Use it alone as a treatment for mature skin, or in combination with complementary plant oils such as rose hip, argan, hemp or sea buckthorn.
Most often used alone, it is the basis of any mixture intended for mixed to oily, heavy skin.
Alone or mixed with avocado, castor or coconut oils, it is a classic in hair masks, specifically for its ability to regulate sebum production.
Interesting excipient for oleo-perfumes, as it is almost immune to rancidity.
Please note: in winter or when it is cold, your oil may arrive at home solidified in its bottle or small flakes may float in suspension in the bottle. This is a reaction of the oil which freezes completely or partially depending on the temperature. This does not affect the quality of your product.
To thin your oil, run your bottle under a stream of warm water (not too hot) or store it in a cupboard at home, if the temperature inside is > 18°C, it should become liquid again on its own.