Passion Fruit Oil is extracted from the fruit’s seeds and is rich in unsaturated fatty acids with nutritional and moisturizing properties for the skin and hair. Passion Fruit Oil can be used in formulations aimed at reducing oiliness of the skin, such as gels, tonics, creams, lotions, soaps, sunscreens, makeup and in formulations that seek a dry and a velvety touch to the skin.
For the treatment of hair, we indicate its use in products such as shampoo, conditioner, capillary mask, ampoules, and leave-in products, in order to improve features such as hydration and gloss.
“Maracujá” as it is known locally, is a warm-weather vine, also called the “fruit of tranquility”. The beauty of its blossoms also earned it the name of “passion fruit”.
Beraca is known and valued worldwide as a reference for sustainable development due to its unique Socio-Biodiversity Enhancement Program® and full traceability of raw materials from Brazilian biomes, especially the Amazon Rainforest – the world’s largest and most diverse rainforest. Beraca works closely with local communities and associations to ensure eco-sustainable standards and practices in its product sourcing and production.
Beraca’s Rain Forest Specialties line is composed of natural vegetable oils and butters sustainably sourced from the Amazon Rainforest and other Brazilian biomes. The ingredients come from more than 100 extractive communities throughout Brazil and are manufactured to connect the Brazilian biodiversity with thousands of consumers worldwide. Through a relationship marked by transparency, traceability, and innovation, Beraca contributes directly to regional development and environmental preservation.
Features & Benefits of Passion Fruit Oil
- Rich in omega 6 and contains omega 9
- Reduces skin oiliness and mattifying effect properties
- Moisturizing activity
- Absorbs quickly with dry and high hydration after-feel
- Indicated for oily skin care and hair care products
- Gels, Tonics, Creams, Lotions
- Capillary mask
- Leave-in Products
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