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  • Apricot kernel Oil

    Apricot kernel Oil


    Used topically, Apricot Kernel Carrier Oil works to moisturize dry, sensitive skin and to smooth out blemishes, wrinkles, fine lines, and other symptoms typical of maturing skin. Its high level of unsaturated fatty acids makes it non-greasy, and its combination of Oleic, Linoleic, and Linolenic acids helps relieve and prevent acne.

  • moringa seed oil

    Moringa seed oil


    Moringa seed oil is packed with essential nutrients, including vitamins A, E, and C, as well as fatty acids. Moringa oil helps in softening dry skin and maintaining moisture in the skin. It fights against issues like dermatitis, eczema, and psoriasis.

  • argan oil

    Argan oil


    Argan oil can both be applied to the skin, hair, or nails. It may support heart health and reduce signs of aging.

  • myrtle oil

    Myrtle oil


    Myrtle oil is a member of the Myrtaceae family. This oil has a clean, fresh scent that is slightly camphoraceous, much like Eucalyptus. Myrtle oil has an invigorating aroma with properties that can help beautify and enhance the appearance of healthy-looking skin.

  • olive oil

    Olive oil


    Olive oil may offer health benefits as it is high in healthy monosaturated fats and antioxidants. It also has anti-inflammatory properties. Also turns out may be just as beneficial for our skin as well.

  • fractionated coconut oil

    Fractionated Coconut Oil


    Fractionated coconut oil makes an excellent carrier oil for essential oils. So, it’s perfect for use in massage, skincare, and aromatherapy.

  • clary sage oil

    Clary sage oil


    Clary sage oil contains the same linalyl acetate that helps make lavender oil so effective in increasing hair growth. It can improve hair strength, in addition to increasing hair growth, making hair more difficult to break.

  • white tea oil

    White tea oil


    White tea oil is derived from the leaves of the Camellia sinensis plant, the same plant used to produce white tea. It is known for its delicate aroma and numerous health benefits. In this article, we will explore the various benefits and uses of white tea essential oil.

  • synthetic garlic oil

    Synthetic Garlic oil


    Synthetic Garlic oil is a rich source of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. Its most well-known component is allicin.  A major bioactive compound found in garlic oil is diallyl disulfide, which is believed to offer antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, cardiovascular, neuroprotective, antioxidant and anticancer properties.

  • black pepper oil benefits

    Black pepper oil


    Black Pepper’s warm and spicy aroma can help you stay alert and stimulate the senses. Black Pepper Oil can also help ease the discomfort of aching muscles as well as improve circulation. For those who are trying to quit smoking, this essential oil is useful for helping reduce cravings.

  • cinnamon oil benefits

    Cinnamon oil


    Cinnamon oil contains cinnamaldehyde and various phenols and terpenes with antifungal, antidiarrheal, vasoactive, and analgesic effects.   It also has a variety of health and beauty benefits. It can be used as an antibacterial and antifungal agent.

  • lavender oil uses

    Lavender oil


    Lavender oil is one of the most popular and versatile essential oils used in aromatherapy. Distilled from the plant Lavandula angustifolia, the oil promotes relaxation and has clinical research supporting its use as an aid for stress, anxiety,  depression, and potentially various other conditions.