Avocado Oil

Description: The Avocado pear belongs to the Laurel family, Although it is known as the Avocado pear, it is in fact not a pear at all, only pear shaped.

The oil is extracted from the flesh of the Avocado by pressing or centrifuge extraction, This yields a lovely bright green oil, the color is attributed to high levels of chlorophylls and carotenoids extracted into the oil.

Properties: Avocado Oil is rich in Vitamin A, B1, B2, D, and E as well as amino acids, sterols, pantothenic acid, lecithin, and other essential fatty acids.

Throughout history avocado oil has been renowned to have healing and regenerating properties.

Avocado oil season table

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  • Avocado oil penetrates into the deep skin tissue, nourishing, enriching and revitalizing the skin.
  • Since avocado oil easily absorbs into deep tissue with its wonderful emollient properties, it is ideal for mature skins as well as helping to relieve the dryness and itching of psoriasis, eczema and other skin ailments.
  • It is very useful when treating sun, climate or chemical damaged skin that is dehydrated and undernourished. It is reported to help regenerate and rejuvenate the skin as well as soften the skin tissue.
  • Anti Inflammatory: Avocado oil is lovely for a sensitive, irritated skin.
  • Anti Aging: Studies have found, that the oil can mobilise and increase collagen in connective tissue, helping to keep skin soft and mobile, this is why one of Avocado Oil benefits, is to help protect against aging.
  • Hydrating: The oil is extremely rich in Oleic Acid. A wonderful moisturizing and regenerating Fatty Acid, that is naturally found in human sebum (oil).
  • Avocado naturally contains Lecithin and squalane, together they have powerful skin healing properties, which is why we combine them in our formulas to maximise effectiveness
  • Avocado oil is relatively new to the culinary world and is often mislabeled in regard to smoke point. It is important to note that like all oils, the more refined, the higher the smoke point.
  • It has an unusually high smoke point, both unrefined and especially when refined. Extra virgin avocado oil from the Hass cultivar has a characteristic flavor, is high in monounsaturated fatty acids, and has a high smoke point (?250 °C or 482 °F), making it a good oil for frying.
  • Both unrefined and refined avocado oil can safely be used to conduct almost any high heat cooking application including baking, stir-fry, deep-fry, sear, barbecue, roast and saute.

 


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