TamuSkin Tamanu Oil is an amazing traditional Melanesian skin care treatment used for centuries in Vanuatu and Tahiti. This ‘miracle oil’ can be used on almost any skin ailment with incredible results. Tamanu Oil has the extraordinary ability to promote the regeneration of new tissue, encouraging rapid repair and the development of healthy skin.
Can regenerate skin.
May aid in the reduction of scars.
Offers comprehensive skin support – including anti-aging.
May help reclaim skin previously affected by disease or acne.
Super penetrative offering exceptional cell hydration.
Features a unique fatty acid called calophyllic acid.
Whenever a culture has regarded a plant material as “sacred”, then it is usually safe to assume that it is something special. The Tamanu tree (Calophyllum tacamahaca) is indigenous to tropical South East Asia and has long been considered a sacred gift from nature for skin protection and healing.
When Tamanu oil is scientifically scrutinised it does indeed justify its “sacred” reputation. It offers multi dimensional skin support but perhaps the greatest claim to fame relates to cicatrisation.
New Tissue, Less Scars
Cicatrisation is the formation of new tissue. Tamanu oil promotes tissue formation and this growth of healthy skin is the key to the oil’s scar reducing potential. This oil can infiltrate all three layers of skin (The epidermis, dermis and hydrodermis) and this penetrative capacity explains some of it’s regenerative, restructuring and hydrating effect.
Do not use if allergic to nuts.
Before using, test on a small area of skin. If any reaction occurs, discontinue use.
For topical use only.
Apply liberally at least 3 times per day and up to 10 times for problem areas.
100% Organic Tamanu Oil from Vanuatu
Melanesian 'Miracle Oil' with a long history of cultural use
Due to high demand, we're importing this directly from Oz
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