Hazelnut Oil

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cold pressed, virgin


Hazelnut Oil

Hazelnut oil in other languages:

Haselnussöl, Hazelnut oil, huile de noisette, olio di nocciola, aceite de avellana, Фундук масло, mogyoróolaj, hazelnootolie, lješnjak ulje, lešnik olje, hasselnød olie, hasselnöt olja

Ingredients (INCI):

CAS: 84012-21-5, 185630-72-2
EINECS: 281-667-7

The hazelnut shrub:

The Europe to Asia Minor widespread Hazel was cultivated in the earliest time because of its oily seeds and serves as food. The hazelnut is the only nut originating in Europe. The hazel blooms in winter and bears fruit the following autumn. The flowers are yellow, green to red. The nuts are brown. The shrub has a reddish-gray, shining bark. The leaves are of oval, round to heart-shaped form.

How hazelnut oil is produced:
The nuts are usually harvested by shaking the shrub after laying out fabric. Subsequently, the crop is dried in an airy, low-moisture place. Then the hazelnuts are freed from the shell and finally pressed. Hazelnut oil is a yellow liquid with nutty smell and taste.
Relative composition of hazelnut oil:

 Hazelnut Oil

Hazelnut oil and its applications:

Hazelnut oil is often used as a base oil in aromas. It is contained in skin care preparations such as creams, massage oils and lipsticks.


Cold pressed hazelnut oil can be heated. Salads, vegetable- and whole dishes are enhanced with the oil because of the slightly nutty taste. It is also used as a baking oil.


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