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Tamanu Oil is derived from a nut, test on skin before use

Everyone should test on skin before use. Tamanu oil is derived from the nut of the Tamanu tree. For those that have nut allergies, it is not recommended to use this oil. Please use at your own discretion and consult a physician before use.

How to Apply Nabakura™ - Pure Tamanu Oil of Vanuatu

Tamanu oil absorbs quickly and does not leave a greasy feeling on the skin. A small amount of tamanu oil will go a long way. For EXTERNAL USE ONLY.For BEST results, clean affected area and apply a small amount of tamanu oil or cream twice daily (morning & evening) with a cotton ball or swab or directly to the affected area.

Tamanu oil as a moisturizer and for hair

Cleanse face or areas of the skin thoroughly, where it will be used. Apply a couple of drops to your hands and massage into the skin, being careful not to get it into the eyes or mouth. Tamanu oil can also be used as a glossing agent for your hair and to treat dry damaged hair. In Vanuatu and many other parts of the South Pacific, It is known to protect your hair from the sun and harsh weather at the same time. Apply a small amount into your hands and massage onto your hair. Massage an extra amount into the hair ends for dry damaged hair.
How to use tamanu oil

The real healing power of this traditional topical oil is its unique ability to promote the formation of new tissues, thereby accelerating wound healing and the growth of healthy skin (anti-aging). The scientific term for this process is “cicatrisation”.

Your skin is the largest organ in your body. It is made up of three different layers – the Epidermis, Dermis and Hypodermis. Within these three layers are various other layers, all with specific functions. Nabakura™ Oil effectively speeds up the healing process by penetrating deep into the underlying connective tissues of the skin and promoting the growth of new skin tissue.

Scientists don’t fully understand the unique cicatrizing properties of the oil as it has an extremely complex portfolio of chemistry that is difficult to decipher or explain. However, scientific studies clearly establish that tamanu oil is a significant healing agent, not only because of its ability to produce new skin tissue, BUT ALSO because of its anti-inflammatory, anti-neuralgic, antibiotic and antioxidant properties.
If you suffer from a troublesome skin condition or know someone who does, then you have stumbled upon a unique product that just may be worth giving a try. While there have been a number of scientific studies on tamanu oil, the research has been limited, due largely to the product not being well known outside Pacific Island countries such as Vanuatu & Tahiti. However, sufficient scientific studies have been done in Europe and the U.S to know that this oil has the unique ability to promote the formation of new skin tissue and that it has many beneficial healing properties.

Tamanu Oil Storage

Store tamanu oil in a cool dry place and out of direct sunlight.
Tamanu oil can have a shelf life of up to 5 years if it's stored properly. You should store it between 70° F (21° C) and below 125° F (52° C)

Disclaimer: Products on this website are not intended to cure, diagnose, prevent, or treat any disease. Information or statements on this website have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration & there have been no clinical studies documenting the medical effectiveness of Tamanu oil.
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