a smaller jar and let it sit until the mixture hardens. Put the lid on the jar and store the cream in a cool place.    Precautions of the use of Avocado Essential Oil: Side effects of avocado oil are rare, but it is possible to be allergic to avocados or their oil. The best way to rule out an allergy is to do a patch test. Apply a small amount of avocado oil to a 1-inch patch of skin on the inside of the arm. If no irritation occurs over a 24-hour period, the oil can be safely used on other parts of the skin. Anyone allergic to avocados should avoid contact with avocado oil. First Aid Measures: Inhalation : Move the exposed person to fresh air at once. Seek medical attention if any discomfort continues. Ingestion : Rinse mouth with water. Seek medical attention if any discomfort occurs.  Skin Contact : Remove contaminated clothing. Wash skin with soap and water. Seek medical attention if any discomfort continues.  Eye Contact : Immediately flush with plenty of water for up to 15 minutes. Remove any contact lenses and open eyes wide apart.  Seek medical attention immediately. Continue to rinse.

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