1. Cosmetic Ingredients

Hokkaido Sika Deer Refined Oil

Oil from Natural Slka Deer from Hokkaido

Hokkaido sika deer is a subspecies of Japanese deer that lives only in Hokkaido. Once on the brink of extinction, the population has now rapidly
ecovered due to conservation policies such as banning hunting. As a result, problems such as agricultural damage and traffic accidents are ccurring. For this reason, local government is gradually expanding the hunting quota and increasing the number of animals captured. The hunted
okkaido sika deer are butchered at a deer meat processing facility certified by the Hokkaido Prefectural Government and distributed as meat. At this timing, deer fat is developed as a cosmetic raw material by deodorizing and refining subcutaneous fat, which has no utility until now. It has a fatty cid composition similar to horse oil, and has the unique familiarity of animal oil.

Display Name Example for Food
Display Name Example for Cosmetics Deer Fat Tocopherol
Origin Raw material Ezo deer
Origin Raw material's Place of Origin Hokkaido
Manufacturing Place Hokkaido
Standardized Ingredients
Functional Claims
Recommended Dosage
Expected Function ◎ Moisuturizing effect on the skin ◎ Anti-wrinkle measures ◎ Aging care ◎ Burns, skin irritation, sunburn, etc.
Uses ◎ Ingredient for cosmetics
Properties White to light yellow paste without offensive odor
Storage Condition Keep in cool (unde 10℃) dry place and avoid direct sunlight
  • Made in Hokkaido
  • Made in Japan
  • Upcycling

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