Where can I buy C60 Olive Oil?

C60 Olive Oil Manufacturers

C60 Olive Oil Manufacturers

Buy C60 Olive Oil

Today the C60 carbon material is sold only to researchers and laboratories around the world. Scientists use the material to study it’s properties in manufacturing, nanotechnology, biomedical, and electronics.

C60 Olive oil is not generally made by many companies for research at this time. However a couple have cropped up, and do provide quality material for research purposes. So, if you have a science project and want to research C60 Olive Oil on your own, this is now possible.

Below we have a link to a United States company that produces C60 Olive Oil for research purposes.


Warning: Only buy C60 Olive Oil In The United States

If you import C60 Olive Oil, or other C60 related products from outside of the United States, no one can guarantee what your getting. We cannot recommend getting any C60 from Russia, Switzerland, China at this time. Not many companies can provide verification, COAs, or particle size COAs if they state the “Micronize” the C60 prior to using it in manufacturing. It makes no real sense to “Micronize” buckyballs when they are then dissolved in Olive Oil. While Techno-babble is the language of snake oil sales folks, we advise to at least purchase any research material from an American company. In the end if something from outside of the country kills your research, how could you question them or sue them? You likely will not be able to.

Below are a couple companies that sell C60 in various oils.

Buy C60 Olive Oil From RevGenetics For Research:

C60 RazorOil: This uses C60 and Avocado oil, Rose-hip oil and Wheat Germ Oil for $10 (10ml) At:
(C60 RazorOil)

  • The Razor Oil is made with edible carrier oils that penetrate better than Olive Oil for many applications, and can be used with research in animals.
  • The Razor Oil Maybe Available For Free when you purchase $100 or more of RevGenetics products (See product description for more details on free offer)

When you buy C60 Olive Oil:

We remind you that the C60 Olive Oil that these companies sell are only sold for research purposes. We advise you that for your next science project you consider the amount you may need. The amount given to the rodents in the study was 1.7 mg per kilogram of bodyweight. Depending on the weight of your research subject, you may want to buy C60 Olive Oil enough to make it last throughout the course of your experiment, like the original study, or more depending on the animal’s body weight.

There may be a few online companies that may pop up to offer C60 Olive Oil, we advise only to buy C60 Olive Oil from American companies found in the links above that have been around for a while, or have proven themselves.



About Anthony

Anthony Loera is the President and Founder of RevGenetics. His posts provide information on Telomerase Activators, TA-65, Resveratrol and C60 Olive Oil.

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  1. rimrockjim says:

    If your c60 is 100 ML, how many MG is it?

  2. C60 Olive Oil for all products linked in this post is 0.8mg per ml. That is the maximum amount that can be dissolved in olive oil per ml, and the same amounts per ml that was used in the study by Tarek Baati and Professor Fathi Moussa.

  3. Hi Anthony,

    I know leading scientists like Professor Moussa are not yet recommending using c60 on humans but….are you trying it yourself and are other people you know of trying it? let’s be fair, we are only human and if you are already using substances like resveratrol, astragaloside and cycloastragenol it’s very tempting to try c60 too!

  4. wmoreno@tulane.edu says:

    Hello, great website! Thank you for introducing me to this wonderful and new research in potential longevity. My question is basically to check my math for the dosing of a hypothetically giant rat: if the C60 present in the olive oil is 0.8 mg/ml and the dosing used in the research into rat/mouse longevity is 1.7 mg/kg of body weight, would a 185lb/83.915kg rat require roughly a 168ml dose of C60 olive oil? Forgive me for being lazy, but how many dosages were administered to the rats/mice daily/weekly, with meals?, time of day?


    • Yes, you are calculating it right if you want the big rat to have the same dose as the study. Personally I know a big rat that has taken that much. No issues, except the taste was disgusting… according to the rat. 🙂 Now, some folks think a lower dose could help somewhat, but I am not sure as big rats that weigh in about 185 pounds tend to have a much different metabolism than small ones, and are likely to get rid of the c60 faster, much like other supplements I have seen in the past. But then again, the possibility does exist that a small dose may do good as well. If the big rat dose get the full dose, note that the full dose was given only for a week, then spread out in the study… so it wasn’t every day after the first week of the full dose I believe.

  5. What is I use the pure ingredient c60 and use that…few drops in a glass of water or directly. Would that do any harm or work at all?

    • None that we have been told, thanks.

    • The issue maybe agglomeration of C60… which basically means an accumulation of C60 if it’s not properly dissolved. There is a study of this type of issue that affects plant growth. I don’t know what it may do in a live animal, but in my personal opinion if you can dissolve it properly to avoid agglomeration there should be no problems to your research subjects.

  6. OK, all this math is starting to hurt my brain. I have a very large dog. My dog weighs 235 lbs, yep, 235 lbs. I would like to dose her so she can be around for a long time. She is 6 years old now and her life expectancy is 12 to 14 years. So I want to get started right away. How much is a dose and how much would I have to buy per month? All the conversions are a bit difficult for me to get a handle on so help me out if you wouldn’t mind. Thanks in advance.

    • It depends if you want to scale up using the same dose provided to the rodents or 1/10 of the dose. The large dog can take as much as 1 cup (actually 1.07 cups) of olive oil a day for 7 days to just about equal the dose provided to the rodents… or as little as 4.8 teaspoons if you consider only about 1/10 the dose on an ongoing basis to help record daily data on a scale relative to large mammals such as apes.

  7. I’d like to start giving C60 olive oil to my cat, a little 8 pounder. How long does one give the c60? Just for a week or on an ongoing basis? Would my cat take an equivalent amount as the tiny rat or less? Just to ask, where is the documentation that explains the mechanism in C60 that accounts for the longevity? Are we talking telomere regeneration or something else?


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