Tamanu oil (taken from tamanu seeds) contains many fatty acids and active ingredients that have a good effect on wound healing. Since ancient times, our forefathers knew how to use tamanu oil to treat burns and apply it to wounds to quickly heal young skin.
Chemical composition in Refined Tamanu Oil
Uses of Refined Tamanu Oil
The main uses of the oil are: moisturizing the skin, softening the skin, regenerating new cells; antibacterial, anti-inflammatory; pain relief, wound healing. In particular, tamanu oil is very good for skin recovery after injury
– Acne treatment: When applied to the skin, tamanu oil will calm the red spots as well as the inflammatory acne spots gradually disappear, helping the skin become healthier, thereby preventing the re-formation of acne.
Stretch marks: Stretch marks can appear when you are pregnant, gain or lose weight too suddenly, causing the skin to lose its elasticity as well as leave lines. You can use tamanu oil to massage regularly into the affected skin areas. Its moisturizing and anti-inflammatory properties improve stretch marks gradually.
– Hair conditioner: You just need to put a few drops of oil on the hair shaft and gently massage. You should avoid rubbing too hard because it will affect the hair follicles and cause hair loss.
Wrinkle prevention: Tamanu oil contains antioxidants, which support the skin against damage from free radicals. In addition, tamanu oil also helps prevent wrinkles caused by sun damage as tamanu oil can absorb UV rays and inhibit 85% of DNA damage caused by UV radiation.