Latin Name: Camelia oleifera
Plant Family: Brassicaceae
Extraction: Maceration of flowering tops in Sunflower Oil
Camellia oil, made by macerating the flowers in sunflower oil it grows wild in the mountains of Japan and China. Deeply moisturising and full of antioxidants, the oil has been used for centuries by women for skin and hair care.
A golden yellow mobile oil, great for cooking, a great emollient and very nourishing.
Camellia sinensis is the tea plant, with evergreen leaves and leaf buds are used to produce, White tea, Green tea, Oolong tea and Black tea. They are all processed differently to attain different levels of oxidation. The Plant is usually cut to stop it from growing over 2.5m to facilitate the collection of leaves for the making of tea.
Camelia Oil Safety Data Sheet