Nativilis Candeia Essential Oil Natural Alpha Bisabolol 95% (Eremanthus erythropappus) - Sesquiterpene – Vegan - Antibacterial Anti-inflammatory - Skin-Smoothing - Wound Healing Nociceptive Properties - Copaiba
A pioneer tree, common in the higher regions of the Mantiqueira and Espinhaço mountain ranges, predominantly in the Atlantic Forest biome and its transition zone with the Cerrado, a region highly modified by agricultural occupation of the last centuries. The candeia forms dense forests where it is the dominant species, which makes sustainable forest management viable.
The Natural Alpha Bisabolol , is obtained from the essential oil of candeia wood by physical and clean processes of steam-dragging and vacuum fractioning. It is a product of very high purity, with a minimum content of 95% levomenol, an active isomer of Alpha Bisabolol.
Bisabolol is the ideal option for companies seeking to have the effectiveness of natural bisabolol together with a guarantee of the sustainable use of Brazilian biodiversity. The sustainable management of candeia forests reinforce the sustainability credentials by actively contributing to the preservation of the Atlantic Forest
Health and Beauty
Natural Alpha Bisabolol is recommended in a wide range of cosmetic formulations for the skin for its anti-irritant and calming action, associated with its bactericidal and anti-inflammatory effect. In addition to these well-known actions, it is stable in a wide range of pH. The known efficacy and the appeal of its natural origin, makes Candeia Bisabolol one of the most sought after natural assets for formulations intended for sensitive skin. It is widely used in after-shave formulations, baby products and anti-aging creams, among several other applications. Because it is a skin permeation vector, it can be used as a carrier of other actives for deeper layers of the dermis. Alone or in conjunction with other actives, it works as an equaliser of skin tone.
In oral hygiene it is used in toothpastes for sensitive gums, acts on the elimination of biofilm in oral rinses and attenuates the irritability of the gums of babies during the eruption of their first teeth.
Alpha bisabolol is a natural raw material manufactured for use in various types of cosmetic or pharmaceutical products. This compound comes from the bark of the candeia tree, in the form of an essential oil.
As it is developed naturally, alpha-bisabolol makes up organic and vegan cosmetic products, with beneficial properties for the human skin. Therefore, it has become one of the most widely used ingredients in today's cosmetics market.
ATTRIBUTES OF ALPHA BISABOLOL
The main attributes of alpha bisabolol are linked to its anti-inflammatory, anti-irritant and depigmentant properties. From these benefits, the input allows for the creation of products for sensitive skin, composed naturally.
Some other attributes, more relevant to the use of low-price alpha bisabolol are:
- High efficiency compared to the corresponding synthetic input
- Absence of harmful substances that irritate sensitive skin
- Composition of lightening and anti-acne cosmetics
- Great healing ability
Because it is extracted naturally and developed in accordance with certifying bodies , alpha-bisabolol is proven to be natural and guarantees advantages beyond the skin by contributing to the environment as a whole.
Identification of the Bisabolol Synthase in the Endangered Candeia Tree (Eremanthus erythropappus (DC) McLeisch)
Candeia (Eremanthus erythropappus (DC) McLeisch, Asteraceae) is a Brazilian tree, mainly occurring in the cerrado areas. From ethnobotanical information its essential oil is known to have wound healing and nociceptive properties. These properties are ascribed to result from a sesquiterpene alcohol, (–)-α-bisabolol, which is present at high concentrations in this oil. Bisabolol is highly valued by the cosmetic industry because of its antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, skin-smoothing and wound healing properties. Over the past decades, Candeia timber has been collected at large scale for bisabolol extraction from wild reserves and the species is thereby at risk of extinction. To support the development of breeding and nursing practices that would facilitate sustainable cultivation of Candeia, we identified a terpene synthase gene, EeBOS1, that appears to control biosynthesis (–)-α-bisabolol in the plant. Expression of this gene in E. coli showed that EeBOS1 protein is capable of producing (–)-α-bisabolol from farnesyl pyrophosphate in vitro. Analysis of gene expression in different tissues from Candeia plants in different life stages showed a high correlation of EeBOS1 expression and accumulation of (–)-α-bisabolol. This work is the first step to unravel the pathway toward (–)-α-bisabolol in Candeia, and in the further study of the control of (–)-α-bisabolol production.
- Name: Nativilis Candeia Essential Oil Natural Alpha Bisabolol 95% (Eremanthus erythropappus) - Sesquiterpene – Vegan - Antibacterial Anti-inflammatory - Skin-Smoothing - Wound Healing Nociceptive Properties
- Scientific name: ALPHA-BISABOLOL NATURAL -α-bisabolol, Eremanthus erythropappus (DC) McLeisch, Candeia, sesquiterpene, bisabolol synthase
Country of Origin: Brazil
Major Compounds: CAS No. Description - 23089-26-1 α,4-Dimethyl-α -(4-methyl-3-pentenyl)-3-cyclohexene-1-methanol Levomenol - Certificate of Analysis
CAS Generic: 515-69-5 of bisabolol, synonym of alpha bisabolol natural, (-) isomer or Levomenol, CAS 23089-26-1
· Identification number(s) · EC number: 245-423-3
· Reach Number: 01-2120764002-67-000
Source of raw material: Brazilian Cerrado / Brazil
- Batch number: AB230123.086
- Preservatives: Absent
- Number of analysis:
- Solvent extraction: Absent
- Manufacture date:
- Origin of the vegetable drugs: Natural Extractive
- Shelf life: 24 Months
- SAFETY HEALTH: Product harmless, for cosmetic use only. Not suitable for human consumption.
