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Jun
22

What is a Carrier Oil?


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What is a Carrier Oil?What is a Carrier Oil?

What is a Carrier Oil? These are all the natural cosmetic oils that you can use in your homemade recipes. They are perfect for creating homemade soap, crafting a skin-loving lotion recipe, and making many of the other kinds of cosmetic recipes. So, knowing about these oils is important for creating the types of bath and body products that you need!

What is a Carrier Oil?: Making Soap Supplies

If you are looking for a good recipe for making soap, then it is going to have some carrier oils in it. Anyone making soap from scratch knows that the carrier oils you choose can influence the quality of your bars. So, these ingredients are essential for cold process soap recipes. You can see specifics on how each oil affects the soap on our Soaping Oil Properties. Even melt and pour soap recipes can benefit by adding some carrier oils to the soap base, which is often done to make the bar more conditioning to the skin.

What is a Carrier Oil?: Lotion Making

Also, our bulk carrier oils can be used to create an amazing homemade lotion recipe. These are the oils that we include to nourish and moisturize your skin. In fact, the oils are what do the majority of the skin care in lotions. While you can use butters along with your oils, they can lead to a thicker cream or even a body butter. So, lighter lotions need key carrier oils to perform effectively!

What is a Carrier Oil?: Using Essential Oils

Although essential oils are natural, they aren’t safe to put directly on your skin. Plus, adding a carrier oil will help hold on to the aroma longer than on its own. So, it is actually beneficial for your scent to mix an essential oil with a carrier oil before applying. One of the best carrier oils for essential oils would have to be Sweet Almond Oil or Argan Oil.

What is a Carrier Oil?: Kinds of Carrier OilsWhat is a Carrier Oil?: Kinds of Carrier Oils

There are many different kinds of carrier oils that you can mix together for your recipes. Depending on your skin type or level of dryness, you may want to have lighter or heavier oils. Also, some oils are better for face lotions or for foot care. So, the blend of carrier oils that you want varies based on your product and its purpose.

What is a Carrier Oil?: Apricot Kernel OilWhat is a Carrier Oil?: Apricot Kernel Oil

First, we have Apricot Kernel Oil, an oil that is light and excellent for skin care. While this oil is light enough to not block pores, it is conditioning enough to be a luxurious oil for cp soap. It’s great for making lotions that don’t leave a greasy feeling and skin into the skin. Also, its perfect in soap because the oil will sink into the skin quickly to fully moisturize the skin. We’ve used this wonderful oil in many bath and body recipes, including the Chamomile Light Lotion Recipe and the Strawberries and Champagne CP Soap Recipe.

What is a Carrier Oil?: Argan OilWhat is a Carrier Oil?: Argan Oil

Next, we have an oil that is amazing for skin care. Argan Oil is easily absorbed into the skin and won’t leave a greasy feeling on your skin. Plus, this cosmetic oil allows your skin to breathe and doesn’t block pores. In fact, this ingredient is used in many acne-fighting recipes. We included this oil in a few cosmetic recipes, like the Argan Soap Recipe and the Sour Watermelon Sugar Scrub Cubes Recipe. In our cp soap recipe, this oil increased the lather and nourished the skin beautifully.

What is a Carrier Oil?: Avocado OilWhat is a Carrier Oil?: Avocado Oil

Also, adding Avocado Oil to your homemade recipes is a perfect way to increase the moisturizing ability of your product. This cosmetic ingredient is a heavy oil that is perfect for providing dry, damaged skin with the nourishment it deserves. Plus, the high level of unsaponifiable fatty acids and high vitamin content make this skin-sensitive oil great for adding some extra conditioning power to your soap bars, which you can see in the Gentle Avocado Cold Process Soap Recipe.

