https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Macadamia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Macadamia_oïl Macadamia is readily absorbed oil thanks to its palmitoleic acid normally found in human sebum, conferring it great affinity with the skin.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Passiflora_edulis From the seeds of the tropical passion fruit, this oil contains flavonoids, carotenoids, vitamins E, F and K and vegetal squalene, helping protect against skin degeneration. It is a fast-absorbing, sebum-regulating, anti-etching, anti-rosacea and calming oil with a high content of linoleic acid that helps retain skin hydration.
Kpangnan/Painya (Pentadesma butyracea) fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pentadesma_butyracea The Pentadesma butyracea is a tree native to Central and Western Africa, where it grows in the thick pluvial forests on riverbanks, and in swampy zones. Its butter called Painya (or Kpangnan) is extracted from the seeds of its fruit, which are sustainably wild harvested. Just like many other food-providing forest [...]
Ximenia Oil (Ximenia americana) en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ximenia Ximenia trees, commonly known as wild plum or monkey plum trees, are found across Southern Africa, growing at low altitudes in woodlands and grassy savannahs. Ximenia oil is produced by Producing Associations in Namibia, Mozambique or Swaziland. In 2001, Ximenia was included in list of priority species to be promoted [...]
Kalahari Melon (Citrullus lanatus) en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Citrullus_lanatus The Baobab tree grows across Africa in hot, dry lowland areas. It is common for Baobabs to live over 1000 years. It is known in Africa as ‘The Tree of Life’, because there are many traditional uses for every part of it: from the leaves to the roots. The Baobab [...]