- STORAGE: Should be stored tightly sealed, protected from light and heat.
Directions for use: Directions for use: Directions for use: Topical use:
Add 10 drops of Nativilis Candeia Essential Oil Natural Alpha Bisabolol 95% (Eremanthus erythropappus) Oil to 20 ml of natural oil (Argan, Sunflower , Jojoba , Sweet Almond)
Capillary masks – Dosage 5 to 15%
Ampules – Dosage 10-20%
Finalizers -: Dosage 5-10%
Combe facility – Dosage 5-15%
Conditioners – Dosage 3-10%
Shampoo – (super fatting phase) – Dosage 1.0 -3%
Blend very well with Copaiba Oil
Obs: 1ml = 25 drops
- Best Use: 24 Months
- Shipping Weight: 30ml
- SKU: Bisabolol-5060864591163
- Type: GTIN-13 - Number: 5060864591163
Safety data: Product for cosmetic use only, not suited for human consumption!
- This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
Avoid contact with eyes, do not ingest. In case of eye contact, flush thoroughly with water, call physician if irritation persists. Keep out of reach of children.
- First-aid measures after inhalation: Assure fresh air breathing. Allow the victim to rest. If you feel unwell, seek
medical advice (show the label where possible).
- First-aid measures after skin contact: Rinse with water. If skin irritation occurs: Get medical advice/attention.
- First-aid measures after eye contact: Immediately rinse with plenty of water. If irritation persists, consult an eye specialist.
- First-aid measures after ingestion: Rinse mouth. Do not induce vomiting. Get medical advice/attention.
Keywords: (–)-α-bisabolol, Eremanthus erythropappus (DC) McLeisch, Candeia, sesquiterpene, bisabolol synthase
Safety and Toxicology
Essential oils have been used medicinally for thousands of years and when used appropriately pose little risk. Essential oils are obtained from plants and, when processed correctly, contain potent chemical compounds each with their own proven therapeutic properties. Not all essential oils are suitable however for use in aromatherapy. Some oils are carcinogenic, phototoxic, hepatotoxic, neuro-toxic and renal toxic. Others can cause sensitisation and irritation and should not be applied to the skin. Whilst they are a natural product - if unadulterated - they are also very potent and it is vitally important that they are handled with the relevant knowledge to ensure their effective, safe use.
Please observe the following basic principles:
- Oral ingestion of essential oils is not advocated click here for more details. Certain oils are toxic when ingested, so under no circumstances should anyone take essential oils orally without a prescription from an appropriately qualified medical practitioner. Essential oils need to be treated with the same respect as conventional medicines.
- Do not apply neat essential oils to the skin, always dilute with a carrier oil or suitable base lotion or cream.
- Keep essential oils out of the reach of children
- Avoid UV exposure with citrus oils as they are photo sensitive
- Avoid essential oils coming into contact with the eyes and mucous membranes.
- Keep essential oils away from direct sunlight.
- Always seek the advice of a professional aromatherapist.
General Dilution Guidelines
The number of drops of essential oil used in a blend is a major factor to safe use. Generally dilutions range from 0.5 to 5% dilution. Chronic conditions generally require more diluted doses compared to acute situations.
Special consideration is required for children, the elderly, terminally ill patients, during pregnancy and lactation and when attempting to conceive, epileptics, clients on medication and patients going through chemotherapy and radiotherapy should always seek professional advice before using any essential oils.
A 2% essential oil dilution is generally regarded as a safe guideline for dermal application on healthy adults.
Some essential oils and methods of application may be contraindicated in some medical conditions and illnesses and during on-going medical treatments.
Professional advice is required when using essential oils in combination with medications.
Babies, children, teenagers, pregnant and lactating women, palliative clients in particular require a gentle approach and should always seek professional advice.
Always contact a professional aromatherapist who will guide you on the oils that are suitable for your individual needs.
The International Federation of Aromatherapists are a professional representative body, concerned with the standards of Aromatherapy training and the professional development of their members. Any reactions or adverse effects you may have experienced using essential oils should be referred to either your GP practice or the NHS Helpline on 111.
Purity is important as many essential oils are expensive and to avoid inadvertently using adulterated products or synthetic products always purchase essential oils and carrier products from reputable suppliers.
Once you have obtained or bought your essential oils and carrier oils from a reliable supplier, there are a few points you should observe to safeguard the quality and therapeutic power of your oils and keep them as fresh as possible:
- Store in a dark place away from air, light or heat. Light or heat will cause evaporation, air causes oxidation and sunlight cause photo-catalytic activity and photo-toxicity.
- Avoid leaving bottles of essential oils by a window or a heater, where sunlight and heat can affect them.
- Keep in an even temperature, as cool as possible.
- Replace tops immediately after use, firmly and securely.
- Always ensure that your essential oils are stored in appropriate containers, e.g. use glass bottles not plastic.
- Keep away from children.
In such conditions essential oils will keep for a year or more. Once blended, mixed with a carrier oil and with other essential oils they will keep for a much shorter time and may even go off after six weeks or less.