Macadamia nuts: origin and history
Macadamia nut (Macadamia Ternifolia) is the fruit of the Queensland walnut tree, a tropical tree originating from the humid forests of Australia. It is also known as “kindal kindal” among aborigines who have been exploiting and consuming it for millennia.
This walnut gives one of the most expensive nuts in the world. Its nuts are known to be the dry oleaginous fruit richest in lipids, about 80% of its composition, including 60% monounsaturated fatty acids, fatty acids good for health. They also contain a very rare fatty acid: palmitoleic acid or Omega 7, which has the peculiarity of promoting the regeneration of cells.
Macadamia oil: its benefits for the skin and the hair
Obtained by nut pressure, macadamia oil is a dry oil that quickly penetrates the skin and provides a dry feel and is non-comedogenic.
It is made up of more than 50% omega 9 and is known to have a moisturizing and nourishing action. Its richness in Omega 7 (+ 20%) also gives it restorative and softening properties of weakened skin (cracking, redness, sunburn), but also anti-aging properties by participating in the prevention of the appearance of wrinkles and brown spots. It prevents stretch marks, calms irritations and itching. Ideal for oily or fragile skin.
Macadamia oil treats acne, protects against climatic aggressions and serves as a natural sunscreen but with an index that remains low.
Macadamia oil also heals and nourishes irritated or dried scalps. It also nourishes and hydrates dry and brittle hair because of its beneficial action on the reconstitution of their fibers. It is also known for its protective action of colorations.
In leg massage, it facilitates micro-circulation and allows to tone the lymphatic system, you can incorporate it in your body creams to relieve the heavy legs.
Kadalys and Macadamia oil!
We selected an organic Macadamia oil to formulate Precious Radiance Oil. A dry oil with solar accents that prepares the skin before exposure to the sun by strengthening its natural defenses of the skin thanks to the yellow banana with the exceptional regenerating properties and the soothing and repairing oils of Granada and Macadamia. It illuminates the complexion, prolongs the tan and the brilliance of the hair with the Roucou and the Buriti.
Our Beauty Tips :
- To nourish the skin and strengthen it: to use as serum nourishing and repairing mature or dry skin. Apply under the night cream for 1 to 2 weeks.
- To prolong capillary colorations. Apply to the lengths before shampooing.
- As after shaving for dry and / or mature skin
- And finally in care of the cuticles.