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|Molecular Formula::||C14H12O2||Molecular Weight::||212.24|
|Purity::||99%||Appearance: Trans:||Colorless To Pale Yellow Transparent Liquid|
|Grade ::||Pharmaceutical Grade|
CAS 85594-37-2 Grape Seed Oil
Product Name:Grapeseed oil
Alias: Vitis vinifera
CAS Registry Number: 85594-37-2
Einecs No: 287-896-9
Grade: Food Grade
In foods, grapeseed oil has numerous uses. It has a very high smoking point, so many people use grapeseed oil to fry foods. It can also be included in dressings and sauces, and since it emulsifies very well, it does not generally separate when used to make things like mayonnaise. The flavor is also unobtrusive, allowing diners to focus on the main component of the dish. Culinary grapeseed oil can also be flavored with the addition of things like peppers, truffle shavings, and herbs.
In cosmetics, grapeseed oil is widely used. It is often combined with other oils to make massage oil, since it glides well on the skin and it also has moisturizing properties. Grapeseed oil appears to assist with skin repair, as it has mildly astringent and antiseptic qualities. Some companies use grapeseed oil as a short term natural preservative in body products, while others integrate it into moisturizing creams, sunscreen, and an assortment of other products.