Carrier Oils at Wholesale Pricing
There is a range of different carrier oils, each with various therapeutic properties. Choosing an oil will depend on the area being massaged, the presenting conditions, and the clients’ sensitivity and requirements.
For massage, viscosity is a major consideration; for example, grape seed oil is typically very thin, while olive oil is much thicker. Sunflower, sweet almond, and grape seed oils have viscosities midway between these extremes. Carrier oils can be easily blended to combine their properties of viscosity, acceptability, lubrication, absorption, aroma, and so forth.
A Guide to Carrier Oils for Essential Oils
From grape seed to jojoba, you can pretty much find different oils for every skin treatment. Carrier oils play an important role in applying the essential oil topically to the skin. They each have unique properties and benefits.
Let’s take a closer look at them and why anyone who uses and loves essential oils should have them.
Other properties of carrier oil at wholesale pricing
Carrier oils have a limited shelf life, meaning they will eventually go bad. They should typically be used within six months, but some oils can stay usable for up to one year. To maximize shelf life, store oils in their original air-tight containers in a cool, dark place.
These oils can vary greatly in their consistency, absorbency, scent, and shelf life. They can be blended to change or combine their properties, so you can mix and match until you find the blend that’s just right for you!
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