Many people ask us;
► What is Tamanu Oil™ ? And why should it benefit my skin ?
Tamanu Oil is the most effective, natural skin healing oil in the world for external use.
Tamanu Oil is produced from fruits (nuts) of Tamanu trees.
The oil is 100% natural, chemical-free and 0% artificial additives.
Tamanu Oil has been proven effective when it is undiluted.
Tamanu Oil does NOT make your skin oily.
It actually make your skin a bit more dry and is effective on scarring and small wounds.
Pure Tamanu Oil contains polyphenols, these are anti-inflammatory
and have an anti carcinogenic effect.
Traditionally the oil is used for acne scarring, treatment of psoriasis, eczema, skin, hair, as an anti-aging product or as an ingredient in cosmetic products, the oil is also used for sunburns, wounds and more.
Why is Tamanu Oil Special ?
Many active ingredients are found in pure Tamanu Oil that explain why Tamanu Oil works so well for skin problems and seems to be good for the healing of wounds.
One of the components is calophyllolide, what appears to be anti-inflammatory. Other elements of the oil appears to work antibacterial. The oil is also rich in oil and linolenic acids, which moisturize and soften skin, but does not make your skin oily.Traditionally been effective with:
acne scars, allergy, eczema, hair loss, itching, anti-bacterial, psoriasis, dry skin, mosquito bite, UV protection
√ UV Protection
√ Mosquitoes Bites
√ Skin Conditions
Tamanu Oil for Animals ?
Coconut Oil for Animals ?
Tamanu Oil skin benefits seem to be endless so it shouldn’t come as any surprise that its amazing skin healing power works wonders on animals such as horses, dogs and even cats although care needs to be taken that they do not ingest it.
Humans and animals are not all that different. However, dogs and horses DO tend to be somewhat more prone to injury! Dogs get into scrapes with other dogs. Horses seem to cut themselves on barb wire or other objects. Cats can develop a range of skin irritations for any number of reasons, including injury. Animals can also suffer from conditions akin to Rheumatism, post surgical wounds, scarring or a pulled muscle, a sprain or general inflammation. Fleas and bites commonly lead to itching and sores.