What is a Carrier Oil?: Castor OilWhat is a Carrier Oil?: Castor Oil

Another great oil for your homemade cosmetic recipes is Castor Oil. Not only is this oil thick and perfect for nourishing dry, damaged skin, but this oil is a humectant. This means that oil will pull moisture to it, which will further moisturize your skin as it absorbs. Perfect for creating lotions for feet, like the Natural Salve Recipe , which are often one of the most damaged areas of skin. While this oil would provide some conditioning properties and a rich, creamy lather, it can make your soap sticky. So, avoid adding too much of this oil in your cp soap formulations. By limiting the amount of Castor Oil, we were able use the beneficial properties without as many drawbacks, like with our St Pattys Day Cold Process Soap Recipe as well as many other soaps.

What is a Carrier Oil?: Coconut OilWhat is a Carrier Oil?: Coconut Oil

Coconut Oil is a great oil for skin that sinks in well and is perfect for scrub recipes like the Foaming Hibiscus Scrub Recipe. Also, this sensitive oil is perfect to add to lip balm supplies for making recipes like the Kahlua and Cream Lip Balm Recipe. For soapmaking, this oil provides a hard bar with a bubbly lather that is cleansing. Many find that adding more than 20% of this oil is drying for the skin, so some people may include more conditioning oils to the recipe or even super fat the formula to include more oils.

What is a Carrier Oil?: Grapeseed OilWhat is a Carrier Oil?: Grapeseed Oil

Another fantastic oil for bath and body recipes is Grapeseed Oil. This oil is perfect for cosmetic supplies because it is a lightweight moisturizer that is effective without being too greasy for the skin. So, this oil is perfect for creating lotions sensitive enough for the face, like our Natural Facial Night Cream Recipe. Also, this oil is perfect for soap-making, like our Raspberry CP Soap Recipe. This oil is moisturizing, and even anti-acne, for soap but it doesn’t leave a greasy, heavy oil feeling on the skin.

What is a Carrier Oil?: Jojoba OilWhat is a Carrier Oil?: Jojoba Oil

While Jojoba Oil is technically a liquid wax, it is still fantastic for skin care products. This cosmetic ingredient is perfect for everything from lotions like our Shea Lotion with Herbal Infusion Recipe to lip care products like our Green Apple Lip Balm Recipe. In your soap recipes, this cosmetic ingredient is just as conditioning as luxury oils. But, this oil has a longer shelf life.

What is a Carrier Oil?: Lanolin OilWhat is a Carrier Oil?: Lanolin Oil

Lanolin Oil is a great cosmetic oil that is wonderful for moisturizing and protecting damaged hair and dry skin. This oil contains very few saponifiables, so it maintains its conditioning properties and provides the bar with a silky feeling. So, we used this wonderful oil in our Strawberries and Champagne CP Soap Recipe. Also, you can use lanoin in a solid form, which still absorbs well and is great for protecting damaged skin. This thicker oil has all of the same beneficial properties and can even be used in soaps, like our Beard Soap Recipe.

Raspberry CP Soap Recipe What is a Carrier Oil?: Macadamia Nut Oil

Next, we have Macadamia Nut Oil, which is an oil that is light and perfectly absorbs into the skin. This non-greasy oil is perfect for creating lotions, like our Almond Body Cream Recipe. Also, this oil is perfect for adding conditioning properties to your soap and is even great for mature skin types. So, we included this oil in our Lavender Cold Process Soap Recipe.

What is a Carrier Oil?: Meadowfoam Seed OilWhat is a Carrier Oil?: Meadowfoam Seed Oil

Another great oil that skins into the skin beautifully is Meadowfoam Seed Oil. Not only does this oil work to repair damaged skin, but it has a long shelf life due to its high level of antioxidants. So, it worked wonderfully in our Honey Vanilla Lip Balm Recipe. Also, this cosmetic oil can be used to superfat soap, reduce rancidity, and increase the fragrance’s lifespan. So, this oil was a great addition to our Raspberry CP Soap Recipe.

What is a Carrier Oil?: Olive Oil

Olive Oil is often a top choice for soapers, because it is very conditioning, helps harden the bar, and creates a mild bar of soap. While some soapmakers may use only olive oil in Castille soap or mostly olive oil in Marseille soap, it makes the bar a bit slimy and barely has a lather. So, many soapers will combine this oil with others to create a great soap recipe, like in our Creamy Cocoa Craziness Cold Process Soap Recipe.

