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  • Vegan Wild Cold Pressed Pracaxi Seed Oil

Pracaxi Seed Oil

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$15,36
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Product Description

A truly wild collected and bio-technologically cold pressed oil from wild grown Brazilian Pracaxi Seeds. The oil has a light to deep yellow colour depending on the harvest. High in oleic acid, the oil is used for the treatment of skin spots and acne scars as well as depigmentation.The oil has powerful antiseptic qualities and can be used in the treatment of ulcers and other skin infections. Has also shown promising results on stretch marks and wrinkles. Pracaxi seed oil is also used in hair treatment for dry and dull or very frizzy and curly hair as it smoothes the hair and leaves it shiny and manageable. A very versatile oil that solidifies in cooler temperatures - place the bottle into a hot water bath and the oil will liquidify, ready for use. A couple of drops is all that is needed to treat your skin.

  • truly wild collected from a rainforest community set up by 3 German biologists
  • supports indigenous tribes in Peru
  • helps to buy more rainforest and put it under protection from logging
  • may be useful to treat depigmentation
  • use as a hair oil for frizzy hair
  • great for pots and acne
  • useful oil for stretch marks 

To Use: apply 2 to 3 drops on clean skin, massage in well. For external use only. Can be used all over body and face (do not use near the eyes).

Use all oils and serums within 6 months of opening and keep in a cool and dark place (i.e. at room temperature and out of direct sunlight)

Ingredients: Pentaclethra macroloba (wild collected) Seed Oil.

Net vol: available in 50 ml and 100 ml bottle with pipette.

Shelf life: use within 3 months of opening (please not the bbe date on the picture is for illustration purposes of the bottle and label).

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