Brazil Nut Oil
Brazil nuts are native to the Amazon rainforest of South America. They are now grown in Guianas, Venezuela, Brazil, eastern Colombia, eastern Peru and eastern Bolivia.
Brazil nut oil has a light texture, and a sweet, nutty aroma.
Brazil nuts contain a dietary source of selenium, and research suggests that proper selenium intake is correlated with a reduced risk of both breast and prostate cancer.
Brazil nut oil claims to help slow down that process of ageing skin, and also helps with dry and cracked skin.
Brazil nut oil is used in a variety of products including hair products, facial serums, massage oils, skin products and lip care products, as well as being eaten raw and added to meals.