|Avacado, Alligator pear, Avocado pear, Fuerte, Gwen, Hass, Pinkerton, Reed, Zutano, Aguacate, Abacate, Ahuacatl, etc.
|Country of Origin
|Soluble in alcohol and oils. Insoluble in water
|1.130–1.35 @ 20°C
|1.460 – 1.480
|Blends with most of the oil including olive oil, palm oil, castor oil, coconut oil, etc.
Avacado oil is extracted from fleshy pulp surrounding of avacado pit. It is classified as a monosaturated oil. The ultra rich oil contains Vitamins A, B1, B2, D, E, and Beta carotene. Avacado oil is known to have healing and regenerating properties. This carrier oil has a relatively high viscosity and is high-oleic content.
The lush and sensual Avocado fruit belongs to the fruits of Venus, goddess of love and beauty and even now enjoys a reputation as a 'love food'. This association was not lost on the ancient Aztecs, who revered this tree for its sensuous fruit. In their eyes they resembled testicles, which is reflected in the nahuatl name for this tree: 'Ahuacuatl'.
Color : Pale yellow to golden yellow liquid with Characteristic odor,
Aroma : Avocado Carrier Oil has very little scent characteristic of most carrier oils.
Linoleic- 11.75% Linolenic- 0.58% Oleic- 65.18% Palmitic- 14.60%
Avacado carrier oil blends are very useful when treating sun, climate or chemical damaged skin that is dehydrated and undernourished. The oil also helps to regenerate and rejuvenate the skin as well as soften the skin tissue. Avocado oil is well known as a nutrient for penetrating dry skin and resolving other skin problems.