What is a Carrier Oil?: Palm OilWhat is a Carrier Oil?: Palm Oil

Next, we have another great oil for creating soaps, which is Palm Oil. This soap making ingredient creates a hard, white bar that has a rich, creamy lather. We have used this wonderfully cleansing oil in many recipes, like our Calendula Swirl Soap Recipe and our Beer Cold Process Soap Recipe. 

You may find that your cosmetic oil has solidified, this is because the melt point is slightly above room temperature. Luckily, this is easy to fix. All you have to do is set your bottle in a bowl of warm water until the oil melts again.

What is a Carrier Oil?: Pumpkin Seed OilWhat is a Carrier Oil?: Pumpkin Seed Oil

Pumpkin Seed Oil is rich in vitamins and minerals, which provide great properties for the skin. This oil sinks into the skin without leaving oily residue to repair damaged skin. So, it was a perfect addition to our Pumpkin Sugar Scrub Recipe.

What is a Carrier Oil?: Rice Bran OilWhat is a Carrier Oil?: Rice Bran Oil

Rice Bran Oil has benefits similar to Olive Oil, so it is conditioning and great for soaps! So, we included this lovely soaping oil in our Wine Cold Process Soap Recipe as well as other great cp soap recipes. Plus, this rich, conditioning bar is perfect for both mature and sensitive skin types.

What is a Carrier Oil?: Safflower OilWhat is a Carrier Oil?: Safflower Oil

Also, we have a nourishing and skin-loving oil that is perfect for homemade products. Safflower Oil is moisturizing and nourishing for the skin, so we included it in many soap recipes and our own Hair Conditioner For Redheads Recipe.

What is a Carrier Oil?: Sesame Seed OilWhat is a Carrier Oil?: Sesame Seed Oil

Another great cosmetic oil is Sesame Seed Oil, which is a light cosmetic ingredient full of nutrients for the skin. We include this lovely oil in recipes like our Giraffe Bubble Bars Recipe or our Beard Balm Recipe. Also, this oil can be used in cp soap to help slow trace, nourish the skin, and provide a silky lather.

What is a Carrier Oil?: Sunflower OilWhat is a Carrier Oil?: Sunflower Oil

Also, Sunflower Oil works well with palm oil and olive oils to provide a rich creamy lather. Plus, this oil is very moisturizing and will provide a silky feel to the soaps. So, this is perfect for adding to our soap recipes and bath products, like our Natural Beet Root Lip Gloss Recipe.

What is a Carrier Oil?: Sweet Almond OilWhat is a Carrier Oil?: Sweet Almond Oil

Lastly, we have a light oil that will perfectly absorb into the skin Sweet Almond Oil. So, it was a great choice for bath and body recipes like Tranquility Bath Melts Recipe or Fruity Rings Emulsified Sugar Scrub Recipe. Plus, this oil is perfect for adding some conditioning properties to your soaps.

 

What is a Carrier Oil? : Reach Out to UsWhat is a Carrier Oil? : Reach Out to Us

We hope that you were able to find some carrier oils that you enjoy for your bath and body products. Not only are there many to choose from, but there are many combinations that you can try for your recipes. Just start with your favorites and build from there! If you have anymore questions about these oils and how they will work in your recipes, then reach out to us. An easy way to get in contact with us is to reach out on social media. We are on Facebook, Instagram (@ngscents), and Twitter (@ngscents).

Apr
06

Lavender Face Mask Recipe


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Lavender Face Mask RecipeLavender Face Mask Recipe

Today, we will be showing you how to create a lavender face mask recipe.  This mask is perfect for sensitive skin.  We use both kaolin clay and soothing lavender.  Lavender is a wonderful addition to your skin care routine when you need to revitalize and tone your skin.  To read even more about the remarkable lavender benefits in your bath and body products, click here to see our free lavender class.  Kaolin clay was added, in part, to help cleanse your skin.  However, we will look a little bit closer at each of these ingredients below.

