Avocado Carrier Oil
Cold pressed from the pulp of the avocado fruit.
Avocado carrier oil has very little scent.
As it is a heavier oil than most, Avocado Oil can leave a sticky, waxy feel if applied topically to large areas of skin. When you are looking for an oil to create a long-lasting moisture barrier, Avocado is a good choice.
slightly thicker and heavier than most carrier oils
A small amount of Avocado Oil (5-10%) is typically added to other carrier oils as it will enrich vitamin content and nourish the skin. It is used mostly by product makers (particularly so in soaps, lotions and creams).
On November 20, 2016
I first began using Plant Therapy's organic essential oils and absolutely LOVE them. Truly, their prices and quality cannot be beat.......anywhere!! I've expanded now to using the hydrosols and carrier oils. This Avocado oil is outstanding!! I love making all my own natural and organic home and body care products using Plant Therapy. I know I'm giving and getting the very best!!
On January 5, 2017
No complaints. Seems to be high quality and works well in my body butter. Will continue to purchase.
On January 27, 2017
I have tried several avocado carrier oils and they all smelled strange, so I would usually end up using them in roller ball applicators. This is the first Avocado carrier oil that actually smells quite nice! So relieved! These winter months have been harsh to my skin. I was using coconut oil wash with frankincense, lavender, and tea tree eo. Now that I am in my first trimester of pregnancy, I stopped all essential oils and noticed straight coconut oil without the essential oils were making me break out. Avocado oil corrected this problem! Thank you, Plant Therapy. <3