- Made in France
- • Naturally-derived
- • Vegan
- • Certified organic
Ideal for combination or oily skin, hazelnut botanical oil heals and repairs to encourage an all-around healthier complexion. Apply to clean skin before going to bed.
Properties of hazelnut botanical oil
Astringent and non-greasy, hazelnut botanical oil is known to regulate excess sebum production and repair the skin's protective hydrolipidic film barrier.
Hazelnut botanical oil has softening, protective, and healing properties that enhances the protection of the skin.
It's also known for its nourishing benefits to the hair and scalp.
INCI name: Corylus avellana seed oil
Main components: Oleic acid, linoleic acid, palmitic acid, stearic acid
Appearance: Oily mobile liquid.
Colour: Light yellow to amber yellow
Odour: Hazelnut, fragrant
Peroxide value: < 15 meq O2/kg
Density: 0,910 - 0,916
This oil is suitable for all skin types, especially combination and oily skin. Hazelnut botanical oil is known to help regulate excess sebum secretion.
Massaging this oil promotes higher penetration of active ingredients or essential oils.
To treat hair, massage hazelnut botanical oil into the scalp to soothe irritation or dryness.
These facts are shared for informational purposes only. Typology doesn't claim to offer medical advice. To learn more therapeutic uses of hazelnut oil, please consult with your physician.
Botanical oils are sensitive to oxidation. We recommend storing them in a cool, dark place and keeping them sealed in their existing airtight amber bottle.
Our oil has been cold-pressed from hazelnut fruits grown and harvested in France.
The coudrier is the old name for the hazelnut tree, although it was long considered as a separate tree. This tree is considered sacred to certain communities throughout Eastern Europe. Meanwhile, in Christian cultures, it's been linked to the devil.
Characteristics of hazelnut vegetable oil
Botanical name: Corylus avellana seed oil
Appearance: light yellow to amber
liquid Odor: subtle hazelnut
odor Main constituents: Oleic acid, linoleic acid, palmitic acid, stearic acid
COMPLETE INGREDIENT LIST
INGREDIENTS: Corylus avellana seed oil.
100% pure oil, from hazelnuts grown in organic farming.
Aromatherapy scientific and medical treatise - Les huiles essentielles de Michel Faucon
Le guide terre vivante des huiles essentielles - Dr Françoise Couic Marinier
This information is only indicative and taken from reference publications in aromatherapy. It does not engage the responsibility of Typology or constitute medical information. For any therapeutic use, please consult a doctor.
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