Lavender Face Mask Recipe:  Cosmetic Making Supplies Found at Natures Garden

Lavender Flowers Powder
Kaolin Clay Powder
Vitamin E Oil
Vegetable Glycerin
Disposable Pipettes
2 oz White Double Wall Jar
White Dome Lids 58/400
1 oz Clear PET Bottle
White Smooth Disc Lid 20/410

Lavender Face Mask Recipe:  Other Equipment You Will Need

Mixing Bowls (one medium and one small bowl)
Scale
Mixing Spoons
Distilled Water

Lavender Face Mask Recipe:  Total Recipe Amounts

96 grams Lavender Flowers Powder
224 grams Kaolin Clay Powder
24 drops Vitamin E Oil
12 grams Vegetable Glycerin

Lavender Face Mask Recipe:  Weigh Out the Lavender Powder

First, let’s talk a little bit about lavender powder.  Lavender flowers powder has antiseptic, anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, healing, and toning properties.  So, it is a perfect addition to a face mask recipe.

Weigh Out the Lavender PowderNow, you will need to weigh out the lavender flowers powder.  So, get your scale out.  You will also need your medium size bowl.  Then, use your scale to weigh out 96 grams of your lavender flowers powder.

Lavender Face Mask Recipe:  Weigh Out the Kaolin Clay Powder

Next, let’s talk about kaolin clay powder. Kaolin clay is also known as China Clay.  It is a white clay that is wonderful for those with sensitive skin.  This type of clay is often used to make mineral makeup.  It is used in cosmetic products like foundation, blush, and even eye shadow.  When used in a bath bomb, it helps to harden them.  In this case, there are two reasons we added it to this recipe.  First, it will help harden the face mask when applied to your face.   In addition, like most cosmetic clays, kaolin clay will help clean your skin and help with removing toxins.

Weigh Out the Kaolin Clay Powder
So, go ahead and weigh out the kaolin.  You will add the clay to the same bowl you have added your lavender to.  To your medium bowl, add 224 grams of your kaolin white clay.  Then, mix the two ingredients together.

Lavender Face Mask Recipe:  Add the Vitamin E Oil

The next ingredient we will be adding is vitamin E.  Vitamin E oil from Natures Garden comes in the purest form, this is called Tocopherol T-50.  It is not tocopherol acetate.  Vitamin E oil is an antioxidant and is fabulous for your skin.

Add the Vitamin E OilNext, to your bowl containing the powdered ingredients, you will be adding your pure Vitamin E oil.  So, use a disposable pipette to add 24 drops of the Vitamin E oil right to the powder.  Then, once again, mix the ingredients together.

Lavender Face Mask Recipe:  Packaging Your Facial Mask

For this recipe, we decided to package the powder portion of the mask and vegetable glycerin separately.  We chose to create the facial mask recipe this way for a couple of reasons.  First, creating the facial mask mixture separately without the water you will not need to add a preservative. In addition, you will be able to prepare a quick product for your customers.  This project can be created in just a few minutes.  Each two ounce jar will create approximately 4 facial masks.

Packaging Your Facial Mask:  The Powdered Portion

The Powdered Portion

Now, your powdered portion is complete.  You can begin packaging your powdered portion of the facial mask.  So, use a spoon to fill each of your 2 oz white double wall jars.  You will be able to create approximately 8 jars of facial mask.

Packaging Your Facial Mask:  The Liquid Portion

First, let’s talk about the vegetable glycerin.  Vegetable glycerin is a humectant.  This means it will draw moisture to your skin.  So, we add vegetable glycerin to the facial mask to help leave our skin moisturized.  It is important because, when using a facial mask, you are using ingredients that draw impurities from your skin.  So, adding vegetable glycerin will help to leave your skin feeling moisturized.

