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Passion Fruit Oil - Natural Unrefined

Passion Fruit Oil - Natural Unrefined

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Passion Fruit Oil
Natural Unrefined - Sustainable Product of the Brazilian Amazon Forest
Scientific name – Passiflora edulis
Extraction Method: Cold Pressed
Part of Plant Used:  Seeds
Country of Origin:  Brazil
Appearance:  Yellow
Touch:  Light, non-greasy.

Product Abstract – Passion fruit oil has a high content of unsaturated fatty acids. 
This oil is rich in linoleic acid, which acts to aid in the restoration of the lipid layer of the skin and provides moisturizing and emollient properties that increase the silkiness of the skin. The creams and soaps, which include this oil, derived from the seeds of the passion fruit, provide a relaxing and anti-stress sensation.
Benefits of passion fruit oil for the skin:
- Balances skin moisture and help to reduce oily skin
- Reduces inflammation to help treat acne, rashes and other skin conditions;
- Helps to reduce fine lines and wrinkles
- Relieves itching
- It helps to balance the skin and prevent acne.

Benefits of passion fruit oil for hair
- Due to the high content of Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin E and flavonoids, phosphorus, Vitamin K and potassium, passion fruit oil helps to prevent the formation of dandruff, in addition to promoting strength and hair growth, as well as the appearance of the hair.
Common Uses – Soaps, body lotion, skin, hair.


All our oils, butters, and bioactive products are extracted from Amazonian plants using free chemical methods (without the use of chemical reagents or solvents). This method of Cold Extraction allows producing high-quality products, such as oils, greases, soaps, and herbal extracts; also, it preserves the bioactive compounds that are found in the raw materials. 
They are wild species that grow naturally in the Amazon rainforest, extracted sustainably without the use of pesticides and fertilizers. 
Our products are cruelty-free. 
The product may be subject to variation in color, viscosity, smell and other factors depending on the harvesting and local temperature.

Paris Fragrances is not liable for misuse in handling our products nor are we responsible for the final result of your product.   See our store policy page.


Do you know?
The passion fruit is native to tropical America, having high temperatures and humidity as a positive factor is cultivated in all tropical countries. Currently, Brazil is the largest producer of passion fruit. In the state of Pará, the passion fruit cultivation is like a tradition, especially in the region of Bragança.

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