Almond Carrier Oil

Importance of using Aromatherapy Carrier Oils

As you think of the perfect gift for someone, regardless of the occasion, one of the best ideas would be to give them aromatherapy gift sets, which will usually come in a small basket or a container with elegant packaging. Aromatherapy gifts are great because they can be used for alternative healing and for relaxation, such as with regards to calming the senses and putting you to sleep. They are amongst the most unique gift ideas for people who put heavy emphasis on their wellbeing. One of the most important parts of these aromatherapy gift sets is the inclusion of carrier oils, which perfectly complement the collection of essential oils. Keep on reading the rest of this article, and you will know more about what carrier oil is and what it can do? You will also learn about how to find the perfect oil to be given as a gift for someone special to you.

What are Carrier Oils?

Simply put, carrier oil belongs to the family of vegetable oils sourced from the fatty part of the plant, which can be the nuts, seeds, or kernels. They are known for having their very own therapeutic properties, and hence, being applicable in the field of alternative healing, especially when combined with other types of oils. They are also known as fixed oils because they do not evaporate. These base oils come in various forms, with the choice of which being dependent on individual preferences. The next part of the article will let you know why carrier oils are important?

Why Do You Need Carrier Oil?

The essential oils that are commonly used for aromatherapy can prove to be very strong and potent, which calls for the need to have them diluted before use. This is the part where the carrier oil assumes an important role. It is added to other essential oils prior to their topical application and is able to help carry the essential oil on the surface of the skin. More than such, they are also rich in essential fatty acids, vitamins, and minerals, which can help treat various skin and health conditions. The benefits of carrier oils also extend to the manufacture of many types of soaps and cosmetics.

How to Look for Carrier Oils?

Carrier oils can make a good part of aromatherapy gifts, but only if you spend time in looking for the best. You need to take a look at their price, aroma, viscosity, shelf life, absorption, and the nutrients present, among others. More so, the most important thing is to make sure you are buying only from a reputable supplier. At Gifts Ready To Go, we only carry the very highest aromatherapy grade carrier oils such as grapeseed and sweet almond.

Why use Grapseed Carrier Oil?

Grapeseed oil (Vitis Vinifera) is often used by many licensed massage therapists because the oil has a light, satin-type finish, in addition to some astringent qualities and properties that makes it ideal for oily or acne prone skin types. The grapeseed oil used in our aromatherapy gift sets is extracted using cold press method and is obtained from grape seeds originating from the central valley of Chile. It is a dark yellow green liquid with a sweet balsamic aromatic scent.

Why use Sweet Almond Carrier Oil?

Almond sweet carrier oil has the botanical name of Prunus Dulcis. It is known for its ability to soften, nourish and recondition the skin. The oil is rich in proteins and vitamin D that helps revitalize skin. The oil used in our aromatherapy gift sets is pale yellow to golden yellow in color and has very light scenting and is extracted using cold press.

These carrier oils are included in our beautiful aromatherapy gifts sets that are presented in black polished cherry wood and contain therapeutic massage grade essential oils with an accompanying aromatherapy book to give you the complete aromatherapy experience you or loved one deserves!

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This article is solely for informational purposes only. It is not intended to treat, diagnose, cure, or prevent disease. This article has not been reviewed by the FDA. Always consult with your primary care physician and qualified aromatherapist before making any changes to your health and wellness routine.

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