Organic Sunflower Oil
Sunflower Oil is one of the world’s most widely used TOP 5 vegetable oils. Sunflower seeds have an average oil content or around 44 %. They are peeled and dried before the pressing process. The pressed oil contains a large amount of essential fatty acids, vital substances that the human body cannot produce on its own.
Sunflower oil is a widespread, popular culinary oil. It is highly heat-resistant and particularly suitable for cooking, baking, and frying.
In the cosmetic industry, sunflower oil is used as a carrier or base oil for a wide range of product groups. Thanks to its high amount of omega-6 fatty acids and natural vitamin E, sunflower oil is one of the most oxidation-resistant vegetable oils. It contains alpha-tocopherol, which has an anti-inflammatory effect.
Sunflower oil is one of the most widespread base oils in the pharmaceutical industry. It is used as a carrier oil for active substances and the liposoluble vitamins A, D, E and K. In traditional pharmaceutics, sunflower oil treats rheumatism and open skin wounds. Thanks to its lubricating properties, sunflower oil prevents skin dryness, which supports the healing process.
Organic Rapeseed Oil
Rapeseed oil is a vegetable oil that is extracted from shredded rapeseeds. It is first coldpressed, then hotpressed.Coldpressed oil is usually yellow and viscous, while the refined variety is neutral in flavour and colour. Rapeseed oil is used for technical and culinary purposes alike.
Rapeseed oil is very widespread in the food industry. Coldpressed rapeseed oil makes a great oil for salads and raw vegetables. It is also used in mayonnaise. It contains a high amount of natural vitamin E and healthy omega-3 fatty acids. Refined rapeseed oil can be heated to very high temperatures which makes it suitable for steaming, frying and baking.
Rapeseed oil naturally contains vitamin E and two valuable fatty acids: linoleic and linolenic acid. This makes it especially suitable for dry, stressed and mature skin.
In the pharmaceutical industry, rapeseed oil is used as a filler material in soft gelatine capsules and as an ingredient in formulas for enteral feeding.