Broccoli Seed Oil Refined
Product available in 8 oz – 16 oz – 32 oz – 1 Gallon
Broccoli Seed Oil Refined, which means it’s going to have no odor and a much lighter color.
The Broccoli Refined Seed Oil is gotten from the sprouts of broccoli through cold pressing and a bit of heating method devoid any form of solvent which makes it odorless, non-greasy, light, and easy to absorb into the skin. The Oil has a lot of fatty acids such as 50% of Erucic acid (22:1). The unique antioxidants content of the Broccoli refined seed oil makes it a reliable substitute for silicone found in shampoos.
- Absorbed Quickly into Skin: The Broccoli Refined Seed Oil provide a no fatty touch light-while coupled with its ability to penetrate the skin quickly, helps to reduce greasiness and quicken hydration of the skin
- Improve Hair State: The Broccoli refined seed oil has 80-85% of polyunsaturated fatty acid. A half of that acid is Omega 9 (Erucic acid) which is an antioxidant that provides a luscious sheen to your hair, making it shinier and long lasting. The oil easily absorb into the hair to create a protective barrier, allowing moisture to stay longer. That is the main reason the Broccoli refined seed oil is called perfect sealing oil.
- Helps in Anti-skin Aging: The Broccoli refined seed oil also has a high level of Vitamin A, which is amazingly useful in the removal of old and functionless skin cells. It also helps in the level of our skin cell production, as well as contributing to cell regenerative processes in the skin.
- Anti-inflammatory Situations: Broccoli refined seed oil has what is called “arachidonic acid,”an omega 6 fatty acid that is very reliable in reducing skin inflammatory conditions like psoriasis, rosacea, exczema and dermatis.
- Improve Condition of Skin: The Broccoli refined seed oil is rife with vitamin C which is powerful in nourishing the skin to make shine and good looking.
The term “Broccoli” is of Italian origin, and is the plural of the word, Broccolo, which is known as “the flowering crest of wild cabbage.” Broccoli belongs to the family of the Cruciferous plant, which is native to southern parts of Italy. It was first cultivated by the Romans as a crop grown from wild cabbage. Broccoli was later introduced to Western Europe and beyond by Italian immigrants in the 1880s. However, the production of the oil itself takes place in the US.
The manufacture process
The Broccoli seed oil is refined and extracted using extreme technological heating plus cold-press techniques to ensure the seed are not damaged during the extraction process. The very tiny seeds found in the sprouts of the Broccoli plant are heated and cold-pressed to generate a refined organic form of Broccoli seed oil.
*It’s important to note that being on this list doesn’t promise that it will work for your skin type.* Our skin will decide which oil it likes the most and remember that skin takes two weeks to turn over so anything that pops up between week 1-2 was probably already going to happen.
Like other substances that are high in fat, carrier oils have a limited shelf life. Meaning that eventually they will go bad. It’s important to store oils in their original air-tight containers in a cool, dark place, such as the pantry, to maximize shelf life.
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