Carrier Oil Blend

£6.14 £24.72

To soften, nourish and feed

This lovely carrier oil blend mixes Sunflower, Apricot and Almond carrier oils to create the ultimate blend. This vitamin-rich carrier is perfect for all skin types, even those that are sensitive.



Carrier Oil Blend, a unique blend of 3 carrier oils to soften, nourish and feed

Almond Carrier Oil: Pale yellow in colour, viscous and oily. Made from cold pressing the kernels, it contains vitamins A, B1, B2, B6 and E. It is an excellent emollient and nourishing to dry skin, helps soothe inflammation and relieves dry itchy skin. It also helps with nappy rash and sunburn.

Apricot Carrier Oil: Very similar to sweet Almond oil Apricot kernel oil is produced by cold pressing the kernels. The oil is very nourishing, readily absorbed, beneficial for dry and itchy skin and is suitable for dry, sensitive and ageing skin.

Sunflower Carrier Oil: Sunflower oil is obtained by cold pressing the organically grown plants. It contains vitamins A, D and E and minerals calcium, zinc, potassium, iron and phosphorus.


Almond: An excellent emollient, alleviating and nourishing dry skin, helps soothe inflammation. It is beneficial in relieving the itching caused by eczema, psoriasis, dermatitis and cases of dry scaly skin. Soothes sunburn, irritation to babies bottoms.

Almond oil contains vitamins A, B1, B2 and B6

Almond Oil is used extensively in aromatherapy massage. However, because it is quite thick and emollient, it is usually blended with sunflower oil (up to 75%) to give a smoother massage effect. Almond has little colour or smell, making it ideal to mix with the aromatic essential oils, is beneficial for eczema, dry skin, dermatitis and mature skin.

Apricot: Has a similar used to Sweet Almond oil, it is said to be effective in reducing blood cholesterol levels and is also used in laxative preparations.

Excellent for skin protection, being both emollient and nourishing, beneficial for relieving itching caused by eczema and is suitable for sensitive, dry and ageing skin.

Sunflower: Contains vitamins A, D and E with minerals calcium, zinc, potassium, iron and phosphorus. It is a slight diuretic and also favours the development of healthy teeth in children. It aids cholesterol metabolism and is an expectorant it contains inulin, it is also useful in the treatment of asthma. Sunflower is beneficial for skin complaints, bruises and in preparations for skin disorders such as haemorrhoids, acne, seborrhea, rhinitis and sinusitis.

When used in massage the oil has a moisturising and softening effect on the skin.

Sunflower oil is most well known in cooking however, the seeds can be roasted and eaten or ground for a coffee substitute. The flower buds can be cooked and eaten also. The seeds are said to be helpful for debilitated and cold lungs and for people with a tendency to catch colds and the flu. Their richness in nutrients makes them good for a weak and stressed nervous system and the seed oil is recommended for lowering cholesterol and reducing atherosclerosis.

Methods of Use

n15 drops of Essential Oil to every 50mls off Carrier Oil or Base Product.

Blend for Aching Joints

Carrier Oil Blend 100ml

10 Drops of Marjoram Essential Oil
10 Drops of Lavender Essential Oil
10 Drops of Rosemary Essential Oil

Add your two carrier oils together and then mix in your Essential Oils one by one making sure everything is well blended together. Use regularly if needed, can apply more than once a day. For best results massage around the temples and neck areas.

Herbal Tradition & Folklaw

Almond: Very popular in Elizabethan England soon after they were introduced into the country and were mainly used in cookery. Sweet Almond oil has been used as a folk cancer remedy for bladder, breast, mouth and spleen.

Apricot: The crushed fruit has been used as a facial mask to soften the skin. Rosaceae seeds, apricot, peach and plum contain quantities of amygdalin and are therefore occasionally responsible for mild intoxication. In Chinese medicine, apricot kernels are used as an antitussive and antiasthmatic and in treating tumours.

Sunflower: Was used by the indigenous population of America to help with rheumatism, whereas in Russia the leaves and flowers were used for the treatment of chest problems, bronchitis, coughs and even malaria. The dried leaves have also been smoked like tobacco. The petals can be steeped in water to create hair dye and the stalks are used in papermaking. The oil burns well and may be used in oil lamps. It has also been used in the manufacture of resins and soap. Sunflower seeds, together with a decoction of morning glory are used as a sacrament by Iroquois Indians in Spring and Autumn rituals.

Safety Data & MSDS

Carrier Oil Blend MSDS

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