The Liquid Portion

Next, we will prepare the vegetable liquid portion of the facial mask.  While yes, water needs to be mixed to a mask, we will not be adding it at this point.  That will come later when it is time to use your mask.  So, we will prepare eight bottles of vegetable glycerin.  To each of your half ounce bottles add 12 grams of vegetable glycerin.  Then, place a white ribbed lid on each bottle.

Lavender Face Mask Recipe:  Using Your Facial Mask

We talked earlier about packaging our mask.  So, in order to use the lavender mask, you will need to mix it.  As we talked about before, by mixing it on an as needed basis, it will prolong the shelf life and make it a very fast project to create.  With that being said, we will now talk about how you can use the mask.  It really is a simple process.  In addition, if you are selling this mask as a product, you can sell the jar and bottle as a set and label it with instructions.

Lavender Face Mask Recipe:  Mixing Your Facial Mask

You will need one of your jars of powder.  Also, you will need one of the bottles of vegetable glycerin.  Finally, you will need your small mixing bowl at this time.

Mixing Your Facial Mask

We will start with the lavender powdered mixture.  First, to your small bowl, add about 1 tablespoon of the powder.

 

 

 

Adding Vegetable Glycerin

Next, you will need your bottle of vegetable glycerin.  Then, add about 1/2 teaspoon of your vegetable glycerin to the powder.

 

 

 

Finally, you will add your distilled water.  Ultimately we added about 2 tablespoons.  Lastly, mix to incorporate all of the ingredients together.

Lavender Face Mask Recipe:  Applying Your Facial Mask

Once you have mixed your ingredients together, simply apply a thin layer of the lavender face mask to your face.  Then, relax and allow the lavender mask to harden.  Finally, once the mask has completely hardened, use warm water to remove the clay mask.

Other Ways to Use Lavender:

Natures Garden also carries a variety of other types of lavender as well.  So, let’s take a look at other ways to use lavender in your products.

Lavender Essential Oils and Lavender Flowers

First, let’s look at lavender essential oils.  We carry a couple of types.  First, of course, is our pure lavender essential oil.  Our lavender 40/42 essential oil can be used in a variety of soap and cosmetic recipes.  In addition to soap, you can use it in anything from powder, to lotion to lip balm to hair conditioners.  The sky is the limit.

Lavandin essential oil is next on our list.  For those wondering, “What is lavandin?”, it is a lavender hybrid.  Lavandin does have an aroma that is similar to a lavender essential oil but is not the exact same scent.  It is still a natural and pure essential oil as well.  It can also be used in a variety of soap and cosmetic products.   On a personal note, I especially love this essential oil mixed with peppermint essential oil.  When mixed 2 parts lavandin to 1 part peppermint essential oil, it smells amazingly fresh and clean!

Finally, our whole lavender flowers not only comes in a powdered version, we also carry dried whole lavender flowers.  These can be used infused in lotions, added to bath bombs, or used to create a lavender bath tea just to name a few.

Lavender Fragrance Oil

First, let’s talk about Natures Garden’s Lavender Flowers Fragrance Oil.  This lavender scent is that of true lavender flowers.

Next, on this list of Natures Garden fragrance oils is Lavender Luxury Fragrance Oil.  This lavender aroma starts with notes of lavender, bergamot, eucalyptus, along with citrus zest.  Then, it is followed by notes of lily and sage.  Finally, it sits on base notes of pine, cool camphor, and clove.

Of course, we couldn’t forget to mention Lavender Martini Fragrance Oil.  This one is unique and extremely popular here at Natures Garden, especially it soap.  I would consider this one a must smell fragrance.  To explain this one, think gin meets lavender with an effervescent pop.

Lavender Mint WOW Fragrance Oil is the perfect combination of both mint and lavender.  This lavender scent brings the two together perfectly.  This fragrance oil really is the balance without one overpowering the other.

Fun Lavender Facts:

Now, let’s talk about lavender itself.  Lavender grows wild in Southern Europe, Australia and the United States.  There are many lavender fields that you can actually visit.  Can you imagine visiting one of these farms and begin engulfed in the aroma of lavender?  To find just a few of these fields, read more on the country living website here.

