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Carrier Oils are Beneficial - CW Apothecary

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Carrier Oils are Beneficial - CW Apothecary

Carrier Oils are Beneficial By CW Apothecary

Carrier oils contain a range of beneficial components including vitamins, minerals, nutrients, antioxidants and other fat-soluble vitamins. They can be used for a variety of different reasons and can
help with hydration, collagen production, skin tone, soothing irritated skin and repairing sun damage. Carrier Oils are most often used in formulating Soap, Body Butters, Shampoo Bars, Conditioner
Bars, deodorant and many others in the bath and body products. The type of carrier oil you choose will depend on what your desired outcome is.


 Knowing which carrier oil to use for your skin type can be a daunting prospect. That’s why Clearwater Apothecary have done the hard work for you. They’ve completed an extensive review of many of the most common carrier oils and how they can benefit your skin. This information is available on the website at


Carrier oils are one of the main ingredients used in facial cleansers, exfoliators, balms, lotions, serums and face oils. When you use the right carrier oil for your particular skin tone you can expect to
see amazing results.


Commonly used carrier oils include coconut oil, jojoba oil, sweet almond oil, and hemp seed oil. Each oil has different benefits for your skin so it’s important to do your research before you start
using a new oil. For example Coconut oil is great for stimulating collagen production and healing wounds whilst Jojoba oil can help to balance out excessive oil production, giving you a more even
skin tone.

 Jojoba Oil

Jojoba Oil - is 100% pure and is derived from the seed of the jojoba shrub. Jojoba oil is one of the most popular cosmetic oils. With a high stability and versatility it is ideal for all hair and shin types. Jojoba oil has many nutritional compounds, fatty acids, and fatty alcohols. Jojoba oil is one of the more stable oils and is known to be a good lubricant with excellent moisturizing ability. Use as a deep conditioning treatment for your hair, and apply to damp skin after shower to hydrate and seal in moisture. 


Almond Oil - Sweet

Sweet Almond Oil - is 100% pure and non-GMO with many benefits.  It is rich in monounsaturated oleic acid, linoleic acid, and saturated fatty acid. It is a natural oil that’s perfect for nourishing and reviving any skin type, hair and scalp. Almond Oil - Sweet promotes healthy looking shin, easily absorbed, will not clog your pores. Ideal for use on your entire body, and can be used as a massage oil.  Almond Oil - Sweet is one of the most common ingredients used in hair treatments, massaging it into the scalp is an excellent way to stimulate the follicles.


Hemp Seed Oil - Virgin

Hemp Seed Oil Virgin - is 100% pure face and body oil. Great for all skin types, especially sensitive skin.  Hemp Seed Oil offers one of the highest contents of omega 3-6-9 fatty acids for skin nourishment.  Apply to your hair for softness & shine, or use as a massage or aromatherapy oil. Moisturizes your whole body, its a hair and scalp conditioner, a massage oil, and works well with aromatherapy traetments.


Always make sure you look and find oils that are high in oleic. “Oils that have a high oleic content absorb faster into your skin which means your skin won’t feel oily after you apply it.” Jojoba Oil is one that is know for this exact thing.


As well as choosing the right oil for your skin it’s also important to buy quality oils. Always try to buy carrier oils that are unbleached, unrefined and unfiltered as these types of oils retain more of
their nutrients from the original source such as the seed or nut. When used correctly, carrier oils can be a great addition to your daily skincare routine.

Notes To Editors:

About Clearwater Apothecary (

CW Apothecary quickly realized the industry needed a great source for all natural hand made products, both finished and bulk for the consumer on a wholesale and retail level so hard to find items were available to everyone.

Robert Ashby

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