palm nut oil

palm nut oil

[′päm ‚nət ‚ȯil]
(materials)
Yellowish fatty oil; soluble in alcohol, either, carbon disulfide, and chloroform; main components are triolein and triglycerides of stearic, palmitic, myristic, lauric, and other fatty acids; used to make soap, chocolate products, margarine, cosmetics, and candles, and as an illuminant and a color for butter substitutes. Also known as palm kernel oil.
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The conditioner for face, body and hair combines the nourishing benefits of Ojon palm nut oil to restore hair with the intensive hydrating properties of the Tawaka blend.
Colonel John Blashford-Snell, 66, was given a potion by the Wai Wai tribe in Guyana which is made from turu palm nut oil and has staved off grey hair in the tribe for generations.
Ojon products are made with palm nut oil produced by the Tawira and help improve hair's strength, moisture, shine, and reduce breakage.
A unique, highly-concentrated and versatile hair rejuvenator containing 100% pure Ojon palm nut oil, Ojon Restorative Hair Treatment instantly hydrates and improves the condition of damaged, color-treated or processed hair, without weighing it down.