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Kukui Nut Oil Treatments

Kukui Nut Oil Treatments

Kukui Nut Oil Treatments


Kukui Nut Oil Treatments: Kukui Nut oil contains Fatty Acids - Oleic- 78%  Palmitic- 6% Linoleic- 19%

 

The Kukui Nut Oil from Hawaii is the source of essential fatty acids, both "Linoleic" and "Linolenic", that replenish luster and elasticity to dry and damaged hair. This lightweight non-greasy formula replaces moisture content naturally. Kukui Nut "Hot" Oils do not remove or lift color as it is a natural nut protein.

 

Kukui Nut Oil has been used for many years in Hawaii , and is once again being re-discovered by the hair care community. It is prized for its rejuvenating and soothing effects upon the skin, and hair, without leaving a greasy or oily film. Pressed from the seeds of the Aleurites moluccana tree, Kukui Nut Oil is invaluable for many different skin & hair conditions, providing moisture and nourishment to help with dry, mature, and damaged skin & hair. Gamma-linolenic acid (GLA) is an essential fatty acid (EFA) in the omega-6 family that is found primarily in plant-based oils. EFAs are essential to human health but cannot be made in the body.

 

Linoleic acid is a colorless to straw-colored, liquid, polyunsaturated fatty acid of the omega-6 series. Linoleic and another fatty acid, gamma-linolenic, produce prostaglandins. Prostaglandins are substances that are found in every cell, are needed for the body's overall health maintenance, and must be replenished constantly. Linoleic acid is an essential fatty acid, which means that the body cannot produce it, so it must be obtained in the diet.

 

Gamma-linolenic acid (GLA) is a  leave-in treatment that conditions, shines and restores moisture for fine/normal hair. Can be mixed with chemical services, resulting in increased shine and condition.
Eliminates frizz for all hair types.

 

Paul Brown Hawaii Kukui Nut Oil Treatment contains both Kukui Nut oil and Macadamia Oil in its formulation.

 

    Oleic acid  is a monounsaturated omega-9 fatty acid  and makes up 55-80% of olive oil, (with only 0.5-2.5% available as actual free acid) and 15-20% of grape seed oil and and 15-20% Sea Buckthorn Oil. All of these 3 ingredients (olive oil, grape seed oil, and buckthorn oil) are also found in various hair care product formulations.


    The human body can produce all but two of the fatty acids it needs. These two, linoleic acid (LA) and alpha-linolenic acid (LNA), are widely distributed in plant oils. Kukui Nut oil is one of these sources.

 


 


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