Botanical Name: Brassica napus
Extraction Method :
Color: Light Yellow
Aroma: Little to no Scent
Benefits: Canola oil will protect your skin from free radicals and make your skin nourished and soft. If you want to get a youthful appearance, you should apply this natural oil on your skin every day to get the valuable vitamins from it.
Edible: Our Products are for external use only
Common Uses: Vitamin E and useful antioxidants in canola oil will protect your skin and improve skin health.
Shelf life: 2 Years
Cautions: For external use only
Vitamins / Minerals / Lipids Contained: contains phytosterols (such as beta-sitosterol), which lower cholesterol, along with some vitamin E and K
Plant / Oil History: During World War II the U.S. built a lot of ships, and so needed lots of rapeseed oil, but couldn’t get it from traditional suppliers in Europe and Asia. The Canadian rapeseed industry, which had been relatively small, exploded to fill the gap, and played an important role in the allied naval effort, becoming rich and powerful in the process.
Plant / Oil Description: Canola oil is made from the seeds of a plant called rape, which is in the turnip family
Plant Habitat: Fields of Canada
Storage: Store in a cool dry place