Our Best sellers:

Argan Oil              Jojoba Oil
Ricin Oil                Olive Oil
Coconut Oil          Sweet Almond Oil

Our Gourmet oils:

Apricot oil                    Plum oil
Avocado oil             Pomegranate oil
Cucumber oil            Pumpkin seed oil
Grapeseed oil              Raspberry seed oil
Hazelnut oil                 Tomato oil
Mango oil
Peach kernel oil

Riches of Nature:

Baobab Oil                  Macadamia Oil
Borage Oil             Sea Buckthorn Oil
Camelia Oil                 Sesame Oil
Camelina Oil              Soybean Oil
Chaulmoogra Oil       Sunflower Oil
Evening Primrose Oil                     Wheat Germ Oil
Hemp Oil

Renowned in natural and traditional beauty rituals, vegetable oils are a source of comfort and suppleness for skin and hair. Thanks to their moisturising, emollient, nourishing, or regenerating properties, they are suitable for all types of care.

For a cosmetic use, two features of the composition of an oil are important: its fatty acid composition and its unsaponifiable fraction.
The fatty acids contained in cosmetic vegetable oils can be of two types: saturated or unsaturated. Unsaturated fatty acids include polyunsaturated fatty acids, such as linoleic acid (Omega 6), alpha linolenic acid (Omega 3), or gamma linolenic acid (Omega 6), and monounsaturated fatty acids such as oleic acid (Omega 9) or palmitoleic acid (Omega 7).Depending on their plant origin, the oils thus have very varied fatty acid profiles, which will determine their main properties
The unsaponifiable fraction is generally very low in cosmetic vegetable oils (between 0.2 and 2%), with exceptions of avocado oil, wheat germ oil, or baobab oil.

The unsaponifiable fraction finds applications in cosmetics for its biological properties since it contains vitamins, minerals, squalene, etc.