|Botanical Name:||Corylus avellana|
|Aroma:||Light, sweet and nutty|
|Properties:||Fine texture, easily absorbable|
|Uses:||Acne, Inflammation, Respiratory Disorders, Hair Care, Skin Care, aromatic therapies|
Hazelnut oil is considered valuable in giving facial and body massages. It has a high content of essential fatty acids like linoleic acid. Hazelnut oil has a very light, pleasing sweet aroma, which is also somewhat nutty. It is a highly unsaturated vegetable oil that boasts of its fine texture. Hazelnut oil, the botanical name of which is Corylus avellana, is easily absorbable and therefore penetrates fastly into the skin.
Hazelnut oil has proved to be very effective in tightening the skin, thereby acting as a superbtoner for the skin. It also aids in the regeneration of cells and strengthening of capillaries. Hazelnut oil massage is quite effective in protecting children from the clutches of respiratory disorders. Apart from therapeutic properties, the oil is known for its moisturizing qualities as well.
Hazelnut oil provides numerous health benefits for which it is being increasingly preferred in the preparation of carrier oil blend. The best part about using this carrier oil is that, it does not leave an oily feel behind. The oil is also known to efficiently play the role of an astringent. For acne prone skin, it is of utmost importance.
Hazelnut oil provides soothing and relaxing effects to the skin, thus it is extensively brought touse for the purpose of spa massage. It also has the ability to filter the rays of sun and it is owing to this reason that it is over and over again used in the making of sun care products. The oil is often used as an additional ingredient in the preparation of creams, soaps, lotions and hair care products.
As a considerable product in health and beauty outlets, hotels, spa centers, solariums, massage rooms, thalassotherapy centers, alternative medicine centers, essential nut oil blocks the formation of acne.