The Golden Oil is produced from jojoba beans grown in the Negev fields of Israel and cold-pressed naturally, without any chemicals, into light oil with golden highlights and a distinctive slight aroma. The Golden Grade Oil has proven medicinal properties, and special features that are unattainable in any other oil produced from seeds or fruits in the whole of the natural world.
Because of its special chemical-molecular composition, with its long chain esters, the oil penetrates the skin pores without clogging them, thus allowing the skin to breath freely while at the same time rejuvenating itself with the oil’s moisturizing effect. (Jojoba oil is composed principally of 40 and 42 Carbon chain length esters, which are in turn composed of monounsaturated fatty acids and fatty alcohols of 16 to 24 carbon chain length.
Golden Grade Jojoba oil is an essential ingredient for such cosmetics as: creams for various uses, shampoos meant to rejuvenate hair follicles, and for ensuring moisture in dry skin. And as such, the oil is often used as the basis for Para-medicines in the treatment of skin and hair.
This oil is naturally hypoallergenic and, when as a component of creams, is calming to sensitive skin, allowing those suffering from allergies to also enjoy the natural moisturizing effects enriching the skin.
INCI Name: Simmondsia Chinensis Seed Oil
Commercial Name: Golden Jojoba Oil
Description: Liquid Virgin Oily Wax, Obtained from Natural Jojoba Seeds.
Production Method: Cold Press.
Appearance: Yellow Clear Oil, Very light Odor
CERTIFICATE OF ANALYSIS
|Melting point||9° C|
|Specific gravity at 25°C (gr/ml)||0.863 - 0.873|
|Refractive index (40°C)||1.450-1.470|
|**Unsaponifiable Matter||45 - 55%|
|**Iodine value (g/100g)||80 -92|
|**Acid value (mg KOH/g)||Max.:1|
|**Saponification value (mg KOH/gr oil)||85 - 98|
|**Moisture (Karl Fischer) WT.%||Max.: 0.1%|
|**Peroxide value ( meq./kg)||Max.: 2|
|**Bacteria total plate count||Max.: 50|
|Color gardner||Max.: 9|
Please note: Analysis marked ** are made periodically by Independent ISO/IEC
certified laboratory, from samples taken from each batch being processed.
Calibration standards used are maintained in accordance with ISO/IEC Guide 17025 (1999)
and are traceable to National and International Standards.