My Top Three Carrier Oils For Essential Oils

Using one of the three top choices as Carrier oils for essential oils can help you create versatile essential oil blends for massage, natural perfumes, your beauty regime.

I also use 100 % pure essential oils that are concentrated and can be diluted with a carrier oil to help them go further and reduce the amount of essential oil that is needed.

Top Choice:

The Isagenix Coconut Application Oil

This carrier oil for essential oils is made using fractionated coconut oil.

This is the perfect base for your essential oils as it won't clog your pores.

This carrier oil is also unscented.

Available for purchase without an Isagenix membership, or purchase a membership to save 25 % off the retail price.

Second Choice:

My second go-to carrier oil for essential oils and my daily moisturizing needs is Vitamin E Oil.

I use this carrier oil in my dark circle eye roller ball with Lemon Oil, Lavender Oil and Frankincense oil.

I also use this oil as a hand moisturizer with a few drops of Frankincense oil in the Canadian winters to keep my hands from drying out.

I just grab this oil off amazon.

Third choice

My third choice as a carrier oil for essential oils is Jojoba Oil.

This is perfect when making your own natural makeup remover, sunscreen or I've made a hair mask to hydrate my hair with jojoba oil.

If you're interested in learning more about essential oil recipes, check out this blog post.

Jojoba oil is something I just grab off Amazon when I need to order supplies for my essential oil recipes.

The importance Of Carrier Oils For Essential Oils

There are a few reasons why you should be using carrier oils for essential oils.

If you are using a high quality 100 % pure essential oil, they will be very potent. ( Side note: I highly recommend you check out the Isagenix essential oil Pak

Essential oils absorb quickly in the skin.

To help spread an even distribution of the essential oil on your body a carrier oil will help cover more surface area.

Word Of Caution Choosing Carrier Oils For Essential Oils

  • Choose carrier oils that are pure - no additives.
  • Choose carrier oils that are cold pressed.
  • Carrier oils will have a shelf life after opening.
  • Store in a cool, dark place unless otherwise noted on the bottle.
  • But most of all, Have fun, get creative and enjoy this new found world of essential oils.

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