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CO2 Extracted Oat Oil from Natural Sourcing

December 8, 2008

Natural Sourcing has introduced CO2 Extracted Oat Oil, [INCI: Avena sativa (Oat) Extract], a new and exclusive product in the firm’s growing line of organic and conventional cosmeceutical ingredients. The material contains a significant proportion of active phytochemicals, is rich in phospholipids and glycolipids, is free of trans-fatty acids and is rich in unsaturated fatty acids.

In addition, CO2 Extracted Oat Oil helps to stabilize emulsions, possesses excellent stability due to the high content of antioxidants including vitamin E, is extremely desirable in cosmetic, pharmaceutical and nutraceutical applications and has strong antioxidant activity. It is transparent and light in color and has a mild, natural odor. More info: www.naturalsourcing.com or (800) 340-0080.
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