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Re: How do you know?

Post by IFISHALOT » Fri May 22, 2020 2:53 pm

According to Australian Standards if it is called Tuna Oil it must have a minimum of 73% Tuna Oil. That said I dont believe many of the Oils have been tested for years. Most Oils were tested around 13-14 years ago after numerous complaints and some were found to have other things included, including Vegtable Oil which lead to the EPA becoming involved along with Consumer Affairs. The real Tuna Oil from 15 years ago is nearly impossible to get as they changed the way they process the Tuna ( they now Steam, not boil as they did in the past) and most pure Oil is now actually sold for Womens make up these days at a very high price. The Oil we sell is a Pure Fish Oil. The main thing to look for is seperation. If theres any it ain't Pure Oil!
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Re: How do you know?

Post by Texas » Fri May 22, 2020 5:35 pm

IFISHALOT wrote:
Fri May 22, 2020 2:53 pm
According to Australian Standards if it is called Tuna Oil it must have a minimum of 73% Tuna Oil. That said I dont believe many of the Oils have been tested for years. The real Tuna Oil from 15 years ago is nearly impossible to get as they changed the way they process the Oil and most pure Oil is actually sold for Womens make up these days at a very high price. The Oil we sell is a Pure Fish Oil. The main thing to look for is seperation. If theres any it ain't Pure Oil!
I use nude-up by nature, smells a bit fishy

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Re: How do you know?

Post by 4liters » Fri May 22, 2020 9:03 pm

IFISHALOT wrote:
Fri May 22, 2020 2:53 pm
According to Australian Standards if it is called Tuna Oil it must have a minimum of 73% Tuna Oil. That said I dont believe many of the Oils have been tested for years. Most Oils were tested around 13-14 years ago after numerous complaints and some were found to have other things included, including Vegtable Oil which lead to the EPA becoming involved along with Consumer Affairs. The real Tuna Oil from 15 years ago is nearly impossible to get as they changed the way they process the Tuna ( they now Steam, not boil as they did in the past) and most pure Oil is now actually sold for Womens make up these days at a very high price. The Oil we sell is a Pure Fish Oil. The main thing to look for is seperation. If theres any it ain't Pure Oil!
When you say separation, do you mean layers forming or it kinda crystallising out?
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Re: How do you know?

Post by IFISHALOT » Fri May 22, 2020 9:26 pm

4liters wrote:
Fri May 22, 2020 9:03 pm
IFISHALOT wrote:
Fri May 22, 2020 2:53 pm
According to Australian Standards if it is called Tuna Oil it must have a minimum of 73% Tuna Oil. That said I dont believe many of the Oils have been tested for years. Most Oils were tested around 13-14 years ago after numerous complaints and some were found to have other things included, including Vegtable Oil which lead to the EPA becoming involved along with Consumer Affairs. The real Tuna Oil from 15 years ago is nearly impossible to get as they changed the way they process the Tuna ( they now Steam, not boil as they did in the past) and most pure Oil is now actually sold for Womens make up these days at a very high price. The Oil we sell is a Pure Fish Oil. The main thing to look for is seperation. If theres any it ain't Pure Oil!
When you say separation, do you mean layers forming or it kinda crystallising out?
Layers forming
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