6 Best Carrier Oils & Its Benefits For Your Skin At Home

A Carrier oil is an oil that is made from plants. The safest and effective form of a carrier oil are the ones farmed organically and pesticide free.


Carrier oils are used to dilute or thin out essential oil before applying them to your skin. Because essential oils can be harmful and can cause an allergic reaction, carrier oils are the base that carries the essential oil in order to apply them safely to your skin.


Most carrier oils are unscented or very lightly scented so that it will not interfere with the essential oil scent or its therapeutic properties.


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Choosing the right carrier oil depends on the underlying benefits that you want the carrier oil to perform. Keep in mind that scented carrier oils can slightly alter the essential oil aroma when blended together.


Some carrier oils absorb faster within your skin depending on your skin type. As a reminder, some people may have allergies to certain oils such as almond oil if you’re allergic to peanut products. While other carrier oil aids in skin reddening or acne. And lastly, think about how long this oil can be stored on your shelf life before going bad.


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Below you will find the 6 Best Carrier Oils & Its Benefits For Your Skin At Home.

1. Jojoba oil (Simmondsia chinensis) is not technically an oil but rather the waxy moisturizing substance of the jojoba plant. Aroma & Roses Candle Co. uses jojoba as its carrier oil because it mimics sebum, our skin’s natural oil. You can shop our luxury aromatherapy massage oils here.

    Carrier oil skin benefits:

    • It is absorbed easily
    • Doesn’t clog pores
    • Good for acne or oily prone skin
    • Perfect for massage oils, facial moisturizers, and bath oils


    2. Coconut oil (Cocus nucifera) is made from you guessed it, from the inner layers of mature coconuts and not from the shell.

      Carrier oil skin benefits:

      • Refined coconut comes from the dried inner layer or copra and it bleached to remove the coconut scent and it is not recommended for carrier oil use.
      • Unrefined coconut comes from the fresh inner layer and it has the coconut scent and properties.
      • It does leave a thin layer on the skin
      • Perfect for hair, skin, and lips


      3. Rose hip oil (Rosa mosqueta) are extracted from the dried petals that the flowers leave behind. Although it may look like a rose it has a rather earthy or nutty scent.

        Carrier oil skin benefits:

        • High concentrations of vitamin A which helps in fighting aging
        • High concentrations of vitamin C which aids in reversing the effect of sun on your skin
        • Ideal for dry skin, massage oils, and moisturizers


        4. Argan oil (Argania spinosa) is a plant native to Morocco. The fruit produces a kernel which is the extracted and the oil is made.

          Carrier oil skin benefits:

          • Great for dry skin, hair, wrinkles, and skin inflammation
          • Good for massage oil
          • Rich in vitamin A and E


          5. Grapeseed oil (Vitus vinifera) is made from grape seed as the byproduct of wine making. It’s rich in vitamin E which assists in skin healing and wrinkle reducer.

            Carrier oil skin benefits:

            • It’s light weight
            • Easily absorbed through the skin
            • Neutral scent (or no scent)
            • Good for body oils and massage oils


            6. Almond oil (Prunus dulcis) like many oils, the almond oil is made from the kernels of almonds. Although, it has a strong nutty aroma, aromatherapists use it in their practice.

              Carrier oil skin benefits:

              • Ideal for massage oils, bath oils, and soaps
              • Perfect for skin care but be careful if you’re allergic to peanut products
              • Treats dry skin and reduces the appearances of scars, puffiness and eye circles
              • Improves acne and skin complexion


              lemon essential oil in an amber bottle and lemons


              These are some of the many carrier oils used in aromatherapy but these, however, are the most popular and the most effective in giving its users the best outcome for their skin type and needs.

              Before using any carrier oil please perform a patch test. Place a small amount of the carrier oil you would like to use on the inside of your wrist and cover with a bandage and check after 24 hours. If there's swelling, irritation, or discoloration, rinse thoroughly and avoid use. If irritation does not subside then contact your medical doctor for further treatment.

              I hope you enjoyed reading 6 Best Carrier Oils & Its Benefits For Your Skin At Home and learned more about what are carrier oils, the benefits of the best carrier oils, and which carrier oil best works well for your skin type.

              Leave me a comment and let's talk about other carrier oils not mentioned on this list.


              Choosing organic, pesticide-free carrier oils not only ensures safety but also enhances the benefits of essential oils for your skin’s health and well-being.
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              This article is a valuable tool for those seeking effective and natural ways to care for their skin. Thank you for helping us make informed choices for our skin.


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