A selection of carrier oils

Carrier oils all belong to a large group of oils called lipid oils, this includes the butters and highly pigmented, anti-oxidant rich high value oils. 

And while technically both these could be called carrier oils, the term Lipid Oil is more accurate. But there are many many lipid oils that do make very good carrier oils, and are used to quite literally carry other ingredients in a recipe or blend. 

In this short video, I talk about the properties that make for a good carrier oil.

What carrier oils are you working with? Leave a comment below and share your favorites.

  • Thank you Susan!!! I just purchased peach kernal oil and am happy to find that it makes a great carrier…lovely skin feel too!

  • Sue, once again, I’ve learned a lot. I would LOVE to try peach kernel oil. I love peaches and the rose family, so I’m sure this would be pleasing to me. Thank you for this video! God bless.

  • Thank you so much. I have so much to learn. Should have started when I was young and could remember what I was trying to learn.

  • I love all of your educational videos Susan. I am addicted to them. Whenever I have a moment I try and find a new one. I always learn something and it is so helpful for my product line. Thank you. 🙏🏻

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