Macadamia nut oil is a type of oil that is extracted from the macadamia nut’s meat. This type of oil is more frequently used for frying or as a salad oil. It is also a very active ingredient for certain cosmetics in ointment form. Believed to be one of the most precious food crops, the oil of the macadamia nut is utilized for a variety of purposes, not only for cooking but for health reasons and beauty as well.
Macadamia nut oil is especially rich in vital fatty acids, essential vitamins, and anti-oxidants that are able to penetrate into the hair shaft deeply. It is great for hair care, coating it and making it stronger, smoother, well-nourished, and completely revitalized. The fatty acid Omega 7 content of macadamia nut oil is able to replenish the hair and decreases dullness, coarseness, and dehydration. By applying it regularly on the hair and the scalp, the hair is protected and has a shiny, healthy appearance. When it comes to skin care, this type of oil is a great aid in decreasing the appearance of wrinkles and other fine lines from the skin. It is a great moisturizer that assists in the rehydration of the skin and reduces dryness. Its Vitamin E content together with proteins and fatty acids keeps the skin protected from damage caused by exposure to the sun, aside from healing wounds, scars, and other minor skin problems.
Macadamia nut oil also offers health benefits. It is able to help in lowering levels of cholesterol, reduce the risk of acquiring heart diseases and other chronic ailments, and its anti-oxidants assist in battling free radicals that cause a number of diseases. And because of these antioxidant levels that are present in macadamia oil, it has a very long shelf life, lasting for around two years in the most appropriate conditions.
Originally posted 2011-06-28 15:02:46. Republished by Blog Post Promoter