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The ojon palm has a single stem and grows up to 5 m high, and occupies the river banks of the Madeira River in the state of Amazonas, where it forms large colonies. It also occurs in Central America.
Traditionally the oil is applied to the hair in pure form which strengthens and nourishes the hair leaving it extremely soft and shiny .
The oil of the mesocarp is rich in oleic and linoleic acid and contains low amounts of saturated fatty acids and rich in vitamin A. The largest amount of carotenoids are constituted by -carotene (54.08%) and a carotene (40 , 38%), which are responsible for the strong red color.
The ojon oil is the only natural component which has the same constitution of the hair keratin. It is rich in amino acids and natural antioxidants that protect the hair fibers from daily aggressions. Its lipid composition is responsible for leaving the hair soft and shiny.
After a peeling session excellent for hydrating the skin while taking a shower.
It is a powerful ingredient for restoring hair fibers. It is suitable for those who use a lot of chemistry, dryer, flat iron and color. It is effective in combating hair loss and as a hair tonic for the treatment of dandruff. Indicated for masks and hair loss lotions, applied n the composition of creams and shampoos.
Production Process: Cold Extraction
Scientific name: Elaeis oleifera
Source of Raw Material: Amazonian Rainforest / Brazil
Solvent Extraction: Absent
Used part of the plant: Fruit pulp
Origin of the Vegetable Drug: Wild crafted
Product harmless, for cosmetic use only, not suited for human consumption.
Should be stored tightly sealed, protected from light and heat.