Meadowfoam oil

Fun Fact! The oil extracted from the seeds of meadowfoam is known for high oxidative stability (20 times more stable than soybean oil) and 98% long-chain fatty acid content. Due to its stability, lubricity, and ability to stay on the skin, meadowfoam oil is used widely in cosmetics and haircare applications.

A native wildflower found along waterways in California and the Pacific Northwest and grown mainly in Oregon, meadowfoam has seeds that contain 20-30% oil. The oil extracted from these seeds is known for high oxidative stability (20 times more stable than soybean oil) and 98% long-chain fatty acid content. Due to its stability, lubricity, and ability to stay on the skin, meadowfoam oil is used widely in cosmetics and haircare applications.