The process calls for a handful of non-GMO seeds from which the oil-producing cells are identified, removed and cultivated using a proprietary media. The cells are fed sugar, light and air to produce oil, which is naturally separated from the cells without the use of high temperatures or chemicals. According to Olixol executives, the process offers quality consistency, cost stability and scalability.
At In-Cosmetics, Olixol is exhibiting two new products, jojoba oil and borage oil. Both are suitable for a wide range of skin care and hair care applications and can be used as is in massage bases and treatment oils.
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