Carrier Oils

We offer a small selection of carrier oils for the convenience of our clients to blend with a selection of our essential oils.

  • Almond Sweet Oil, moisturizer for all skin types, relieve irritation, good massage medium to use to help spread the oil and essential oil mixture.

    Almond Sweet

    Almond Sweet Carrier Oil, a great vegetable oil and one of the most used carrier oils in aromatherapy massage and is understandable since it has a fine texture, helps to leave the skin soft and satiny smooth yet it is non-greasy and easily absorbed.
  • Aloe Oil, healing of wounds and treatment of sunburn, relieving arthritis pain, improving blood circulation, anti-inflammatory properties.

    Aloe Oil

    Aloe Oil has been used for centuries due to the beneficial effect it has on the skin and this carrier oil combines the benefits of Aloe vera with the ease of a carrier oil.
  • Apricot kernel oil, dehydrate delicate mature sensitive skin, sooth inflammation, finely textured oil spreads easily, rich in oleic acid and linoleic acid.

    Apricot Kernel

    If you are looking for a fine textured carrier oil, Apricot Kernel Oil is easily absorbed by the skin without leaving it feeling oily and that is high in poly-unsaturated fatty acids, that is specifically beneficial when doing facial massage, then look no further than apricot kernel oil.
  • Avocado crude oil, dry or mature skins, eczema, psoriasis, sun or climate damaged skin, said to help with regenerating the skin and softening the tissue.

    Avocado Crude

    Although Avocado Crude Oil it is classed as a vegetable oil, it is actually a fruit since it has a stone - but none-the-less it can yield a staggering 30% oil and in its crude form is a great oil to use as carrier oil when performing aromatherapy massage.
  • Calendula macerated oil, anti-inflammatory, vulnerary properties, help with stubborn wounds, ulcers, bed sores, varicose veins, bruises, rashes, eczema.
    Calendula oil is sometimes incorrectly confused with tagetes, which is also part of the marigold family. However, Calendula oil is what is classed as a macerated or infused oil, where the plant material is infused in oil, and the botanical material then removed, leaving the oil with some of the properties of the botanical material.
  • Evening primrose oil, effective in helping with eczema, psoriasis, pre-menstrual syndrome (PMS) rheumatoid arthritis as well as weight reduction.

    Evening Primrose

    The Evening Primrose plant was used by the North American Indian medicine men since time immemorial to make an infusion for healing wounds. Evening primrose oil is exceptionally high in fatty acids, and especially in gamma linolenic acid (GLA) which nutrition wise is important to the body, as it affects many of the enzyme functions in the body.
  • Grapeseed Oil, mildly astringent qualities which help to tighten and tone the skin, which makes it useful for acne and other skin complaints.

    Grapeseed oil

    Grapeseed carrier oil has a fine texture and is almost odorless, light in texture and is easily absorbed by the skin.
  • Hazelnut oil, tone tighten the skin while strengthening capillaries and assisting in cell regeneration, used to massage children with respiratory problems.


    Hazelnut oil contains useful amounts of essential fatty acids including linoleic acid.
  • Jojoba oil, not an oil but liquid wax, composed of wax esters, closely resembles own skin sebum, excellent moisturizer and ideal for all skin types.
    In reality jojoba oil is not an oil but a liquid wax, and is pronounced "ho-ho-ba" and became important in the 1970s when whaling was banned, since it has almost the same properties as the oil obtained from the sperm whale.
  • Macadamia oil can be of great benefit in aged skins, where sebum production has reduced.
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    Macadamia is one of the few plant oils that contains high amounts of palmitoleic acid, which is also normally found in the sebum of man, and this oil therefore has a great affinity to our own skin.
  • Olive oil, applied externally useful for dehydrated, sore and inflamed skin and is also used as a remedy for arthritis when rubbed onto the affected parts.

    Olive Oil

    Olive oil has a strong "food" smell, but also has good medicinal properties, soothing and healing the skin, especially when it is dry.
  • Sesame oil, used for eczema, psoriasis as well as older and mature skin and it contains excellent moisturizing properties.
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    Sesame oil is sometimes found to be strong smelling by some, yet is a good source of vitamins E and B complex and minerals such as calcium, magnesium and phosphorus. Sesame oil further contains protein as well as lecithin.
  • Wheatgerm oil, promote the formation of new cells, improve circulation, help repair sun damage to the skin. Lengthen their shelf life.

    Wheat Germ

    All wheat germ oil is made from the "germ" of the wheat - the heart of it. The grain consists of three parts - the husk, the germ and the endosperm - and it is the germ that is used in the manufacture of the oil.