Unrefined oils are ones that have not been subjected to high heat or chemicals for controlling color and scent. They maintain the maximum amount of oil's original character, and are untainted by chemicals.
Large manufacturers need to control the batch-to-batch differences in their supply chain to make the final product uniform. They employ various "refining" techniques for this purpose.
Refining allows control of color and scent of oil by using combination of chemical, filtration or heat processing.
Refined oils are less expensive to produce, since the process makes it possible to make the final product always uniform and look and feel the same, regardless of using different grade oils.
Refined oils lose important nutrients and antioxidants in the process. Depending on the type of the refining process, there is also the possibility that trace amount of chemicals remain in the finished oil.
Body, Elbows, Legs, Knees and Heels
Japanese Camellia oil does an excellent job to soften rough skin in areas such as elbows, legs, knees and heels.
How to Use
Apply a small amount to damp skin (best after showering or taking a bath.) Apply gently and thoroughly till completely absorbed.
Use morning and night, or as often as needed.
Nails and Cuticle Care
Add one or two drops to a cotton pad and wipe nails and cuticles. Best after showering. After a few days, you will notice that your nails and cuticles are softer and smoother and look healthier.
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