Rice Bran oil - Refined, Thailand (Cosmetic grade)

  • 100 ml price   169 Thai Baht

  • 200 ml price   239 Thai Baht

  • 1000 ml price 509 Thai Baht

  •           Rice Bran refined has a low aroma and a clear light yellow appearance. It's extracted from the bran (the outer coating) of the brown rice. It has one of the most complex range of fatty acids making it one of the most complex natural oils available. It has fast absorption qualities along with slow, long lasting hold on the skins surface.

  •           Rice bran oil has a rich blend of beneficial components including phytosterols, polyphenols, squalene, antioxidants together with vitamins, trace amounts of minerals and proteins. It contains one of the highest amounts of vitamin E and can even act as a natural preservative when blended with other oils. It is a great emollient with softening and moisturizing properties good for dry, sensitive, mature, or aging skin. It is believed to have some ability to hinder UV rays absorption on the skin’s surface.

  • Rice Bran oil - Refined, Thailand

  • Botanical Name:  Oryza sativa

  • Origin:                  Thailand

  • Method of Extraction: Expeller Pressed / Refined

  • Parts used:           Bran from Rice

  • Color: Clear to pale yellow

  • Absorption:          Medium/Slow

  • Aromatic Description: Light, Sweet, Nutty

  • Aroma Strength:  Low

  • Skin type:   Good for all skin type

  • Notable Components:

  • Oleic acid               35% - 50%

  • Linoleic acid            29% - 45%

  • Palmitic acid           12% - 18%

  • Steric acid              0.5% - 4%

  • alpha Linolenic acid 0.2% - 3%

  • Oryzanol       over 5000 ppm

  •           Rice Bran is considered Non-Allergenic (allergic reactions very rare) and may reduce the severity of other allergic reactions.

  • Store below 22 degrees Celsius (86 degrees Fahrenheit) away from direct sunlight. For maximum shelf life, Aroma & More recommends that carrier oils be stored in a cool, dark place, in tightly closed containers.

  • Caution: Generally Regarded as Safe (GRAS) however, Aroma & More recommends testing on a small area of skin to check for reaction before using on larger areas.


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