While Natures Garden sells lavender only for use in soap and cosmetic recipes, it is often used in products like smoothies.  Check out these lavender facts and smoothies from Green Blender.

Another reason to love lavender is for its ability to repel insects like flies, fleas, and mosquitoes.  In addition to the fabulous floral aroma of lavender, they are so easy to grow.  It will make a great addition to your flower garden.  They also attract those adorable little butterflies.  Read more from Natural Living Ideas.

Nov
14

Grapeseed Oil Benefits


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Grapeseed Oil BenefitsGrapeseed Oil Benefits

There are many kinds of grapeseed oil benefits that can be had for both your handmade products and your body. We at Natures Garden would like to share with you all of the wonderful benefits that this cosmetic oil can have for you. This oil is perfect for creating perfectly crafted bath and body recipes that will care for and nourish the body. Not only is this lovely oil perfect for nourishing the skin, but there are plenty of beneficial properties that can be had for your homemade products. So, we will discuss the properties and benefits that come with this cosmetic ingredient within the blog below.

Grapeseed Oil Benefits How Grapeseed Oil is MadeGrapeseed Oil Benefits How Grapeseed Oil is Made

This delightful cosmetic oil is a perfectly moisturizing oil that is perfect for your skin. Not only is this conditioning oil is perfect for the skin, but this lovely oil is created in an interesting way. In fact, this cosmetic oil is sometimes created after wine making. The grapes are used to create wine and the left over product from this process can be used to create grapeseed oil. This cosmetic oil is just as beneficial to your body as the good properties of wine, along with the skin conditioning ability and other wonderful properties for the skin.

Grapeseed Oil Benefits for Your Homemade Products

Grapeseed oil is a great ingredient that you can use to create your homemade bath and body products. Not only is this cosmetic oil perfect for adding some conditioning power to your creations, but this ingredient will add some wonderful properties to your homemade recipes! You are going to love the different kinds of properties that you can have by adding this cosmetic oil. We will go over a few of the benefits that you can have in various types of homemade cosmetic products using grapeseed oil.

Grapeseed Oil Benefits for Making Lotion and CreamsGrapeseed Oil Benefits for Making Lotion and Creams

This cosmetic oil is amazing for creating your own homemade lotion! Adding this delightful ingredient to your lotion and cream recipes it a perfect way to bring moisture to your skin. In addition, grapeseed oil is a wonderful oil for both moisturizing and nourishing your skin. Plus, this oil will sink into the skin and help condition deep down. Further, this oil won’t leave behind a greasy feeling, as it will absorb easily into the deeper layers of your skin. If this ingredient seems like your kind of oil, then you may want to try out our Raspberry Vanilla Body Butter Recipe.

Grapeseed Oil Benefits for Making Cold Process SoapGrapeseed Oil Benefits for Making Cold Process Soap

Also, you can use this lovely cosmetic ingredient to create some luxurious homemade soap recipes. If you are looking for a soap recipe that is both cleansing and moisturizing, then you are going to love this cosmetic oil in your homemade soap! This cosmetic oil has high conditioning properties. Plus, this oil has some added benefits of a creamy lather and adding to the hardness of your soap bar. Additionally, this oil can be used to create a soap that is anti-acne. Further, the properties of this oil would work amazingly with other cosmetic ingredients to create some fantastic soap! One great soap recipe that includes this oil is Nature’s Garden’s Blackberry Sage Soap Recipe.

Grapeseed Oil Benefits for Homemade Bath ProductsGrapeseed Oil Benefits for Homemade Bath Products

Next, this cosmetic oil is perfect for creating your very own homemade bath and body recipes. You can use this amazing ingredient while you create all kinds of different bath and body creations. Whether you’d like to make some bath bombs, bath melts, or any other amazing bath products, you will love the properties of this oil in your creations. One of these various creations that you can create with this ingredient is the Foaming Rose Petal Bath Bombs Recipe.

