What is the difference between the three Camellia Oils we carry?
Camellia Japonica is in between Camellia Oleifera and Camellia Sinensis.
Camellia Sinensis is the lightest, and Camellia Oleifera is heavier than the Camellia Japonica.
Though relatively, they are all light.
We suggest sampling all three to see which one your skin likes best.
You can find the samples on our Oil Sampler page
Note: If ordering this oil in a Glass Bottle we encourage you to choose Priority Mail as
your shipping option when checking out. First Class packages are shipped
in a bubble envelope and are not a safe option for the Glass Bottle.
Camellia oil has been used for centuries as a natural hair conditioner, and may also be used on the skin for fantastic results. Camellia oil has anti-aging properties that helps to fight wrinkles and diminish the appearance of fine lines. This oil is lightweight on the skin, making it great for facial application.
- excellent skin and hair conditioning properties
- fights wrinkles
- helps to diminish fine lines
- nice and light weight
Delightful! ... I can't tell how well it's working beneath the skin where a wrinkle starts but the eye area looks plumper and the very fine lines are less noticeable. It keeps my face moisturized better than the sunscreen/moisturizer alone. I do the smile test during the end of the day at the office to see how dry my face has gotten every day. Ever since using this oil, the dryness is pretty much gone. Definitely a keeper!