Organic Olive Oil - 100% Pure Cold Pressed Extra-virgin Unrefined
Ingredients: 100% Organic Olea Europaea Fruit Oil
Crop Source: Spain
Extraction: Our extra-virgin Olive Oil is extracted using cold-pressed method, with no further processing or deodorizing to preserve its nutrients. It is hexane free. Applications: Wellness, Skin, Hair, Nail
(Suitable for all hair types, particularly suitable for dry, coarse, or treated hair)
Conditions and strengthens hair
Extra-virgin Olive Oil is an excellent natural conditioner for dry and coarse hair. It conditions dry hair, prevents water loss, adds shine, and makes it smooth and lustrous. It also makes the hair soft, thanks to the emollient properties of oleic acid, palmitic acid, and squalane in the oil. Olive Oil strengthens the hair by penetrating the hair shaft, thereby preventing split-ends and breakage. For a deep conditioning treatment, massage it to your scalp and hair and leave it for a few hours before washing it off. To use it as a leave-in conditioner, rub a few drops in your palm and then run your hands through damp or towel-dried hair.
Treats frizzy hair
Widely considered an effective leave-in conditioner, Olive Oil smoothens out dry and coarse hair, provides a silky texture, helps in managing unruly hair, and tames frizzy and fly-away strands. Rub a few drops in your palm and then run your hands and fingers through damp or towel-dried hair. While Olive Oil is an excellent conditioner for dry and coarse hair, do not use it on thin or oily hair as it can weigh it down.
Boosts scalp health
Extra-virgin Olive Oil boosts scalp health by providing deep nourishment, moisturizing dry scalp, preventing sebum build-up, and soothing irritated scalp. It is very nourishing as it is rich in polyphenols, antioxidants, vitamins, and fatty acids. The potent antioxidant activity of polyphenols and vitamin E protects the scalp and hair from free radical damage.
(Suitable for dry or mature skin)
Extra-virgin Olive Oil offers excellent moisturizing, emollient, and nourishing properties and can be used as a body oil to replace the harsh chemical-laden moisturizers in the market. It penetrates the skin and helps lock-in moisture, leaving the skin hydrated, soft, and supple. It provides an antioxidant boost of polyphenols, vitamin E and K, and squalene that protects the skin from free radical damage that causes premature aging and cell damage. The best time to apply Olive Oil is when your skin is still damp after your shower or bath.
Treats dry elbows, knees, and heels
The potent emollient and hydrating properties of extra-virgin Olive Oil help moisturize and soften elbows, knees, and heels. It penetrates deep into the skin and restores its health by facilitating quicker skin regeneration that results in smoother and softer skin.
(Suitable for dry or mature skin; Not suitable for acne-prone and sensitive skin | Comedogenic Index: 2)
Hydrates and revitalizes
Extra-virgin Olive Oil is a deeply nourishing and moisturizing oil that is excellent for dry and mature skin. It deeply penetrates the skin to provide nourishment within the epidermal layers and prevent water loss. Olive Oil is a natural source of squalene, which acts like the skin’s natural sebum to keep the skin smooth, soft, and supple. Its potent emollient property makes the skin soft and supple. Avoid to use the oil for acne-prone skin and sensitive skin as it may cause acne or irritation.
Extra-virgin Olive Oil is rich in several antioxidants such as squalene and polyphenols that protect the skin against the free radical damage that causes premature aging. It also improves the skin’s elasticity, which is essential in delaying aging signs. Vitamin E in Olive Oil facilitates cell turnover and promotes quicker healing. The carotenoids, flavonoids, and polyphenols in the oil together repair and regenerate the skin to enhance its appearance and induce a natural youthful radiance.
Olive Oil can act as a natural makeup remover as it can easily break-down and dissolve waxy makeup like mascara or eyeliner. It is incredibly gentle and does not irritate the delicate area around the eyes. It replenishes the skin's moisture, conditions eyelashes, and provides vitamin E and antioxidant boost. Follow it up with a face wash to remove the oil and makeup.
Treats dry lips
Apply a few drops of Olive Oil to treat dry and chapped lips. It gets readily absorbed into the skin and makes the lips soft and luscious, and provides a long lasting hydration.
Olive Oil deeply penetrates the nail bed and helps repair damaged and brittle nails, promoting the growth of strong and healthy nails. It also promotes healthy nail growth because of its rich vitamin E content.
Emollient and moisturizing properties of the Olive Oil help to keep the cuticles hydrated and healthy. It also helps to soften the cuticles, making it easier to push them in the manicure treatment.
