In the 700s, Tibetan monks would expose jars of plant oil to the air and sun for years, then use it to make an amazing calming, decongesting and healing remedy. The benefits of this slow, controlled oxygenation were identified long afterwards.
Corn oil is obtained by pressing the grains. It has nourishing and restructuring properties. When oxygenated, it stimulates skin microcirculation, thus soothing irritated skin.