Colza (Canola)

In nature, there is no such thing as a “Canola plant” that produces “Canola oil.”

Canola (Colza) oil is simply a trade name for low-erucic acid rapeseed oil which is made from the seeds of the rapeseed plant, a member of the brassica/turnip family. It is a comparatively non-odoriferous oil of a yellow colour.

An interesting fact: Canola oil has many uses and applications throughout various industries. Among the more unusual applications of colza oil is its ability to calm a choppy ocean! The oil modifies the surface tension of the water and rapidly smooths the surface. For this purpose, colza oil was carried in lifeboats, with rescue and recovery operations having been made far less risky through its use.


The important feature of colza (canola) oil within the skin care industry is that it is a non-drying oil, which means that it does not harden when it is exposed to air.

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