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Amaranth Oil, Cold Pressed

Cold Pressed Oils, New Launches, Non-organic

Amaranth Oil, Cold Pressed

O&3 presents Amaranth Oil, Cold Pressed

O&3 presents Amaranth Oil, Cold Pressed. A highly unsaturated & high triglyceride oil. A lightly colored oil that holds it own effectively at high & low temperatures. Its versatility is enriched in all the right fatty acids thanks to the lightly cold pressed process it goes through. Commonly used as a hair care ingredient adding plenty of shine to ones hair.

  • Product code
  • INCI Listing
    Amaranthus Spinosus Seed Oil
  • Manufacturing Method
    O&3 can confirm Amaranth Oil, Cold Pressed is Cold Pressed
  • Origin
    O&3 can confirm Amaranth Oil, Cold Pressed origin is Germany.
  • CAS Number
    Not Listed.
  • EINCS Number
    Not Listed.
  • Customs Tariff Code
    1515 9040 00
  • Functionality

    An excellent emollient.

    Calms & protects against dry skin.

    Aids in relieving skin & scalp irritation, both inflammation and itching.

    Gives hair that extra shine.                                                                                                                      

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