Carrot seed essential oil has incredible benefits for nourishing and healing the skin. It is also good as a liver supporter; a healthy liver supports healthy skin. Carrot seed essential oil has an earthy and deep aroma. The deep, orange color of carrot seed oil is from it being rich in beta-carotene. Carrot seed oil blends well with geranium and cedarwood essential oils for skin care. Lemon, orange, grapefruit, mandarin and lime blend well with carrot seed oil for detoxing and supporting the liver. The country of origin for our carrot seed oil is France and is unsprayed.
5 Benefits of Carrot Oil Include
1. Being a fantastic oil for detox
2. Invigorates skin complexion
3. Great for tired skin due to stress and the environment
4. Works exceptionally well at nourishing dry, aging skin
5. Supports the liver
Detoxifying Bath Blend
4 drops Carrot Seed Essential Oil
4 drops Lemon Essential Oil
2 drops Lemon Verbena Essential Oil
1 ounce (2T) Jojoba Oil
Add essential oil drops to jojoba oil. Cap and shake. Add to a warm bath or rub on lower tummy and back.
Other Ways to Receive Carrot Oil Benefits
- Add 3-4 drops to a bath to support a healthy liver
- Add 5-6 drops to 1 ounce of unscented face cream and use daily to support youthful skin
What are some of the ways you use carrot seed essential oil? What are your favorite carrot seed oil benefits?
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Carrot Seed Essential Oil Safety Considerations
Not recommended during pregnancy. As with all essential oils, do not use on skin undiluted.
Essential oils should never be used undiluted on children’s skin. Do not use essential oils topically at all with children under the age of 2. Animals are sensitive to essential oils, especially cats and smaller furry friends. Never put essential oils on cats or other small pets fur. When using essential oils with dogs or other animals consult a holistic vet for advice on how to use them safely.
This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. It is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease. All information is for educational purposes only.