Boosts heart health
Extra-virgin Olive Oil is widely considered one of the healthiest fats for boosting cardiovascular health and overall health in general. It is known to promote heart health by lowering the total blood cholesterol, LDL, and triglycerides, reducing inflammation, improving blood vessel health, and lowering blood pressure. Its cardio-protective property is primarily attributed to the abundance of phenolic compounds that exhibit potent antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. It is also extremely rich in heart-healthy monounsaturated fatty acids (>75%) that have been shown to improve cardiovascular disease markers.
Eases joint pain in rheumatoid arthritis
Research has shown that taking extra-virgin Olive Oil supplements can help reduce oxidative stress and improve inflammatory markers in patients with rheumatoid arthritis, thereby alleviating joint pain and swelling.
Rich source of antioxidants
Extra-virgin Olive Oil is a fantastic source of powerful antioxidants that help protect the body from harmful free radicals that cause cell damage, diseases, and aging. It contains over 30 phenolic compounds, vitamins E and K, and squalene.
Boosts brain health
Studies have demonstrated that Olive Oil helps to promote brain function and reduce the risk of cognitive impairment. An early research in mice has shown that Olive Oil can help clear the build-up of beta-amyloid plaque formed in Alzheimer’s disease.
Extra-virgin Olive Oil is loaded with phenolic compounds which exhibit potent anti-inflammatory properties. Its regular intake helps to reduce inflammation and protect the body from several diseases that are caused because of chronic inflammation.
Deep Conditioning Hair Treatment - For dry, coarse, and treated hair
Apply a few drops on damp hair
Anti-aging Face Oil - For dry and mature skin
Apply 2-3 drops after cleansing on damp skin
Intensely Moisturizing Body Oil - For very dry skin
Apply generously on damp skin to moisturize
Hydrating Lip Balm
Blend by heating in double boiler, cool, and store. Apply to your lips when needed
Native to the Mediterranian region, olives are known to have been cultivated around 6000 years ago and have been an essential part of life, cuisine, culture, art, and trade for thousands of years. The oil was first pressed and used by ancient Greeks, Romans, and Phoenicians. The Romans developed the screw press method of oil extraction from olives, which is still used today.
In ancient Greece, the olive and its oil enjoyed massive importance and featured on coins and tombs as a representation of immortality. Greek mythology states that the Greeks chose Goddess Athena’s gift of an olive tree over Poseidon’s saltwater spring and used it in their spiritual and religious practices and cosmetic, culinary, and health benefits. Olive Oil was very well regarded for its medicinal and cosmetic properties, and Holmer, the Greek poet in the Iliad, called the Olive Oil 'Liquid Gold' and Hippocrates called it ‘the great healer’. In the 6th and 7th century BC, cutting down olive trees was punishable by death according to Solon’s Greek laws (Solon is today's Athens). Today, Olive Oil finds similar applications in cosmetics, culinary, and wellness, just as our ancestors did.
Extra-virgin Olive Oil is widely considered one of the healthiest fats for boosting overall health. It is a fantastic source of powerful antioxidants that help protect the body from harmful free radicals that cause cell damage, diseases, and aging. Regular intake of Olive Oil helps reduce inflammation and protect the body from several diseases caused by chronic inflammation. The protective property of Olive Oil is primarily attributed to the abundance of phenolic compounds that exhibit potent antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.
Extra-virgin Olive Oil offers outstanding benefits for the face, body, and hair as it is packed with nourishing nutrients such as vitamins E, K, A & D, antioxidants, squalene, polyphenols, oleic acid, and palmitic acid. Olive oil offers excellent hydrating, anti-inflammatory, and protective properties. It moisturizes the skin, soothes irritated skin, softens nail cuticles, protects skin cells against environmental damage, prevents premature aging, and acts as a natural make-up remover. Olive Oil protects keratin and makes the hair strong & silky. It prevents hair fall by reducing sebum build-up that impedes the formation of new hair follicles.
Among the several grades of Olive Oil in the market, extra-virgin and cold-pressed Olive Oil is the most beneficial variety as it retains the highest amount of beneficial bioactive compounds of olives such as polyphenols, squalene, and vitamins. The presence of these delicate bioactive compounds gets dramatically reduced if the oil is heat-treated or refined.
Scientific name - Olea europaea
Aroma - Mild, characteristic
Color - Greenish yellow
Consistency - Thick
Absorption - Medium
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