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buriti

(ˌbuːrɪˈtiː)
n
a variety of palm tree of the genus Mauritia
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The 99.9 per cent naturally derived daily treatment is made using buriti oil, a highly moisturising ingredient from the Moriche Palm in Brazil.
Buruti oil comes from the fruit of the Moriche palm, which grows in Brazil's wettest areas and is the key ingredient in Aveda's Dry Remedy Moisturising Oil, PS17.50 (www.aveda.co.uk).
The oil is infused with the power of Buriti oil, the key ingredient reaped from the fruit of the Moriche Palm that is lightweight and deep moisturizing.
The 99.9% naturally-derived daily treatment is made using buriti oil, a highly-moisturising ingredient from the Moriche Palm in Brazil.