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Here is a list of the carrier oils we use. Carrier oils are used and very important because they dilute the essential oils. Carrier oils provide nourishment, anti-aging benefits, and sebum balance. A majority of the oils listed are non-comedogenic (will not clog your pores). 

Almond Oil (Prunis dulcis): moisturizing, hydrating, anti-inflammatory, reduces stretch marks and fine lines


Argan Oil (argania spinosa): moisturizing, reduces sebum, anti-aging properties, reduces stretch marks and fine lines


Camellia Seed Oil (Camellia oleifera): anti-aging, similar to our skin’s chemical makeup which make it easier for it to absorb into the skin, non-comedogenic, great source of antioxidants 


Carrot Seed Oil (Daucus carota): anti-bacterial, anti-aging, soothes inflammation 


Grapeseed Oil (vitis vinifera):reduces appearances of scars and acne, non-comedogenic


Hemp Seed Oil (cannabis sativa): moisturizing, non-comedogenic, reduces acne, soothes inflammation, anti-aging properties, does not contain CBD or THC


Jojoba Oil (Simmondsia chinensis): hydrating, moisturizing, similar to our skin’s sebum, packed with antioxidants, anti-aging 


Meadowfoam Seed Oil (limnanthes alba): moisturizing, similar to skin sebum, contains Vitamin E which helps protect the skin against sun damage 



Prickly Pear Seed Oil (Opuntia ficus indica): moisturizing, contains a huge amount of Vitamin E, loads of anti-oxidants, assists in collagen production, anti-aging. 


Rosehip Oil (Rosa canina L.) :  anti-aging, reduces acne, moisturizing, rich in essential fatty acids and antioxidants, which are integral for tissue and cell regeneration 


Sea Buckthorn Oil (Hippophae rhamnoides): full of antioxidants, protects your skin against sun damage, boosts skin’s elasticity and hydration, anti-inflammatory, helps reduce acne

Squalane Oil: derived from olives, squalane penetrates deep into the pores to address skin care concerns at the molecular level because it is so similar to our skin, anti-inflammatory, moisturizing

Carrier Oils

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