Member of the Aromatherapy Trade Council (License No. 036)
Member of the Soil Association Organic Standard
The oil is pressed from the seeds of the mafura tree. It is solid at room temperature and melts similarly to coconut at 45C. The aroma is nutty, earthy, for some it is reminiscent of dried pineapple.
Research has shown that it contains liminoids that are know to have antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties.
Cosmetically, it softens and smoothes the skin and nourishes the hair, giving it shine and restoring softness. An ideal ingredients for hair balms. Read more to find ideas on how to blend various butters and oils and create nourishing balms.
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