Jelika Lyka S. Raakin
Title: Coconut Oil and Calamansi Peelings As Agent for Hair Oil Bibliography: http://cindymickey.blogspot.com/2009/01/coconut-oil-and-calamansi-peelings-as.html Sources:
× Citrofortunella microcarpa, the Calamondin or Calamansi, is a fruit tree in the family Rutaceae native to the Philippine Islands and has been dubbed the calamondin, golden lime, panama orange, chinese orange, acid orange, calamonding, or calamandarin in English.It is believed to originate from China and has spread throughout Southeast Asia, India, Hawaii, the West Indies, Central and North America.The plant is characterized by wing-like appendages on the leaf stalks and white or purplish flowers. Its fruit has either a spongy or leathery rind with a juicy pulp that is divided into sections. This is about the possibility of oil extracted from calamansi peeling as preservative for hair oil. Hair oil is commonly used by people who have dry hair especially girls. Hair oil moisturizes the scalp, it provides hair into the sebacious glands and promotes hair growth.
The calamansi peelings we need in this study is abundant in the Philippines. We can directly find them in our kitchen, etc. Calamansi peelings contain a preservative called Pectin that is generally used in preserving jams and jellies.
In this study, we commonly use the extract of calamansi peelings which has pectin to preserve the fragrance of the coconut oil and which at the same time gives an additional fragrance to the oil. This study employs the importance of this experiment to our economy in the country. This study helps us in our research proposal because this study determine the feasibility of the Oil Extracted from Calamansi Peelings as preservative for Hair oil. In doing so, the characteristics will be compared to...
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