Carrier oils, which are also called as base oils, are types of oils that are being used to dilute another type of oil that is called the essential oil.Read more...
Carrier oils, which are also called as base oils, are types of oils that are being used to dilute another type of oil that is called the essential oil. It is important to mix carrier oils with essential oils because the latter can be too concentrated when applied to skin undiluted. Therefore, before you can even use essential oils for aromatherapy and massage, you first have to dilute them by adding the carrier oils.
Carrier oils also require a specific method of growing since they have to be as pure as possible. This is most applicable when you are going to use carrier oils for therapeutic purposes. You have to make sure that the carrier oils that you use are organically grown-not artificially grown wherein chemicals have already been applied-and cold pressed. Always remember that carrier oils are being mixed with essential oils for aromatherapy (which of course involves the human skin) so they are going to be absorbed by the human body. Therefore, it is important that the oils you use are organic and pure so that there will not be any unwanted substances that will be absorbed by the skin along with these oils.Here Is A Preview Of What You'll Learn...
- An Introduction to Carrier Oils
- Carrier Alternatives
- How Carrier Oils are Extracted
- Carrier Oils: Refined or Unrefined? /li>
- Benefits of Carrier Oils
- Varieties of Carrier Oils
- Mixing Carrier Oils with Essential Oils for Aromatherapy
- Much, Much More
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