Almond Carrier Oil
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Cold pressed from the kernels of sweet almonds.
Sweet Almond carrier oil has very little scent, characteristic of most carrier oils.
Typical of many carrier oils
Made from almonds (a tree nut). Although our expert states skin reactions to nut oils are rare, those with nut allergies should consult their medical practitioner before coming into contact with sweet almond oil. Massage therapists: note that this oil may stain linens.
Well suited as a carrier oil for aromatherapy blends. Also useful as a bath or massage oil; excellent addition to lotion bars, sugar or salt scrubs and balms.
On October 27, 2016
I bought this as a carrier oil, and it works well for that--it has very little scent on its own. After filling a roll-on I had some extra that I used to moisturize my arms and legs. Next I tried putting some on my face before a long bike ride in the wind. It worked surprisingly nicely for that, and I'll continue to use it for a moisturizing boost.
On January 6, 2017
Made my first batch of lip balm with plant therapy's sweet almond oil! It came out fabulous!! Can't wait to make more goodies! Came packaged well also.
On March 18, 2017
This is a great carrier oil for roller bottle blends. It absorbs into the skin without a heavy greasiness and does not clog pores. I will continue to buy from this company!
On August 21, 2017
I have very dry skin. This oil plus Eucalyptus oil make a fine combination for my face at night. I usually make too much so next I apply to my forearms and it is so refreshing to have such smooth arms.
On October 31, 2017
The spout of this bottle leaks. When you press down on the nozzle it ooze up around it and runs over the sides. And then if you refrigerate your oils, and you let it sit out for less than 5 minutes due to the pressure build-up it will start dripping out the spout as well. These are horrible spouts on the 16oz bottles. Contacted plant therapy about this with no reply.