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If you know carrier oil, you know how it is widely used in aromatherapy, especially for topical use. Carrier oils are known for skin moisturizer, diluting essential oils, and massage. Carrier oil and essential oil are both made from plants, but they are different in many ways. Unlike essential oil, carrier oil can be used to directly put on the skin. Most essential oils have calming and soothing aroma while most carrier oils are unscented.
Castor oil is one of the commonly used carrier oils. It is extracted from the seeds of the Ricinus communis plant. It helps lock moisture in the skin, so it is good for massage, hand made soap, lip gloss and makeup remover.
We choose the best resource in the world and aim to provide our customers 100% natural products. Our castor carrier oil is collected by supercritical CO2 at low temperatures, has a light sweet scent, which is perfect to dilute our high-concentrated essential oil or use individually.
1.Diluting essential oils - we suggest that for adults, a safe dilution percentage would range from 0.5% to 5.0%. When diluting essential oils, please follow the dilution guidelines. After dilution, you can use the oil for massaging or any activity directly in contact with your skin (avoid lips, eyes, or other sensitive areas).
2.Natural hair conditioner - apply castor oil directly to your hair can help strengthen your hair and keep it moist.
3.Makeup remover - it can remove your makeup, add an appropriate portion on your hand, gently apply to your face, massage your face until all makeup is gone, clean your face with water.
4.Against wrinkles - apply castor oil to your skin by using a cotton ball before going to bed.
Caution: for external use only. Keep away from fire, sunlight, and heat sources. Avoid contact with eyes. Discontinue if irritation occurs. Keep out of reach of children. If pregnant or nursing, consult your doctor before use.