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benefits of organic avocado oil
RICH IN VITAMIN & FATTY ACIDS
Fushi Fresh-Pressed® Organic Avocado Oil is rich in vitamins A, D & E and essential fatty acids & minerals.
Avocado Oil is also a nourishing skin remedy oil with its fatty acid content to boost skin regeneration and soothe itchy flaky skin.
USE OF UPCYCLED AVOCADOS
Fushi Avocado Oil originates from South Africa where we utilise damaged avocados (that would otherwise go to waste). This highly-vitamin enriched oil is delicately cold-pressed from the flesh of the Avocado pear.
UNLOCK THE POWER OF PRANA WITH FUSHI FRESH-PRESSED® OILS
In Ayurveda, Prana represents life-force energy and we infuse that philosophy into our products by only using organic oils from this season’s harvest. By using only the freshest ingredients, they maintain their highest prana and life-energy.
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our fresh-pressed® process
Our first step is to ethically source the purest, biodynamically grown ingredients, ensuring they possess maximum potency
To ensure we use the freshest ingredients, we only select from this season’s harvest guaranteeing that nothing is older than three months.
To preserve the precious nutrients, we freshly cold-press the seeds, nuts, and kernels to produce 100% pure and unrefined oil.
Our pure oils are freshly hand-blended and bottled in our London workshop without using any additives or preservatives.
To protect our Fresh-Pressed® oils from any light damage, our oils lovingly packaged in a earth-friendly dark glass bottle with aluminum lids.
100% PURE AVOCADO OIL
Organic, fresh pressed from harvest, unrefined, centrifugally cold-pressed from fruit pulp, food grade and preservative free
FULL INGREDIENTS LIST:
Persea Gratissima (Avocado oil) Organic. Origin: South Africa/ Kenya (Rift Valley).
This is a cold-pressed, non-standardised, unrefined, organic, hexane-free and natural oil. Each batch varies and displays a set of unique characteristics. Fair for Life Certified .
FREE FROM: Chemicals, preservatives, fragrances or additives.
ORGANIC LICENSE NO: Certified Organic by the Soil Association Licence No: DA22368. EU Organic Certified GB-ORG-05 non-EU agriculture.
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INNER HEALTH | 1–3 teaspoons daily with food or as directed by a healthcare professional. Can be drizzled over a salad or blended into a smoothie.
COOKING OIL | Excellent cooking oil, with high smoke point
HAIR, SKIN & SCAP | Massage externally into dry areas for a deep moisturising and soothing effect.
FUSHI TOP TIP:
Apply the oil onto dry damaged hair ends as a hair mask, wrap it in a warm towel to help the mask penetrate deeply for at least 30 minutes before washing off.
WORKS WELL WITH:
• Really Good Hair oil
– to nourish dry and damaged hair
• Shea Butter – to replenish dry flaky skin
Store in a cool dark place. Do not use if the seal is broken.
Store in a cool dark place. Do not use if the seal is broken.
Avocado oil and olive oil are both healthy oils with distinct characteristics and benefits. The choice between the two depends on personal preference, intended use, and individual health considerations. Avocado oil has a higher smoke point than most olive oils, making it more suitable for high-temperature cooking methods like frying and sautéing. Olive oil has a lower smoke point and may degrade at higher temperatures. Avocado oil is rich in monounsaturated fats, particularly oleic acid, which is known for its heart-healthy properties. Olive oil is also predominantly monounsaturated fat and contains oleic acid as well. Both oils are low in saturated fat, making them beneficial for cardiovascular health. Avocado oil has a mild, buttery taste, making it suitable for various culinary applications without overpowering other flavours. Olive oil, especially extra virgin olive oil, offers a distinctive fruity and sometimes peppery flavour, which can enhance the taste of salads, dressings, and Mediterranean dishes. Both oils offer health benefits and contain vitamin E and antioxidants. Avocado oil may have a higher vitamin E content, while olive oil contains beneficial compounds like polyphenols. Avocado oil's mild flavour and high smoke point make it versatile for cooking, baking, grilling, and stir-frying. Olive oil, particularly extra virgin olive oil, is commonly used for salad dressings, dips, marinades, and drizzling over finished dishes.
Avocado oil has a high smoke point, making it suitable for high-temperature cooking methods like frying, sautéing, and grilling. Its mild flavor allows it to complement a wide range of dishes. It can be used as a substitute for other oils, such as vegetable or olive oil, in various recipes. Avocado oil is rich in monounsaturated fats, particularly oleic acid. These healthy fats can help lower bad cholesterol levels (LDL) and increase good cholesterol levels (HDL), thereby promoting heart health. The monounsaturated fats in avocado oil can enhance the absorption of fat-soluble vitamins and other nutrients from foods. Adding a small amount of avocado oil to salads or vegetables can improve the absorption of important nutrients like vitamins A, D, E, and K.
Avocado oil is considered healthier due to its high content of heart-healthy monounsaturated fats, antioxidants, and its ability to enhance the absorption of fat-soluble vitamins. It also has a high smoke point, making it suitable for high-heat cooking. Avocado oil is a versatile option for various culinary uses.
Yes, avocado oil is generally considered good for your skin. It is a rich source of beneficial nutrients, including vitamins A, D, and E, as well as essential fatty acids such as omega-3 and omega-6. These components make avocado oil highly moisturizing, nourishing, and soothing for the skin.Avocado oil has several potential benefits for skin health. It can help hydrate and moisturize dry skin, as it easily penetrates the epidermis and forms a protective barrier that prevents moisture loss. The vitamins and antioxidants present in avocado oil may also help protect the skin against environmental damage and promote a healthy complexion.Additionally, avocado oil possesses anti-inflammatory properties that can calm irritated or inflamed skin. It may aid in soothing conditions like eczema, psoriasis, and dermatitis. The oil's fatty acids can help boost collagen production, promoting skin elasticity and reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
Avocado oil is generally considered to have a low risk of clogging pores, making it suitable for most skin types. It has a relatively lightweight texture and is easily absorbed by the skin, which reduces the likelihood of pore blockage.
Unlike some heavier oils, avocado oil has a comedogenic rating of 2 on a scale of 0 to 5, where 0 indicates no likelihood of clogging pores and 5 indicates a high likelihood. A rating of 2 suggests that avocado oil has a moderately low potential for pore clogging, making it less likely to cause acne or breakouts.
However, it's important to note that individual reactions to any skincare product can vary, and some people may still experience clogged pores or breakouts when using avocado oil. It's always recommended to perform a patch test on a small area of skin before applying it to your face or body, especially if you have particularly sensitive or acne-prone skin.
If you have concerns about potential pore clogging, you can also consider using avocado oil in moderation or as part of a skincare formulation that includes other non-comedogenic ingredients