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What is Carrier Oil?
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Carrier oils are vegetable oils that come from the fatty parts of plants, usually seeds or nuts. Carrier oils also have different therapeutic properties, and the carrier oil of your choice should be clear on what therapeutic benefits you are looking for. Carrier oils are used to dissolve essential oils before applying them to the skin.

Carrier oils are especially important when using essential oils because they shouldn't be applied directly to the skin.

Each carrier oil offers a different combination of properties and characteristics. The choice of carrier oil can depend on the benefits sought.

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Apricot Kernel Oil
dry, mature, or “normal” skin types
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Argan Oil
all types, but especially mature skin
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Argan Organic
all types, but especially mature skin
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Avocado Oil
mature and very dry skin
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Black Seed Oil
Dry to normal skin
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Candlenut Oil
mature and dry skin
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Castor Oil
mature and dry skin
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Deodorized Coconut Oil
Dry to normal skin
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Evening Primrose Oil
dry, mature, or hormonal skin
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Flax Seed Oil
Good for oily skin
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Grapeseed Oil
all skin types, but especially oily
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Hazelnut Oil
oily/acne prone skin
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Jojoba Oil
ideal for all skin types
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Moringa
all skin types
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Olive Oil
dry skin
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Rosehip Oil
mature and dry skin
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Sesame Oil
Good for sensitive skin
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Sunflower
all skin types
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Sweet Almond Oil
all skin types
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Tamanu Oil
dry skin
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Virgin Coconut Oil
Dry to normal skin
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Vitamin E
all skin types
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Walnut Oil
mature and dry skin
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Wheatgerm
mature and dry skin