After reading about this all-round semi-soft light yellow oil, it sounds like the perfect beauty product. As I read more about this oil, the more I am starting to like it. Babassu tends to be harvested in Brazil and comes from the Babassu palm tree. The oil is cold pressed, and is extracted from the seeds of the fruit.
As I started reading about Arnica Oil I soon realised how powerful carrier oils are. Not only to heal but also the side effects they have if used incorrectly. So I am pleased I am taking the time to research and share some of my findings with you.
I have decided to look at carrier oils. This is a progression from sharing with you my personal battle with Eczema. Also because our customers ask about these wonderful oils as they grow in popularity. We have also found people’s interest in carrier oils, including mine is continually growing. Remember education and learning is all around us, it’s never ending.
In my last blog I wrote I was going to increase my knowledge and understanding on the use of carrier oils. I can not believe how many there are, not only what Akoma currently supplies but also so readily available in shops and online. I felt it was important to dig deeper to find out what carrier oils are before I started the journey of learning about individual oils.
Lip gloss recipe
226g Sunflower Seed Oil
57 g Hemp seed Oil
28g Avocado Oil
28g Jojoba Oil
2 Tbsp Vitamin E Oil
28g Cocoa Butter
28g Avocado Butter
28g Mango Butter Instructions: Add all the ingredients to a double boiler and let them melt. Pour into a jar. When ready to use, heat gently for about 10 minutes in a bowl of boiling water until liquid and warm, but not hot. Apply liberally to hair and scalp, let soak for 15-20 minutes, then shampoo out. A second shampooing may be required. Apply treatment once a week and enjoy the luxurious results