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Description

Clear BROWN? liquid; the odour is like MEDIUM roasted coffee.

It is rich in phytosterols that promote excellent moisture retention, quick penetration and good adherence within cosmetic applications. It is also exceptionally high in its composition of essential fatty acids.

Properties
Highly Moisturizing
Light to Medium Texture
Quick Absorption
Herbaceous Aroma
High in Essential Fatty Acids

  • Palmitic Acid40.0
  • Linoleic Acid 38.0
  • Estearic Acid 8.0
  • Oleic Acid 8.0
  • Linolenic Acid 2.0
  • Behenic Acid 1.0
  • Palmitoleic Acid 0.4
  • Rich in Sterols
  • BetaSitosterol 43.8
  • Stigmasterol 22.6
  • Campesterol 14.4
  • Delta 7 Stigmasterol 4.5
  • Delta 5 Avenasterol 3.7

It is a highly recommended ingredient in products for Mature, Aging Skin Dry, Cracked Skin and Other Skin Conditions Dry, Brittle and Damaged Hair Lip Care.

Blending Suggestions: Our Coffee Bean Oil is an aromatic vegetable oil, and depending on the type of product you are formulating, you can use between 2% to 30%. For a massage oil, we suggest a median range, combining between 5% and 10% Coffee Bean Oil with another carrier oil, or a combination of other carrier oils, such as Sunflower Oil – Organic, Jojoba Oil, Golden – Organic, or Fractionated Coconut Oil – Organic.

Aromatherapy Use

Historically, copal was used to dress the skin, relax redness, and bring balance to skin spots and texture. It is still used in indigenous cultures in sacred ceremonies of smoke divination and meditation rituals to purify body and soul. When used for consecration and purification, copal conjures a sense of peacefulness, acceptance, and appreciation.

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Bottle Size

5ml, 10ml, 50ml, 100ml

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