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Healing Properties
Aguaje is a super fruit Its oil is orange in color with an earthy aroma. It has the highest concentration of Vitamin A from beta-carotene (5 times more than carrots), Vitamin E (25 times more than avocados), Oleic Acid, and other dense nutrients. Aguaje Oil has natural emollient properties as well as antioxidants that are great for the skin.

Known to:
-Assist in cell renewal and collagen production
-Used in Peru as an Anti-ageing treatment
-Reduce fine lines and wrinkles
-Lessen the appearance of blemishes
-Repair acne damaged skin
-Hydrates dry or flaky skin
About the Plant
Mauritia flexuosa, known as the moriche palm, is a palm tree that grows in and near swamps or other wet areas in tropical South America. It can reach up to 115 ft in height. It has large leaves that form a rounded crown and yellowish flowers. The fruit is chestnut in color and covered with skin that is shiny scale-like.

Alexander von Humboldt documented the tree and the ecosystem it supports in 1800 when traveling through the Llanos region of Venezuela. He made the observation of how many species were connected to the species and called it the "tree of life" marking it as a keystone species.
Natural Chemistry
Vitamin A (β Carotene): 33mg/100g
Vitamin E (α Tocopherol): 68mg/100g
Oleic Acid (Omega-9): 71%
Linoleic Acid (Omega-6): 7%
Linolenic Acid (Omega-3) 1%
Extraction Method
A traditional, chemical-free method to extract the oil from the mesocarp, attaining the highest purity and potency.
Regeneration Story
Sourced from a rainforest conservation project, this oil is handmade by a Peruvian women’s co-operative.​Originating from the Wetlands of the Peruvian Amazon

Aguaje Oil

Mauritia flexuosa