The oil contains a number of valuable vitamins - A, B, E and minerals. The action of vitamins A and E strengthens the natural protective barrier of the skin and provides a firming effect. Oleic acid and antioxidants have a positive effect on the skin with signs of aging, including by fighting free radicals.
Macadamia oil is a very valuable source of omega fatty acids; it also contains natural essential oils. It is the only vegetable oil to contain palmitoleic acid. This component is also present in the sebum produced by the human skin. Thanks to this, it is similar to the natural protective mantle of human skin. It is very easy to spread, absorbs well and moisturizes well.
Macadamia oil can be used in hair oiling treatments, as well as a massage oil and an addition to other care cosmetics designed for dry, dry, flaky and sensitive skin.
Macadamia is a large, always green tree that grows in a warm and humid climate. Most macadamia trees grow in New Zealand, Hawaii and Australia. Macadamia nuts have a very hard shell, light or dark brown in color, which can only be opened with a special knife. Macadamia fruits resemble hazelnuts and are edible. They are considered to be one of the sweetest in the world.
An interesting fact is that macadamia nuts and oil can be harmful and even poisonous to dogs.