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Tigernut Oil

Tiger nuts (Cyperus esculentus), also called earth almonds or chufras, are the edible, underground tubers of a cyperus grass, which belongs to the sedge family (Cyperaceae). Despite its name, the tiger nut is not a true almond. The name derives from its almond-like flavour. Today, tiger nuts are mainly cultivated around the Mediterranean, in particular in Spain. The oil content of the tiger nut is approximately 25 percent. The oil is carefully pressed from the dried, chopped tubers.

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Contains natural vitamin E
High content of oleic acid 

Characteristic properties

  • Particularly high in oleic acid (omega-9, C18:1), it contains as well linoleic acid (omega-6, C18:2) and palmitic acid (C16:0).
  • Contains natural Vitamin E

Areas of application


  • The high content of oleic acid (omega-9, C18:1) facilitates the penetration of the corneal layer,  providing excellent nourishing and moisturising properties.
  • Improves the elasticity of the skin, thereby reducing wrinkling
  • Used in creams, lotions, shampoos, haircare products as well as in massage and body oils

Chemistry & technology

  • Applied as a waterproofing in the textile industry
  • Used to produce soap and as a lubricant 



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