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Buriti oil is the richest source of b-carotene among the oils (the content of this substance is higher than in carrot oil), contains carotenoids and provitamin A. An excellent source of oleic fatty acids (due to which it is quickly absorbed into the skin) and a number of other essential fatty acids (palmitic, palmitoleic, linoleic, linolenic), which contribute to the production of collagen and elastin to make the skin softer and more elastic.
Buriti oil has emollient properties, prevents the formation of free radicals in cells, protects and soothes the skin. Orange-reddish buriti oil (if unrefined), obtained by cold pressing from palm fruits growing in the Amazon. The oil is extremely rich in vitamin E (tocopherol) and in combination with other antioxidants has the excellent ability to intensively moisturize the skin. Creates a natural blockage in the skin (allowing it to breathe freely), reducing transepidermal moisture loss caused by the influence of environmental factors.
The recommended dosage is from 2 to 10% of the total volume of the final product.Buriti oil goes well with calendula, rosehip and lavender essential oils (this composition refreshes the skin irritated by tanning). If you mix it with carrot seed oil and olive oil, you get a great tan. For oily skin, a combination with jojoba, hazelnut and hemp oil is suitable.In hair products, it is ideal to mix Shea butter and castor oil, which will give hair shine.