Grapeseed oil Benefits for Making ConditonerGrapeseed Oil Benefits for Making Conditioner

Another great way that you can use this cosmetic oil is adding it to your homemade conditioner recipes. Since this lovely cosmetic oil is great at absorbing, your hair can truly benefit from the benefits that this cosmetic ingredient has to offer. Plus, this conditioning oil is lighter than Olive Oil, which means it  can moisturize without weighing down the hair. So, this cosmetic oil is perfect for those with thin hair, as the oil will nourish the hair without holding down your hair. Further, this cosmetic oil has a light scent that won’t overpower any fragrance oils that you may want to add. So, this oil can be used to moisturize and rejuvenate your hair. Not only will you love your homemade conditioner recipes, but the way that your hair looks and feels after using it!

Grapeseed Oil Benefits for Homemade Lip Care ProductsGrapeseed Oil Benefits for Homemade Lip Care Products

Plus, you can use Grapeseed Oil to create some wonderful lip care products. This cosmetic oil ensures that your lip products will moisturize and care for your lips. This cosmetic ingredient will sink down deep into the skin to moisturize and soften your luscious lips. Plus, this delightful oil is sure to leave your lips protected and softened as the delightful oil will absorb easily and last long. You will love the way your lips feel after you try out Grapeseed Oil in your homemade lip products. One amazing way that you can try out this cosmetic oil is in the Natural Sugar Lip Scrub Recipe.

Grapeseed Oil Benefits for Your Whole BodyGrapeseed Oil Benefits for Your Whole Body

Of course, you want your products to love and nourish your body. So, its perfect that this homemade cosmetic ingredient is wonderful for skin and hair. This lovely ingredient will perfectly condition, nourish, and truly love your body from your toes to the ends of your hair. As you use your homemade products with this cosmetic oil your body will absorb and benefit from the nutrients in this oil. Below we will share with you a variety of benefits that your body will achieve from using this cosmetic ingredient.

Grapeseed Oil Benefits for Reducing Wrinkles and ScarsGrapeseed Oil Benefits for Reducing Wrinkles and Scars

Also, you can use this lovely cosmetic oil to help reduce any of your wrinkles or scars. Since this cosmetic oil contains a variety of nutrients that healthy skin needs, like Vitamin D, this is the perfect oil to add some nourishment to your skin. This cosmetic oil will sink down deep to rejuvenate your skin cells, which will allow your skin cells to rejuvenate and heal. So, this cosmetic oil will help your skin to be clear and blemish free.

GGrapeseed Oil Benefits for Reducing Dark Circlesrapeseed Oil Benefits for Reducing Dark Circles

Plus, this cosmetic oil can be used to reduce any under eye circles. Whether you are actually tired or just have stubborn, dark circles, nobody wants to be seen with bags under their eyes. So, this cosmetic ingredient can be added to a homemade facial product or added directly to the area underneath your eyes. Either way, you can enjoy the benefits of adding this nutrient rich, conditioning oil.

Grapeseed Oil Benefits for Conditioning Sensitive SkinGrapeseed Oil Benefits for Conditioning Sensitive Skin

Another great property of this conditioning cosmetic ingredient is that this oil is gentle. This means that this cosmetic oil can be used in recipes that are intended for those with sensitive skin. Using this cosmetic oil will provide all the moisturizing benefits for your body without worrying. This oil won’t leave you with annoying breakouts or irritated skin. So, you can make bath and body products that are wonderful for your skin and can be used by even the most sensitive of skin types.

Grapeseed Oil Benefits for Tightening the SkinGrapeseed Oil Benefits for Tightening the Skin

Plus, you can use some Grapeseed Oil in your cosmetic products to reduce certain signs of aging. If you are looking for a way to reduce some signs of aging, then this is the perfect way for you achieve the skin you want without using chemicals. Meaning that you can use this cosmetic oil to naturally and gently tighten your skin to create a more youthful appearance. So, you can use this cosmetic oil to help nourish your cells while tightening your skin.

