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Tea seed oil

  • Antioxidant
  • Emollient effect
  • Moisturizing
  • Skin regeneration

Tea seed oil contains about five times the vitamin E of olive oil and has high moisturizing properties.

In China, it was used by Yang Guifei and the imperial family as an oil good for beauty and health about 1,300 years ago, and is said to have been used by some of the upper classes as a high-quality luxury oil.
In Japan, it has a history of being used in some tea-producing regions for food, skin care, and hair care during the oil shortages in the 1940s before and after the war.
It has high penetration power (outstanding penetration for a natural material), blends well with the skin, and is smooth and non-sticky, which are its characteristics.


How to use osmetic ingredients: Proven track record in shampoos, beauty oils, soaps, massage oils, etc.
Food ingredients: Proven track record in being blended into edible oils and processed products (sauces, etc.).
INCI name Camellia Sinensis Seed Oil
Country of origin Japan
Internal capacity 1kg
Packing 100g, 1kg
Shelf life 36 months from date of manufacture
(Store in a dry place away from direct sunlight and heat)