Camellia Oil is expeller pressed from the fruit seeds of the Camellia Sinensis or Camellia oleifera plant, a wild flower native to China, Japan and India and is now cultivated around the world.
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You do not need a lot of this oil in your soap recipe for it to be beneficial. Adding a small amount at the start of the soap making process is sufficient.
The chart below shows the approximate percentages of fatty acids present in Camellia Oil.
This oil will provide a small amount of hardness for your soap due to the presence of palmitic and stearic acids but the best quality this oil will lend your soap is the conditioning that comes from the high percentage of linoleic and oleic acids.
The following recipes contains this ingredient:
Camellia Oil Soap
This information is provided for reference use only and is not meant to substitute the advice of a licensed health care professional.