PASSION FRUIT OIL

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History

The beautiful purple flower, which produces the nourishing passion fruit, is the source of the yellow oil. The oil is extracted from the fruit's brownish-yellow seeds.

Passion Fruit Oil is rich in linoleic acid, oleic acid and palmitic acid, which are vital for healthy looking skin. It's a light textured oil, which absorbs quickly without clogging pores.  

It’s packed with quercetin, which is a plant pigment that is known to fight free radicals. As well as iron, potassium, & phosphorus, which nourish your body from the outside. It also contains vitamin A. Both help to prevent skin damages caused by environmental influences & fight free radicals.

This exotic oil absorbs fast without leaving a greasy film and is therefore called anti-comedogenic. It provides your skin with long lasting moisture.

  • beard oil

  • nourishing

  • deeply moisturising & nourishing

  • anti aging

  • anti-inflammatory & relieves itching

  • anti-inflammatory & relieves itching

Directions

Ideal for:

  • normal skin

  • sensitive skin

  • pregnancy oil

  • hair oil

  • beard oil

 

Skin

Massage a few drops directly into your clean skin. To lock even more moisture in, apply while skin is still damp to enhance absorbation.

Hair

To give your dry ends a treat put 1-2 drops of oil into your palms and massage into the dry or dump ends (the last 1-2cm) of your hair.

Beard

Gently rub 1-2 drops into your clean skin until it's absorbed.

Scent

Natural Passion Fruit Oil has a characteristic, smell- which one either likes or not at all. At least that is my experience. It has nothing in common with the artificial bubble-gum scent. It rather smells like the essence of freshly opened fruits. If you find the natural scent too intense then you can blend it with other natural carrier oils of your choice, for instance jojoba oil, coconut oil, safflower oil etc. 

I hope you enjoy using my products!

Fun Fact

Depending on their origin, the passion fruit can look different in colour and shape. In Puerto Rico for example, I came across big, yellow fruits. While in South Africa they are smaller and dark purple. Both taste delicious though!!

But they don't only differ in colour and size. In Germany I usually hear the name "Maracuja" whilst in Puerto Rico it's called "Parcha" and in South Africa "Granadilla". 

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Passion Fruits in Kapstadt

Passion Fruits auf Puerto Rico
-fotografiert von @cosechacaribe

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Ingredients:

100% cold pressed Passion Fruit Oil