Sesame oil is a multi-use oil derived from sesame seeds--like the ones used on burger buns! If you have a sesame allergy, it's best to skip this oil, especially if you plan on using it on your scalp.
Sesame oil has a savory, nutty fragrance that's best known for use in the kitchen. Because of its high burn point, it's great for stir-fries and sautéing, but it can also be used as a seasoning for cold dishes like salads.
Besides cooking, sesame oil's primary usage is to keep your scalp and hair nourished. It works best with dry textured hair and can be very efficient on dehydrated ends.
At Wholesale Botanics, each oil goes through rigorous quality control checks during the process of manufacturing. We only use unaltered, pure oils, and we don't add any thickeners or other dilutions to give you the purest experience possible. All of our oils are packaged domestically at a world-class facility in the Pacific Northwest.
Botanical Name: Sesamum indicum Linn.
Family Name: Pedaliaceae
Parts Used: Seed
Extraction Method: Cold pressed
Appearance: Light Yellow clear liquid
Scent: With slight seasame aroma