Grapeseed Oil Benefits for Reducing Stretch MarksGrapeseed Oil Benefits for Reducing Stretch Marks

Also, there is another great way that this cosmetic oil is able to help you improve your complexion. You can use grapeseed oil to reduce the visibility of these stretch marks, as this cosmetic oil is perfect for rejuvenating your skin cells. This cosmetic oil can reduce the appearance of stretch marks by providing the skin with exactly what it needs. This oil will provide your body with the nutrients it needs to rejuvenate the skin and help reduce any stretch marks on the skin.

Grapeseed Oil Benefits for Balancing Oily SkinGrapeseed Oil Benefits for Balancing Oily Skin

Furthermore, you can use this moisturizing cosmetic oil to help create a balance with the natural oils in your skin. It is thought that the skin has the potential to over produce the natural oils in certain situations, This overproduction can happen when the skin feels that it is too dry. So, using an absorbent oil that won’t clog your pores, like grapeseed oil, will help you maintain a healthy balance of oils. This will leave your skin with the perfect balance that isn’t too oily or too dry.

Grapeseed Oil Benefits for Balancing an Oily ScalpGrapeseed Oil Benefits for Balancing an Oily Scalp

Not only is this cosmetic oil perfect for balancing out the oils in your skin, this ingredient will help you get an oily scalp under control. Grapeseed cosmetic oil is perfect for nourishing the scalp and balancing the natural oils. This means that grapeseed oil is perfect for helping to nourish and deeply moisturize your scalp. So, your conditioned scalp will feel wonderful and conditioned. This means that your scalp will be perfectly balanced where it isn’t too oily and doesn’t become dry and itchy.

Grapeseed Oil Benefits for Sunburn ReliefGrapeseed Oil Benefits for Sunburn Relief

Also, you can use this lovely oil to relieve the burning pain after a sunburn. That’s right! This cosmetic oil isn’t just great for moisturizing skin, it has some beneficial properties for calming sunburn. There are nutrients in this oil, like Vitamin E, are perfect for finding some relief after a sunburn.

Grapeseed Oil Benefits for Preventing DandruffGrapeseed Oil Benefits for Preventing Dandruff

Plus, you can use this cosmetic oil to reduce any of your dandruff or dry skin. Since this cosmetic ingredient contains conditioning and nourishing properties, your scalp will be perfectly cared for and hydrated. This oil has been known to increase blood flow to the scalp and moisturize the scalp to rejuvenate the skin cells. This oil is perfect for nurturing the scalp and providing it with the oils that it needs to be healthy. So, your scalp is sure to be free of dry, flaky skin.

Grapeseed Oil Benefits for Hair GrowthGrapeseed Oil Benefits for Hair Growth

Faster hair growth is another great benefit that grapeseed oil can have for your body. Using this cosmetic oil will help strengthen your hair and give it some extra nourishment. Due to the amazing nutrients in this cosmetic oil, your hair will reap the benefits of this cosmetic oil. Grapeseed Oil is perfect for growing long, healthy locks of hair that are simply gorgeous. Your hair can use these beneficial nutrients, like Vitamin E, to grow faster and look healthier!

Grapeseed Oil Benefits More Recipes from Natures Garden

If you enjoyed the benefits that this cosmetic oil has to offer, then you should check out some of the other recipes that include Grapeseed oil. You can find these additional Grapeseed Oil recipes under the recipe tab on the Grapeseed Oil page. Of course, you can find this page on the Natures Garden website. These various bath and body recipes are perfect formulations that harness the properties of this cosmetic oil to create lovely products for the body.

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Furthermore, you can share your handcraftedcreations with us at the Natures Garden Facebook page or on Instagram @ngscents. Whether you create your own candle, soap, or cosmetic recipes or use one of our formulations, we would love to hear about your handmade projects. We hope to hear from you soon!

Natures Garden sells our grapeseed oil for external use only. We do not sell it as a food item. While we talk about both external and internal benefits, the information we provide is for educational purposes only. This information is not intended to diagnose, cure, treat, or prevent any disease. This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. Natures Garden accepts no responsibility (written or implied) for any products you make. All testing is the responsibility of the customer.