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Canola
Canola
Brassica napus

Drive through Sweden in summer and you’ll encounter swathes of warm yellow next to fields of green. These are canola crops, bright, yellow-flowering plants belonging to the Brassicaceae family. Nutritionally, canola oil is very low in saturated fats, making it a healthy option. In cosmetics, canola oil is known for its exceptionally moisturising and nourishing properties, thanks to its rich fatty acids, sterols and vitamin E content. The canola oil we use is non-GMO, as are all our ingredients.  

Key Benefits
  • Moisturising and nourishing, thanks to canola oil’s rich fatty acids content.
  • Canola oil is softening and skin-conditioning.
  • Antioxidant vitamin E helps to counteract oxidative damage.
Canola oil is rich in fatty acids, including oleic, linoleic, α-linolenic and palmitic acids that have a high affinity with our skin, making it a great moisturiser.