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Abyssinian Oil

Abyssinian oil is pressed from the Crambe Abyssinica seeds without chemical solvents. Abyssinian oil is often compared to Jojoba Oil, yet is higher in Erucic Acid, with a strong concentration of intensely nourishing Omega 9. It also has a unique molecular structure not found in any other naturally occurring substance and contains a high percentage of unsaturated C22 fatty acids, making it highly resistant to oxidation.

This oil is an excellent moisturizer as it's light and non-greasy, ensuring it works effectively as a sealing oil.

It's also great for hair as the high Omega-9 (Erucic Acid) content helps to add lustre to hair, boost shine and protect the hair from split ends.

You can find this ingredient in our Complete Cream Cleanser.