Tuesday, 19 February 2013 @ 11:31 AM ICT
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Olives contain the largest percentage of squalane, although tiny amounts do exist in wheat germ oil, rice bran oil and yeast. Olive squalane is widely used as an emollient, skin conditioner and carrier oil in cosmetic applications and hair care, found in everything from face and eye creams to lip treatments. Squalane oil has even been marketed for its reported effects on cancer. Soft, silky and instantly absorbed, olive squalane is brilliant for clearing difficult skin problems when nothing else seems to do the trick. Topical squalane treatments also work well with oral supplementation, grabbing hold of lipid soluble toxins and enabling them to be excreted from the body.